F is for Floccinaucinihilipilification

04/07/2011

Warning: This is a FLOCCINAUCINIHILIPILIFICATION post!

Meaning something that is worthless or trivial or unimportant.

Why waste so much effort in writing and pronouncitiaticazating er pronouzing — Ok, in saying it! In saying it to describe something trivial? Oh men why do we make our lives so complicated?

Is there a need to say, “You are floccinaucinihilipilification too!” to somebody who said that you are floccinaucinihilipilification? That you are not good enough? That you are not beautiful?

Yes you can but be sure that you can pronounce it perfectly! I could not *sigh*.

Otherwise let’s just move on and accept that we can’t demand others to love us.

But never stop loving and doing something and appreciating and believing and…

FORGIVE the floccinaucinihilipilification, you are beautiful.

FORGET the floccinaucinihilipilification, you are amazing.

Go ahead be beautifully amazing. You are originally designed as such by the Artist.

:)

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33 Responses to “F is for Floccinaucinihilipilification”

  1. ladynimue Says:

    Oh men why do we make our lives so complicated?

    No answer to this .. proof ? this biiiig word !!! even i could not make myself learn and type it ;)


  2. Ha! How on Earth did you think of such a word? :) Big fun! All the best!


  3. Very beautiful and sweet! Love it!!
    Thanks!! :)


  4. i am cracking up ;) thanks for the morning laugh! seriously, be beautiful and amazing and call it whatever you want…

  5. Dafeenah Says:

    You definitely are not a whatchamacallit.

    Dafeenah

  6. trisha Says:

    hilarious! i dont think i will be able to pronounce it :)
    so i will just skip it and use the more common terms.

    • bendedspoon Says:

      Yes let’s go for simpler! And I remember my son telling me that his password is czechoslovakia and I said why not make it china? lol.
      Have a wonderful moments! :)


  7. Pronounce it? I could not even spell it! I can just imagine what my dyslexic fingers would do with that! Different and funny!+


  8. I gave up after a few try.. Can’t even squeeze the words out without being or sounding silly.. LOL.. and I just can’t do it, keep breaking into laughter myself.. Hahahha..

    • bendedspoon Says:

      Glad to know you are laughing and don’t forget you are not floccinaucinihilipilification! I celebrate with you on each personal victory! Hugs :)

  9. afirmin Says:

    Pronounce it? I couldn’t even read it Lol!!

    Where do you find these? Lovely post, brings out every part of your wonderful personality!

    Looking forward to G!!

    Take care Alan

  10. Debbie Says:

    Someone made me feel like that word today. :( but, it’s not true, right? You and God say so! So I’m forgiving and forgetting. phew. So glad He has you come to my rescue!

    • bendedspoon Says:

      Not the least true Deb!
      I had a hard time accepting that — repeating in my mind what somebody else said until I listened to God. I am woman, my worth isn’t in somebody else mouth but in my heart; in my God.
      Love and hugs to you precious Deb! :)

  11. maggsworld Says:

    I agree. Simply and without the convoluted complicated word.

  12. jmjbookblog Says:

    None of your posts are “floccin…” you know, that very l o n g word, ‘spoon’! :) Where do find these words? lol Are they really in the dictionary? :) Thanks for another fun post! Have a special evening! :)

  13. Becca Givens Says:

    OMG … (chuckle) … where did you find this word? I need pronunciation help as well. Glad you gave me illustrations … those I can relate. :-)

    Thank you for the smiles …


  14. This has me laughing, because this long and convoluted word referring to someone viewing someone or something else as trivial, worthless, or valueless, has so much less value than the one God created who is being viewed as such. Okay, that was almost as long and convoluted as the word! ;) How do you find these crazy words? Dictionary.com says this word is “encountered mainly as an example of one of the longest words in the English language.” But I encountered it here as an example of what we are not in God’s eyes! Peace, Linda

    • bendedspoon Says:

      Linda, what if all hurtful words are this long so that it will discourage us from saying it? But then what the heart says won’t escape from God so it’s best to acknowledge the value in each of us. Peace too! :)

  15. Ann Says:

    Princess Rea,

    29 Letters? Wow. And it has meaning too!!

    Pronouncing ‘Floccinaucinihilipilification’ feels pretty much like a tongue twister. H is for headache. lol

    Thanks for sharing. This is another brand new one for me.

    Blessings,
    ann

    • bendedspoon Says:

      Ann, yes it has meaning — combination of words that all means of little value. Looks like somebody is bent on making someone feel so unworttthhhhhhyyy.

      Origin: Latin floccī + naucī + nihilī + pilī all meaning “of little or no value, trifling” + -fication

      Very much like each annoyance that we keep — piling up until it became more than headache! :)


  16. Good grief!Good thing you explained that word…I was getting ready to wash your mouth out with soap!
    Great post!


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