Along the way our wonderful English language provides us with many creative opportunities to express ourselves in new ways. And as the internet allows us to see more writings of people we also can become aware of cliches more easily. So there is a good reason to continue to try new things and even make up new words or names, such as we did with Naked Eye, Roswellite, and New55.
Here are the latest:
Ruined, in a bad way
This term comes from the last name of Petters, who ruined Polaroid, its stockholders, and pensioners in a particularly bad way.
"After I changed the tire on the New Jersey Turnpike, my suit was completely pettered"
An actor who is seen in the production of still images.
This term fills the gap between conventional stage, TV or screen actors, and "models" to describe significant and intentional artistic participation in the creation process.
A condition where people who are subjected to cold Winter weather start to become tense, tight, and introverted. A term to describe the holding of a coat closed in a cold, bitter wind, often with a grimace.