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15 Nov 2017


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batam-eters v; to be-cum-quam(in with a certain way, especially a balanced degree)  staying young(bata) by way of natural, medicinal, activities proven to rejuvenate, usually things that some still consider to be taboo improper, immoral, or evil  


batam-eter; a master at eating, drinking and leading a merrily wild, balanced cum-quam, healthy, lifestyle


batam-eter; one who shines, a youthful glow, energetic and extremely happy   




bata’ (young,youthful) ‘m’(medicinal, i.e master-bater, mouth/muff-kissing, meditate, massage, medicate, medical marijuana, magical mushrooms






bata; young, sweetheart, to persevere; to endure, to bear


to grow young again; to be rejuvenated




Borrowed from Old French baer (“to open the mouth”); compare French bayer.


ba (third-person singular simple present bas, present participle baing, simple past and past participle baed)


  1. (transitive, obsolete) To kiss


ba (plural bas)


  1. In ancient Egyptian mythology, a being's soul or personality, represented as a bird-headed figure, which survives after death but must be sustained with offerings of food






  1. (Fante) come


Haitian Creole




  1. give




to be (doing something)






  1. to be
  2. to become






ba-dum ching


Imitating a drum roll and cymbal crash played as a comic sting.


(humorous) Used to underscore or acknowledge a joke; the noise that you make after someone tells a joke, can be done orally or by a drum kit.






Suffix appended to words to create a kinship term





ba-dongadong; slang, penis and breast


ba da bing, ba da boom




An exclamation describing something that happens quickly and easily : went in to get a tattoo—ba da bing, ba da boom




From Thai ????? (yaa-bâa, “madness drug”).


ya ba


  1. (rare, chiefly Asia) A tablet containing a mix of methamphetamine and caffeine, popular among drug users in Thailand.


Crimean Tatar




1.    teeming, full


From Old English t?man, whence also team.


teem (third-person singular simple present teems, present participle teeming, simple past and past participle teemed)


  1. To be stocked to overflowing.
    • Sir Walter Scott


his mind teeming with schemes of future deceit to cover former villainy


  1. To be prolific; to abound.


Risk is everywhere. From tabloid headlines insisting that coffee causes cancer (yesterday, of course, it cured it) to stern government warnings about alcohol and driving, the world is teeming with goblins.


  1. To bring forth young, as an animal; to produce fruit, as a plant; to bear; to be pregnant; to conceive; to multiply


To think fit






From Proto-Indo-European *téh?m, accusative of *séh?, feminine of *só. Conf er with its masculine form Latin tum, as in cum-quam.




cum; with




  1. in what (which) way, to what (which) degree; how, how much, as much as, as far as


tam; pikul ----units of measure) A traditional South and East Asian unit of weight, based upon the load of a shoulder pole and varying by place and over time but usually standardized at about 60 kg.






root of eten 'to eat' + -er


eter; to eat


From Latin aeth?r (“the upper pure, bright air”), from Ancient Greek α?θ?ρ (aith?r, “upper air”), from α?θω (aíth?, “I burn, shine”).


Norwegian Bokmål


From Old Norse eta, from Proto-Germanic *etan?, from Proto-Indo-European *h?ed-.


ete (imperative et, present tense eter, passive etes, simple past åt, past participle ett, present participle etende)


  1. to eat




et; to set out for; to strive'


et; thirst




From Proto-Indo-European *éti. Cognate with Old English prefix ed- (“anew, again”). More at ed-.


et; beans, meat, and amperstand, the number ‘8’ Chinese lucky number





Hey whats that happy sexy couples secret, how do they keep looking so young!!

