Giraffe G.
Subscriber since: December 2012
Location: United States
About Me
I have a genuine love for computer programming and engineering. I strive to do my best in everything that interests me. I love learning new words and expanding my mediocre vocabulary. As you can see, I am trying very hard to incorporate the words that I have learned into my writing.

Overall, I love to learn as much as I can about almost every subject and I believe in living your life to the fullest. If you are visiting my profile, I would like to greet you with a warm welcome and a "thank you" for being a vocabulary enthusiast, young scholar, or someone like me who wants to learn as much as they can. Actually, I am considered a young scholar as well however labels are unnecessary and misleading because we all have one thing in common. We are all enriching our vocabularies one way or another. With that, I say cheerio and good day.

I hope that wasn't too boring. Sometimes I can just ramble on and on about things that cause disinterest in the most fascinating of subjects.
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Favorite Word:

legerdemain
I love how "Legerdemain" sounds and I like how descriptive it is when going into the little tiny details from describing a wizard to a magician. I also love the word nostalgia because it reminds me of bittersweet longing for a time that is past and an ambivalent wish to relive that time yet also to move forward to a more spontaneous and serendipitous future.
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Least Favorite Word:

impossible
Impossible is such a bland, boring word that literally means that something cannot happen. When we are so unsure about so many things about our world from whether other life-forms in space exist to exploring our own oceans, why assume that something isn't there just because we don't see it right there at that moment. Don't be so close minded.
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Favorite Quote:

""You've nothing to fear except for fear, itself.""
- Theodore Roosevelt

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