An unfortunate side affect that results from being overly exposed to morality.
"I become overcome with guilt when i think about how poorly thought out my definition's examples are."
A divine attribute we often wrongly assign to one we admire, but sadly, like telepathy, honesty is a characteristic not inherent in humanity. To be truly and completely honest with someone, one must first be truly and completely honest with one’s self. Since our species is incapable of seeing past its own fears, desires, prejudices, convictions, emotional attachments, memories and flawed perceptions, man is not capable of viewing an unfiltered reality. Every single conclusion a person comes to is first carefully screened and reviewed through a series of subconscious unrelated facets of collective reasoning and thus all humanity is blind to all truth. Thus, no one is truly and completely honest with themselves and thus cannot be truly and completely honest with others. The most anyone can hope to give is their honest opinion. But that’s all it is, an opinion.
To give an example would be contrary to my definition of “honest.”
1. What makes the worst moments of our already miserable existence that more bearable.
2. A sixth sense which some have and others don’t.
"That man has no sense of humor."
A term for a television series involving the same cast of actors who play the same characters in different scenarios each week in what is commonly referred to as an “episode”. Though not strictly confined to the genre, most sitcoms are comedic in nature, hence the name “sitcom” which is an acronym for “situation comedy”. To sum up what is a fairly ambiguous term, a sitcom is what keeps everyday people from watching the news, thus becoming enraged at seeing what is really going on in the country and thus setting about to murder all of Congress.
A sitcom may include: "Will and Grace" - "Friends" - "Sex & The City" etc.
A state of emotional being, characterized by the desire for one to be in another’s shoes. As apposed to “jealous”, which is an emotional state where one deems that if he/she cannot have Reebok, then all others must go barefoot.
"I'm truly envious of his situation."
Either a letter, check mark, or numerical percentage, awarded to students to serve as an arbitrary means of evaluating one’s academic performance regarding various scholarly subjects and thus assessing one’s comparative worth against his/her pupils. Grades originated out of social necessity through individuals who were too stupid to recognize whether or not someone had any intellectual value without a universal standard to measure by.
The most stupid example of grades is the minus/plus system, which penalizes the achievers and rewards the slackers.
An indiscriminate phenomenon of chance or fate, which one comes to increasingly appreciate less with hard work.
Pretty much every time you get something you know you don't deserve