Theyre 'batam-eters', healthy balanced, thrill seekers, not filthy naysaying bottom feeders, theyre on a constant physical and spiritual adventure

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10 Nov 2017


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weett n;(we+ETT) we Equally Transmit Truth through new, witty words, ‘we eat’, ingested by people of all languages, sent through any transmission or publication e.g. ‘tweet’, emails etc, as an fyi notice or response to a tweet

weetties; ‘words of wisdom’ 'nourishment of knowledge

Etymology of ‘weet’

Representing a Middle English variant of wit(verb).

weet (present weet, present participle wetende, past wis, past participle geweet)

1.   to know

2.   be be aware of


West Frisian

weet; wheat



weet m (plural weten, diminutive weetje n)

1.   knowledge; science.

2.   (archaic) notice; advertisement.

weet; To know and be able to


1. Derivative of Dutch weet meaning "to know" or "knowledge"
2. Derivative of woot meaning something like "YES!"

German and Low German



idea; notion

inkling; suspicion










someone's tweet to a friend:

hey Trump just tweeted, "stay focused!", his shortest tweet ever!!

friend responds to the tweet with a "weett" (new word to eat):

stweet n; a short, sweet tweet

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09 Nov 2017


weat?(interogative) short for "what time, or when do we eat?"

Used by coal miners of West Virginia who don't have the time or luxury of saying, "what time do we eat?" Which is appropriately Trump Esq because time is money

In the White House

Paul Ryan: Yo Mr P, weat?

President Trump; weat after we seal the deal!!

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09 Nov 2017



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petit-feggor; AKA; ‘son of a Mitch’; a ‘midget sized’(denoting small body and brain) cheater with no credentials, one who pretends or professes to be an expert in a certain field such as IT, or mechanic in order to dupe someone out of money



petit-feggor; ‘little coward’; the worst, lowest kind of swindler; ‘constipated shyster’(full of crap shyster), one who acts as if they sincerely care, attempting to help, but ends up mitching you in the rear end  




petit; small




feg; coward




mitch; to steal, cheat, pilfer, to be truant(late)












Hey, what happened to that guy you paid to help you with your website?


Oh that guy, he ended up being a ‘petit-feggor’, the worst kind of criminal there is, I’d rather have a crook follow me to my car, bump me on my head, and take my money, its quicker, but a petit-feggor will lead you on for months wasting your time until you realized you’ve been mitched by a little coward who runs away every time…


Wasn’t his name actually ‘Mitch’?


Ya, and then I found out that his father’s name is also ‘Mitch’


So he was a real ‘son of a Mitch’, ya!!!??


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08 Nov 2017


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syphilisation; a new civilization of syphilis and other sexually transmitted diseases where the world is reaping what is sowed


Fact: reported cases have hit an all time high in 2015 according to a new report from the US center for disease control and prevention which tracks the 3 most common stds, chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis




syphilis use to be known as an ancient disease, most associated with the past and almost eliminated a decade ago but is now on the rise manly due to social media, apps, prostitution and less use of condoms




sation; to sow


sow; to plant, to spread, a contemptable bitch


o    reap; receive (a reward or benefit) as a consequence of one's own or other people's actions.




o    How to live in a syphilisation?




o    Watch the way you live your life because you reap what you sow.


Your actions all have consequences. Don't ever be fooled into thinking that your actions don't have consequences. Don't think you can get away with bad choices even if you don't seem to get caught


Sow a thought you reap an act. Sow an act, you reap a habit. Sow a habit, you reap a character. Sow a character, you reap a consequence. Urban Dictionary










Dude you should have worn a condom, are you on a suicide mission? Didn’t the prostitute demand that you wear one?


Nope! most  prostitutes just want the money, and since the client has the money they can’t demand it, what can I say, it’s the new ‘syphilisation”

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03 Nov 2017


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yujas v(pronounced as, 'yooj-ass', huge-ass) fueled by the power’ of ‘Uranus’, your ruling planet


yujas v; to laugh at someone’s not so funny folly, predicament or unfortunate situation


yujas; situation when being ‘in lust’(not love),  or ‘horny’ causes you to do something dumb; a small mistake spirals out of control, eventually putting you in a dire predicament with no way out, So you end up alone, home alone for the weekend, bored to tears with regret




(comparative jaser, superlative jasest)

(South Africa, vulgar, slang) Horny (desiring sexual activity).

jas; horny




Yo bro, Yujas!! Yujas, heehee!! How’s the home alone thing doin for ya? Did you learn something about your mistake?


