"Mr. Bradshaw, your performance on our last test was..SAD."
"But I got every answer right! I even checked it against the answer key you sent us for the final exam review!"
"Oh, you were 'right,' were you? Just like you were 'right' when you argued with ellesieg over the optimum camera settings for low-light ocean photography?"
At which point Bradshaw changes his name to Brandewine and leaves law school to become a circus clown. Under the big top, at least, the most negative reaction to his tragic existence is some hastily dried tears. There an irredeemable fool can find a certain peace. And new meaning in the songs of Smokey Robinson.
Loganamnosis is a very specific kind of knowing you know but not being able to really capture or verbalize that knowledge, however, and one I find myself subject to, given the recent loss of my former laptop and the word list stored on its hard drive and nowhere else,
On an unrelated note, if anyone knows of a word for a sweetheart/girlfriend/etc. that was in common use during the 1700s or 1800s, sounded like a first name, was possibly derived from a first name used in a popular folk song, ended in "bel" and began with an "m" or an "s"..or an "r"?..hit me up.