What is your favorite word?

United States
January 28, 2008 8:03pm CST
What is your favorite word? Is is the sound of the word? The meaning? The spelling? Overall, what is it that drives you to love and use this word in your vocabulary?
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@gantwick (849)
• United States
29 Jan 08
Smock. I think it has to do with being under the influence of "Calvin and Hobbes," one of my favorite comics of all time. Hobbes, the tiger, said he liked the word "smock" and said it over and over. I was reading the strip out loud to my oldest, who was three at the time (he's now 16!), and he just giggled and giggled as I read it. So the word "smock" has a special place in my heart. Perhaps when I die, they'll just put "Smock, Smock, Smock" on my headstone.
@AmbiePam (51243)
• United States
29 Jan 08
I would vote for you in the best headstone category.
• Canada
29 Jan 08
"Whatever" is my favourite word I am guessing. I tend to say it a lot. I have annoyed quite a few people at times because I say it too much. I don't even notice when I continuely say it. I wonder why that word bugs people so much??
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• United States
29 Jan 08
faith...with out faith there in nothing
@roniroxas (10574)
• Philippines
29 Jan 08
BEAUTIFUL. its a beautiful (lol) and a positive word. it makes you feel beautiful inside and out. Now is it obvious now that i like the word beautiful? wink wink
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@CherishC (249)
• United States
29 Jan 08
I love saying the word Bella, it means beautiful in Italian. I love the way it sounds, I think I say the word to much. and Its pretty when you say Ciao Bella, that means Hello Beautiful, witch is one of my fav songs by the Jonas Brothers!
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@AmbiePam (51243)
• United States
29 Jan 08
I've noticed I have been using the word 'quite' a lot lately. I'm not sure why, but since I incorporate it into my conversation so much, I must be 'quite' fond of it.
@Estina54 (389)
• United States
29 Jan 08
I don't have a verbal habit. I don't use the same word all the time. Words have meaning only in sentences. A word might sound nice until we get its meaning. I like the sound of many words, but not their meaning. However there is a phrase I reat mostly: NOTHING SURPRISES ME NOWADAYS is this phrase.