The Inefficiency of Words.
Robert Cormack

I refuse to use the word “awesome” when responding to everyday earthly/mundane events or information. When someone takes a bite of a taco and says “awesome” — I really have to object. You are “in awe” of this taco? It makes you fall to your knees in adoration? It is like we cannot impress our companions by just saying, “that tasted really good”, so we have to inflate our comments with some word that might really impress them. How about the ultimate exaggeration : “that was a godly taco”, maybe even a capital ‘G’ … “I just worship that taco and I am not eating it so I can start a religion devoted to it.”

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