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Fun, new words: Nontent

Don’t you love it when people make up clever new words to describe new things?

I’m a word nerd who loves the creativity of people who make up new words.

word nerd CU

It’s even better when the new words are memorable because they build on and vary existing words.

Such a word I enjoyed today in an article was: nontent – content that really is not content with any value.

Nontent

Anyway, there’s a link at the end of this post to the NONTENT article where the author gives proper credit to his friend who coined the expression.

I’m lucky to have lots of smart and creative friends who either make up or use new, fresh, and fun words.

I find new and fresh words often attract my attention and encourage me to want to read an article.

What do you think of new words? Please share in the comments section below. Are there are new words you thing are very clever to describe new things – like
indisTWEET

over-sharenting – and eeewww-vertising and though hardly a new phenomenon absenteenism (when your teenager is never at home)

Here’s the link:

Stop the Nontent

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One comment on “Fun, new words: Nontent

  1. efangelist
    January 12, 2016

    Reblogged this on efangelist.

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