Your three words, my little story
Nora’s words: opsimath, hypermnesia & malapropism (true story)
Four good friends wanted to quit smoking, so they decided to try hypnosis. Jim and Raymond haven’t smoked since, but Bruce and Christina smoked before they got to their cars.
When Jim quit, he gained interest in other areas. He became an OPSIMATH person. However, he wouldn’t have known what that meant, except when he got hypnotized he got HYPERMNESIA. Hypermnesia is the opposite of amnesia, which means he remembers things he normally wouldn’t.
He majored in English and learned enough to get by but, he still had problems with MALAPROPISM. Sometimes he used a word, that sounded correct for the sentence, but wasn’t close. He needs to learn a lot more but, as of yet, he hasn’t given up.
5 thoughts on “Your three words, my little story: Nora’s words (true story)”
Well, Nora I had to google them to see what they meant.
That is awesome. I must confess those three words were found by googling.
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Thank you so much for the vote of confidence. Please leave me three unrelated words and I’ll write a short story useing them.
I love this idea for a blog! I think it’s great how you challenge yourself to write a little bit about everything. I’m sure it keeps your readers on their toes! I’m looking forward to reading more. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog!