Sreejita D.
Subscriber since: May 2014
Location: India
About Me
This must be the hardest question on the form that you have presented in front of me. If I were to begin with the technical details,I'd say I am an eleventh grade student with a love for words and books and all things that can be expressed in alphabets. I am an avid reader and nothing gives me more joy than bombarding people with meaningful and witty and ostensibly formidable words that they might not know of. I am moderately good in academics but I don't settle for moderate things so I guess I am going to start doing substantial things like learning words,something I actually like,and something which I can use as a shield to cover my wild urge of using ripostes. I am also a music enthusiast and I love travelling and observing. I am an introvert and slightly very deep into being a taciturn. However,I'm sure that with the right company and a sizable amount of alcohol,I can be pretty verbal. That,was a joke,by the way. I hope to help the people in this world someday,substantially,always
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Favorite Word:

A sudden realisation,is what it means. When I first learnt this word,I was in seventh grade and we were being taught Macbeth. This word seems so misleading because a person not knowing the meaning will never guess. However,once one does get to know,it slips and glides over our mouth like it is the easiest thing to utter. Smooth and delicious,as if it was crafted for being said aloud and savored. Saying one had an epiphany is so much better than saying one suddenly realized something.Remarkable.
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Least Favorite Word:

That should be my least favourite word of all time because it is so dispensable.We use this word when we lack the knowledge of another more dignified and appropriate term.My 'bad',my 'bad' luck. It might be one of the most widely spoken words but it doesn't convey anything.Bad can be anything.However,you know what one means be 'devastating' or 'terrible' or 'atrocious' and so on.'Bad' doesn't tell us the degree of negativity.A murder can be called 'bad',so can a eavesdropper. Not the same.
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