ellesieg (ellesieg) wrote in 1word1day,

Tuesday Word: hadeharia

Some pride themselves on having an exhaustive and ever-expanding vocabulary of curse words. Most are content with sticking to a relatively narrow selection of tried and true terms. Others seem to fall for one particular word and never recover. Given all of the options out there, I suppose hadeharia -- the constant use of the word "hell" -- isn't TOO bad. There is no cure, but sufferers may find satisfaction in pursuing a career as a fire-and-brimstone preacher, so long as they're content with only appearing on public access channels at three in the morning.
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