 Ya, I learned that just because Uranus is powerful, doesn’t mean you have to be a, ‘huge ass’ too; it’s not funny bro, don’t laugh!!!

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03 Nov 2017


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foolzie n; a fool, fooled by a floozie

foolzie v; to finally be able to zie; see with the eyes closed; to sleep better because of seeing clearly that youve been played the fool by a floozie who will never change her way of life


dude are u serious? Dont be a foolzie

Ya, i know shes a floozie but i have faith in her anyway, everybody plays the foolzie sometimes, no exception to the rulezie


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02 Nov 2017



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carah adj; (pronounced, ‘cha-rah’) a mix from the bahasa indonesian words, “marah” + “cinta”


carah; marah(angry) dari (from) cinta(love), ‘angry from love’


carah; crazy in love, marah(anger); to be angry at someone you regard as precious, the angrier one is, the more love they have for them


kalau tidak ada marah lagi, tidak ada cinta


If one is carah at the one they love, and then able to apologize for being,




A ‘Crazy, Angry, Rude, Ass, Hater’ which actually equals to = ‘love’, as the word, ‘cara’, actually  means ‘love’ and “friend” in Irish, its hoped that they will be forgiven by the one who is hurt and ‘marah’(angry) and can at least still be friends with the one who lost it and got crazy in love, ‘carah’,


cha; You




cha; weeping, crying


CHA; Acronym of conhecimento, habilidade e atitude (“knowledge, ability and attitude”).


CHA; "Knowledge, ability and attitude", qualities people love in a relationship




chayamuy   is a Quechua word


 (Runasimi / Qhichwa simi) Quechua is an Amerind language with about 8 million people in Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia and Argentina. Quechua was the language of the Inca empire which was destroyed by the Spanish in the 16th century.


Ay ach


chayamuy; to arrive; to arrive at the realization that you were a “RAH”


RAH: Ribut Arse-Hole


As so you ask for forgiveness, for nothing in return





Cara is a female given name of Latin or Irish origin.t has been frequently used mostly in recent times, especially in the 1970s 1980s and 1990s. Kara, the alternative spelling, is from the Cornish word, meaning love.


 Cara also means friend in Irish language




Mary C Lamia Ph.D. Intense Emotions and Strong Feelings


When love involves an initial state of bliss, it can later make you feel sick or crazy whether or not the object of your affection has left your life. Bliss is an emotion that people seek. A surge of extreme pleasure and rapture is felt when it is activated, and you seem to transcend your self or merge with another person. Bliss is often felt as love, sensory or sexual pleasure, anticipation of high excitement, or a meditative state (Ekman, 2003). Perhaps its evolutionary purpose was to attach people together regardless of rational thinking. When a blissful state is experienced, such as in an intense romantic encounter, the craving and need to recreate it can be powerful.


Some people are tempted to compare a current long-term relationship with one that potentially can activate, or has activated, a blissful state involving sensual pleasure. Comparing a person with whom you have had a long-term relationship to someone new, unavailable, or forbidden who activates bliss in you makes a reasonable assessment impossible. Psychophysiological responses that are commonly experienced in those who are possessed by new love include highly pleasurable experiences of euphoria and increased energy (Fisher, 2000). Bliss-triggering attraction is associated with altered brain chemistry such as increased levels of dopamine and norepinephrine, and decreased levels of serotonin, all of which return to normal levels between 6 and 18 months into a relationship (Fisher, 2000; Marazzitti, Akiskal, Rossi, & Cassano, 1999).


