Things there should be words for

The feeling when you look up a medical condition on the internet and realize you don't have it.

Rich Hall did this in the 90s with Snigglets. The word for yours could be hypertextchondria? Hmm that's lame

Listening to a newly discovered song, that you really like, on repeat for hours. For days. Then a week later becoming totally blaise about it.

When you want to scream but you are not in a screaming appropriate environment: Scream-challenged? Screamdicapped?

Our current political climate: EnTrumpy?

maverickz wrote:

Listening to a newly discovered song, that you really like, on repeat for hours. For days. Then a week later becoming totally blaise about it.

In the same vein as semantic satiation, I vote we call this one melodic satiation.

fangblackbone wrote:

When you want to scream but you are not in a screaming appropriate environment: Scream-challenged? Screamdicapped?

Our current political climate: EnTrumpy?

Screamuted? Scream'nt?

muttonchop wrote:
maverickz wrote:

Listening to a newly discovered song, that you really like, on repeat for hours. For days. Then a week later becoming totally blaise about it.

In the same vein as semantic satiation, I vote we call this one melodic satiation.

fangblackbone wrote:

When you want to scream but you are not in a screaming appropriate environment: Scream-challenged? Screamdicapped?

Our current political climate: EnTrumpy?

Screamuted? Scream'nt?

What was that thing that fell out of Chekov's ear in The Wrath of Khan? The anti-ear worm or whatever.

Jonman wrote:

The feeling when you look up a medical condition on the internet and realize you don't have it.

WebMDemendation

maverickz wrote:

Listening to a newly discovered song, that you really like, on repeat for hours. For days. Then a week later becoming totally blaise about it.

Soneverated

fangblackbone wrote:

When you want to scream but you are not in a screaming appropriate environment: Scream-challenged? Screamdicapped?

Screamhibited

Jonman wrote:

The feeling when you look up a medical condition on the internet and realize you don't have it.

Relief?

Turns out I don't actually have Syphilis; that's a relief!

Stevintendo wrote:
Jonman wrote:

The feeling when you look up a medical condition on the internet and realize you don't have it.

Relief?

That's what I was thinking. Then I started wondering if there's a word for finding out there's already a word for something you think there should be a word for. It took me a minute to realize it's "learning".

Concave wrote:

The meaning of Liff

To be honest, I bathel more often than I care to admit. Great website.