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Wordplay and fun
Jump to new posts Re: lull-aby, aftr a [grizzly] fashion by wofahulicodoc @ 32 minutes 5 seconds ago

LEITMOTIF or LEITMOTIV PRONUNCIATION: (LYT-mo-teef) MEANING: noun: A recurrent theme in a piece of music or literature, situation, etc. ETYMOLOGY: From German Leitmotiv (lead motif), from leit- (leading) + Motiv (motive). Ultimately from the
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Jump to new posts Is there a word for this? by Storymom @ Yesterday at 10:53 PM

I feel like there is one...just can't get my tongue around it. Is there a word for being impressed with something but at the same time feeling pained/finding it a pain in the butt by that same thing? I was feeling this in line at Disneyland thinking
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