wrongplianceBy: Coleman Falcon
"He acted out of wrongpliance, like getting on a bus mistakenly hailed or not asking again for that nice guys name again but taking him home regardless. Behaviour like that sprung form Berties personal misalliance of bravery and shame."
compliance to wrongness
Man, I got totally bus-trapped on the 596!
I thought it was going to be really awful but it was just a procrasti-not-so-bad.
post-procrastinatory chagrinBy: pentatonic
I felt a bit of post-procrastinatory chagrin when I realized the task wasn't so difficult after all.
20/20 sweat-regretBy: readmush
"Don't 20/20 sweat-regret calling the plumber. It's not so bad."
"20/20" is already used to mean past insight. Procrastinating can cause stress which causes sweat, which is regretful if it was avoidable.
I was telling everyone about the hilarious time a shark ate my wife but i was completely story-bombed when no-one laughed.
¨You had to be there¨ NovelBy: lmaokk
And she... ohh haha... hah, you had to be there.
Because when you realize this error, you just excuse it with ¨Oh you had to be there¨
you have to have it to understand it
cibus/food pressureBy: geekydotblue
(Use cibus in formal/semi-formal environments or when you want to seem serious.)
Cibus (meaning 'food' in Latin) pressure is the general phrase for describing when someone gets or offers to get food, yet you don't want to eat the food, but still eat it anyway. This may be caused by fear of rejection, and the potential loss of job.