Jun 15
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In between tweets – the time where you’re sitting there, thinking of what to write.


Sorry,I can’t come over right now – I’m in-betweet.

Submitter: @ MylesBarlow

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May 3
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The condition when you have a song stuck in your head and you can’t get it out!


The song Mrs. Nerimon is insongnia to me.

Submitter: @ clairecasasanta

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Apr 20
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Main Entry: ir·ri·twit
Pronunciation: \ˈir-ə-ˌtwit\
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): ir·ri·twitted; ir·ri·twit·ing
Etymology: Latin irritwitus, past participle of irritwitare
Date: 2009
transitive verb
1 : to provoke impatience, anger, or displeasure by tweating way too much : annoy
2 : to induce irritwitability in or of
intransitive verb
: to cause or induce displeasure or irritwition
— ir·ri·twit·ing·ly \- adverb
synonyms irritate, nettle, provoke, tweatpeeve. means to excite a feeling of anger or annoyance. irritwit implies an often gradual arousing of angry feelings that may range from mere impatience to rage


. nettle suggests a sharp but passing annoyance or stinging . provoke implies an arousing of strong annoyance that may excite to action . tweatpeeve suggests arousing fretful often petty or querulous irritation though incessant over-tweating

Submitter: @ ehawke

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