Kind Bully (Word For The Week)

Kind Bully (Word For The Week)

I don't think "kind bully" is glorious enough to describe the grandiosity of our president and his loyal, reality-ignoring, alternate-universe-dwelling, merry men. We can progress to calling him a generous dictator, or benevolent overlord, merry marauder. Or we just might upgrade him to King Bully.
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Sidegrade (Word For The Week)

Sidegrade (Word For The Week)

With hindsight, Nigerians would have been grateful for a sidegrade on Jonathan. By 2024, they would curse the president if he turns out as a sidegrade on Buhari. Meanwhile, those who got paid to promulgate this propaganda are either in government, too rich to care, out of the country and away from this mess, complaining louder than everyone else, or dying in silence because of pride.
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Creator’s Remorse (Word For The Week)

Creator’s Remorse (Word For The Week)

Creator's remorse is a feeling of regret or sadness a creator feels towards their work. It could be experienced while still creating it, immediately after completion, shortly after being done, or long after they are done with the work.
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Faux Pas (Word For The Week)

Faux Pas (Word For The Week)

Sometimes, the faux pas wasn't exactly career ending. Or it doesn't go viral. Instead, it is the response of the celeb that caused more damage, rather than provide damage control.
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Macabre (Word For The Week)

Macabre (Word For The Week)

There is a school of evangelism in Christianity that is too fascinated with death, hell, and the devil. This is something I just can't wrap my head around.
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Core Competencies (Word For The Week)

Core Competencies (Word For The Week)

Like the DNA, core competencies are unique to everyone. We develop and adapt them differently. Even when we posses similar traits, how we apply them will still be different.
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Yellow Journalism (Word For The Week)

Yellow Journalism (Word For The Week)

Yellow journalism or the yellow press is a type of journalism that does not report much real news with facts. Instead, it is the use of shocking headlines that catch people's attention to sell more newspapers.
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Self-Destructive Behavior (Word For The Week)

Self-Destructive Behavior (Word For The Week)

This has gone beyond engaging in self-destructive behavior. You are now in the territory of shooting yourself in the foot and sticking the bloody foot in your mouth. You are burning bridges and taking others as collateral damages in the process.
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Loss Aversion (Word For The Week)

Loss Aversion (Word For The Week)

What distinguishes loss aversion from risk aversion is that the utility of a monetary payoff depends on what was previously experienced or was expected to happen. Loss aversion is most times a product of getting your fingers burnt from previous experiences. Or knowing someone who has.
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Morosoph (Word For The Week)

Morosoph (Word For The Week)

A morosoph is more interested in gathering data, facts, and information. They want the numbers, but not the story behind the numbers. It is why technocrats tend to make decisions that lack empathy.
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