To quote Shakespeare’s Hamlet: “Words, words, words.”
That’s right, the greatest writer of all time at one point just kinda gave up and started listing the word “word” a bunch of times, and there are probably several thousand theatre and literature students who have written entire dissertations on it at this point.
But we can’t all be genius wordsmiths like The Bard. Some of us have to struggle to find the...yanno, thingy. The mouth noise. For saying.
Look at these post whatevers, you’ll see what I mean.
10. Give me some space
I’m sorry but this is far more valuable than a legit shirt in my opinion.
i’m still mad about the alien shirt wish sent me pic.twitter.com/Up7on2XPlJ
— ジンサク??☄️???? (@Jinsakuu) April 7, 2020
9. Niece or Nauce
If there were any justice in the English language you’d be spot on.
is it a niece or a nauce? ❤️ (i forgot the word for boy niece)
— dashcon ballpit (@newyawnsday) July 5, 2020
8. Shiny crumb
Isn’t that that Jabba the Hutt’s little pet muppet?
Hello my name is Paul, I have a PhD in physics and thanks to a random brain freeze forgot the word for photon so had to call it a “shiny crumb” in front of my colleagues ?
— Paul Coxon (@paulcoxon) February 18, 2019
7. Vroom vroom juice
Both entirely too adorable.
Husband is Colombian and he forgot the word for gas, so he told me to fill up his car with vroom vroom juice
— Baba Issues ?? (@QueerPalestine) March 8, 2020
6. Arm hinge
Hey, man, whatever works.
I just forgot the word elbow for about 5 minutes. The best I could come up with was 'arm hinge'
— Phil Lester (@AmazingPhil) April 9, 2017
5. The personal touch
Well, I now know what I’m gifting everyone forever.
My roommate got super stoned a couple weeks back and found out you can order a personalized big toblerone. He immediately forgot about it until it showed up last night pic.twitter.com/7NFydTqRQk
— Zootopia Parkway (@gordihyena) September 14, 2019
I think it’s fine if we just leave that one forgotten.
I forgot the word “handshake” so I just said pre-covid salutation
— Doug Bies (@dougbies) July 6, 2020
3. Oh the humanity!
Well they’re not wrong.
can’t stop thinking about when the italian exchange student forgot the word for “carousel” and called it a “horse tornado”
— isabel (@spoookybabe) July 6, 2020
2. Water hungry
And not a drop to drink.
1. Getting all revved up
Kids these days got their minds so far in the gutter they don’t even know what to make of a pumpkin.
If you forget a word sometime soon, no worries. It happens to all of us. And it’s hilarious.
Do you have an example of this to share?
Stick it in the comment…area. Yanno, with the eyes. That we look. For letter parsing.