The tendency to wax hyperbolic seems to be hard-wired into our brains. Electronic communications also encourage this leaning towards excessive emphasis. We really don’t want our online audience to be in any doubt *whatsoever* [see what I did there?] as to the meaning and tone of what we are writing, so we add emoticons, bung […]
'Slobber' is likely from the Dutch 'slobberen', which means 'walk through mud' and 'feed noisily'.
Word of the Day: coxcomb - a vain and conceited man; a dandy... oxford.ly/1ESOda0
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