5 Great Words To Describe My Mood & Now I'm Going To Use Them In a Sentence

1.without interest, vigor, or determination; listless; lethargic.
2.lazy; slothful, idle, indolent: a lackadaisical fellow.

I am feeling utterly lackadaisical, I think I need to go back on the meds.

1. a hater of humankind.
2. one who distrusts mankind.

John Edward's recent dalliances have pushed me that much closer to misanthropy.

1.a state of inactivity or stagnation, as in business or art.
2.a belt of calms and light baffling winds north of the equator between the northern and southern trade winds in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
3.the weather prevailing in this area.
4.a dull, listless, depressed mood; low spirits.

Walking around like a ghost, I find myself caught in the doldrums again.

1.given to the use of vulgar, coarse, or abusive language; foul-mouthed.
2.expressed in vulgar, coarse, and abusive language.

My mood has left me with nothing but scurrilous invectives to throw in your direction.

1.a feeling facetious merriment
2.fun characterized by humor
3.activity characterized by good humor

This beeotch could use a little jocularity por fa vour.

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Bimbo Baggins said... August 13, 2008 at 2:01 PM  

LOL. This post made my brain hurt.

Floaterie said... August 13, 2008 at 2:58 PM  

oohh....perhaps you should throw your red MJ's on and no pants just to see who can strut it better.

And I am usually feeling discombobulated.

it's also my favorite word 'cuz it just SOUNDS like it's meaning.

hang in there sistah.

Anonymous said... August 13, 2008 at 6:11 PM  

Dude. I'm a single mother with two small children, one of whom is severely disabled. My scum sucking ex-husband lost his job and hasn't paid child support since December. My phone is being shut off on the 19th and my car is 13 years old and I found it's first rust patch today. If you find shit to be happy about, please let me know. Lurvs you gal, hope you're feeling happy soon.

Anonymous said... August 14, 2008 at 12:17 AM  

But can you use all of them in one sentence?

How about:

While I was resting lackadaisically in the doldrums, scurrilous rumours of a sexually deviant misanthrope in the neighborhood stripped me of any remaining jocularity.

Huh? Huh?

Love Bites said... August 14, 2008 at 7:59 AM  

A recent reviewee on ask is puerile. Come play.

formerly fun said... August 14, 2008 at 8:04 AM  

dph- You can use a couple of those on Keywork, never stop being scurrilous to me dawg.

2 v- That's what I need, heels and no pants, at least it'll cheer someone(my husband) up.

momo2- see my problem is i have too much time to think about things, I have all those basic and not so basic needs met, so my brain moves on to the next 'issue'. I can't imagine adding a crummy no paying papa and real financial woes to the mix. I was just in a wah, blah, meh mood, but as long as you lurvs me, well we can all realte right?

freemnan- oh, your such a showoff, that was good, if my husband and I ever come to Australia, and you have us over to play Balderdash or group scrabble or something, you're on my team, Smarty McSmarterson.

Rachel said... August 14, 2008 at 8:35 AM  

i'm feeling quite a few of these myself. definitely misanthropy.

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