If you realize how silly we human beings are, it actually will make you become more merciful of the thoughts and actions of others.
This is evident to me with the word “bedroom.”
Even the dictionary can’t decide whether it’s a place of sleep or a launching pad for pleasure.
The bedroom itself, with all of its elements, is divided up equally as confusing.
For instance, the word “pillow” does not conjugate to any kind of sexual inference at all, but if you say “sheets,” then thoughts of what happens between them might cross your mind.
No one seems to get horny at the mention of a “blanket.”
And certainly, the word “dresser” does not rise up the blood pressure–unless you change it to “un-dress-her.”
How about the closet? I guess you could come out of it.
The accompanying bathroom does not evoke much passion.
But the word “mattress” does conjure visions of a high school fling or two.
I don’t think we are turned on by “box springs.”
But “night stand” might make us think about special implements and lotions located within.
We are so hilarious and uptight in our actions, yet often lascivious in our thoughts.
Yet if you did a chart on the amount of time you spend in the bedroom having sex, even reading and watching television would soar high above the antics.
Bedroom–another example of how childish we remain … while still insisting we are worthy of a mortgage.
Thank you for enjoying Words from Dic(tionary) — J.R. Practix