Longing to be with the one with whom you anticipate experiencing a blissful state leads to thinking that is obsessive and distracted. I've seen many people in my practice who are lovesick because they cannot be with the object of their passion for any number of reasons. Most of the time it is because the one they profess to love happens not to be the person with whom they are partnered or is someone who is inaccessible at the time.   In such cases, being lovesick is a state of being caught up in the fantasy that the passionate love they experience in stolen moments can exist forever in reality. Stolen moments in a blissful state, such as in an affair, simply create physiological responses perpetuating a belief that, in the long term, the impossible is probable. Eventually, however, it can make you sick or crazy even though it begins on an intensely positive note.


Although I have not conducted a formal study, decades of clinical experience has convinced me that a variety of situations having to do with blissful love can produce emotional and physical illness. I am most struck by the confluence of autoimmune disorders when people are involved in blissful relationships that are wrought with conflict and ambivalence. At one moment the partner is sacred and the object of a blissful experience, yet the next moment he or she is the trigger for anger and pain. I don't have proof, and such proof would be difficult to obtain, that such love makes people sick. Nevertheless, I have witnessed numerous accounts in my practice of people who become sick from a blissful love relationship that is intermittent or has turned bad, particularly in those who are involved with narcissistic partners.


Addictions and relapse from addictions are not uncommon in those who are in an intensely blissful but conflicted relationship, or in those who are attempting to recover from one. Longing, grief, anger, shame, or guilt represent emotions that may be activated in the aftermath of a relationship that was colorfully painted by bliss. Addictions mask the pain of an ambivalent relationship or from the loss of bliss, and they hide the longing to experience the blissful state again. In her research on the neurological effects of withdrawing from a romantic (blissful) relationship, Helen Fisher (2004) demonstrated that such experiences ignite regions of the brain that are similar to withdrawal from a cocaine addiction.


Such illness is not limited to the romantic pair, but can also extend to a partner who is neglected or devalued because a known or unknown third party infiltrates the partnership. Imagine, for example, a married man who is involved with a woman other than his wife. Although consciously his wife may not be aware of the existence of the other woman she will unconsciously pick up cues because she is treated differently by her husband, and because he behaves differently, in spite of his efforts to do otherwise. Unconsciously or consciously people become aware of infidelity. They may not want to acknowledge the indicators but their blood pressure may rise or their immune system may become compromised. They may also suddenly pay attention to, or engage, the wandering partner when previously their attention was waning.


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People also become sick of themselves when they are addicted to intermittent blissful experiences in a relationship. They make excuses to themselves, as well as to their friends and people who do love them, in order to stay in a relationship that is also disturbing or disruptive to them. Intermittent bliss in such situations may be the most lethal of doses. It is reminiscent of an early experimental psychology study about intermittent reinforcement; in this case, regarding pigeons who received a food pellet when they pecked on a red dot. Those who learned to expect the delivery of a pellet at consistent intervals limited their pecking. However, when a food pellet was delivered intermittently and unpredictably, the pigeons frantically and crazily pecked at the dot. When it comes to seeking bliss, humans may not be any more evolved than pecking pigeons.  As a result, the craving for blissful love can make you sick or crazy.




For information regarding my books about emotions: (link is external)


This blog is in no way intended as a substitute for medical or psychological counseling. If expert assistance or counseling is needed, the services of a competent professional should be sought.




Ekman, P. (2003). Emotions revealed: Recognizing faces and feelings to improve communication and emotional life. New York:  Holt.


Fisher, H. (2004). Why we love: The nature and chemistry of romantic love. New York: Holt.


Fisher, H. (2000). Lust, attraction, attachment: Biology and evolution of the three primary emotion systems for mating, reproduction, and parenting. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 25(1), 96-104.




Why you so down, so marah?

Because i wished my 'carah' had more cinta than marah, now i must minta 'cara', apologize and ask for forgiveness, go the easier, softer, sweeter way, where you prove you really love a friend ....   


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