The foam on beer
The indent on the bottom of a wine bottle
The armhole in clothing.
A stomach rumble.
Obsessive nose picking
The smell after rain.
The small triangular bump on the inside corner of your eye.
The feeling of being outside on a cold day but feeling the warmth of the sun.
The feeling of.. um… incomplete defecation.
A string of typographical symbols that is used to indicate profanity.
A dangly piece of curly hair.
A design feature copied from a similar artifact in another item, even when not necessary. For example, copper color on pennies, the shutter sound on a digital camera, or the notepad paper design on your iPhone.
That pins and needles feeling you get when a body part falls asleep.
The side opposite the hammer’s hitting side.
The strip separating window panes.
That feeling when you say a word too many times and it loses it’s meaning.
The area that’s hard to reach between your shoulder blades.
The rustling swooshy sound that ball gowns make.
A compulsive book thief or hoarder.
When you’re playing chess and every possible move is to your disadvantage.
A path created naturally because it’s “the shortest or easiest” way.
A word that reads one way forward and another way backward. For example, “desserts,” “diaper” and “parts.”
(It’s literally “palindromes” backwards.)
The difficulty of getting out of bed in the morning.