We don’t hate people. We hate our responses to people. This is one of the rather seemingly unrelated conclusions bred as a result of the various counterparts of communication. Allow me to explain. All social interactions can be broken down into a series of communicative exchanges. Recall in “Side Affects of a Logolepsy Infliction” that … Continue reading Humans hate themselves, not others.
Erinaceous – (adj.) of, pertaining to, or resembling a hedgehog. Indeed. Scribed ever so eloquently on page 371 in the fifth volume of the Oxford English Dictionary is a word you never knew existed. In fact, there are probably hundreds of words that you never knew existed, all of which lie between the folds of … Continue reading Side Affects of a Logolepsy Infliction