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People Are Trying To Name Literally Anything… (22 pics)

Posted in Random » Interesting   5 Apr 2018   / 3390 views

Defenestrate

Defenestrate is the insane act of throwing someone or something through a glass window.

Desire Path

A path created naturally by people walking over grass because it was a more desirable and faster option.

Glabella

The glabella is that soft patch of skin between your two eyebrows.

Punt

The Punt is the underside of a bottle of wine. More specifically, it is the little indentations found on the underside of a bottle of wine.

Purlicue

You know that soft, webbing of skin between your thumb and forefinger? That is your purlicue.

Chanking

Chanking is food that has been chewed on but spat back out.

Rasceta

The lines on the inside of your wrist are known as ‘rasceta.’

Philtrum

That strange little divot that runs between the underside of your nose and your top lip is your philtrum, and even dogs have it.

Lunule

The lunule is the small, white, crescent tips of your fingernails.

Lemniscate

The infinity loop.

Peen

The other end of a hammer head.

Kummerspeck

Translated literally, kummerspeck means: grief bacon. It is the weight that you gain from emotionally overeating.

Griffonage

Griffonage is the particularly terrible handwriting that someone scribbles onto a page.

Armscye

The arm hole found in shirts, sweaters, and jackets.

Tittle

A tittle is the tiny little dot that can be found perched atop a lowercase “i” or “j.”

Feat

A feat is that tiny little hair or cluster of hairs that gently dangles over the forehead.

Columella nasi

That space between your two nostrils.

Dingbats, Grawlix, Profanitype

The symbols used in to replace swear words.

Box Tent

That little table found in the middle of your pizza.

Ferrule

A ferrule is the little piece of metal that connects the pencil and the eraser. Remember chewing on these things as kids?

Nurdle

The fresh line of toothpaste that you put onto the bristles of your toothbrush is known as the nurdle.

Zarf

You know that cardboard sleeve you get for your coffee to go? It’s known as a zarf. You can also just call it a sleeve…








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