10 Brand New Health Words You'll Be Hearing in 2015
You know when you first heard the word â€œhangry" and you thought, â€œYES! Finally, a way to express this grumpy-starving feeling I have while I torturously wait for my takeout that was supposed to arrive 30 minutes ago!â€ Well, the new book, That Should Be A Word by Lizzie Skurnick ($10, Workman,Â amazon.com) gives you even more words toÂ helpÂ further define your every day life.
Check out these termsÂ from the book that just might be worth adding to your lexicon.
A dish thatâ€™s more trouble to cook than itâ€™s worth.
â€œWatching the Eastern European tea cakes sheâ€™d spent weeks to shop and prepare correctly be gobbled in five minutes by her book group, Beverly decided to avoid stressipies from now on.â€
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Mess up by trying to do too many things at once.
â€œPierreâ€™s disastrous trip to the deck with a six-pack, two pizzas, the iPad, and their toddler was one of his wifeâ€™s favorite tales of his faultitasking.â€
Feeling occasioned by biting into a foodstuff you thought was another flavor.
â€œHaving suffered bitrayal of raisin for chocolate-chip once too often, Jennifer sniffed all cookies prepurchase.â€
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Cries over good fortune.
â€œTerry was an every-ready sobtimist, crying at everything from winning the lottery to his granddaughter baking him cookies as a surprise.â€
One who expresses hipsterness through drinks.
â€œThor was an inveterate sipster: You could find him waiting in 10-minute lines for hand-poured coffee as if he were picking up a Big Gulp at 7-Eleven.
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Joy of doing nothing.
â€œGeorge replaced the severe Eames chair in his summer house with a Barcalounger to attain maximum pleisure.â€
Feeling oneâ€™s self shrinking immediately upon joining a gym or purchasing local foods.
â€œAs Serge considered asking the trim thirty-something b-ballers at the park if he could play, he felt himself regaining his pre-middle-aged musculature through a kind of slimbiosis.â€
One imprisoned by inability to say no.
â€œDiana might be such a canvict she was booked every weekend for the next two months, but Artemis had no trouble blithely blowing off whatever inane commitment her wife had agreed to."
â€œIf she kept bitemizing his every breakfast, Robert decided he was going to add prune juice to her coffee and see how she liked that.â€
â€œMarta hated her grinkles until her granddaughter put her chubby hand on them and said she loved them best.â€
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