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Neologism

Posted on: January 14, 2017

neologism
nee-AH-luh-jiz-um | noun

1 : a new word, usage, or expression
2 : (psychology) a new word that is coined especially by a person affected with schizophrenia and is meaningless except to the coiner

Trump’s neologisms are inane and ludicrous and demonstrate what kind of half-witted buffoon he really is. I don’t know if he’s schizophrenic but he’s definitely a narcissistic blowhard who lacks all empathy and maybe, if he’s lucky, has one or two barely functioning brain cells left in his head.

Switching directions, this image is very lovely, and unlike other photos on 500px that come up when you search for ‘neologism’, this one makes sense if you read the description.

© emdc; please click for original image
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