- The crease in your arm opposite your elbow. Like an elbow pit, but if you say elbow pit then I imagine a pit full of elbows.
- The crease in your leg opposite your knee. Like a knee pit, but then there’s all those knees again.
- The smell on people’s breath when they’ve been hitting the sauce hard the night before.
alright, Douglas Adams and John Lloyd.
@ma0sm you could fall in a pit of elbows and still come out sucking your own elbow
I thought tennis was a word
Wait, I might be wrong
ngl, read all the Hitchhikers Guide books a few years back and really didn’t enjoy them at all
Maybe it’s short for “Ten is too many to play this game of racquetballsport”
hate the word croissant, just can’t pronounce it, always lose confidence half way through saying it
Has attempted to make an English version of Hygge or Gezellig?
Gezellig? No made up copycat Dutch bullshit in here please.
Kummerspeck – Literally grief bacon , the binge eating that follows an emotional blow.
Can’t believe the Dutch section doesn’t have gezellig
How about crescent bread?
the act of pretending to be a gazelle?