Everyday Musings, Life, Listicles

10, One Line (Funny & Truthful) Definitions of Everyday Things

1. Alarm clock

n. The most hated electronic device.

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2. Toothbrush

n. an excuse to look at yourself in the mirror.

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3. Mug

n. an object to tell the world about your personality or your favourite show/book/fictional character.

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4. Plate

n. an object that never judges your food quality or quantity.

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4. Cellphone

n. where Instagram works best. Not to be confused with ‘phone’, a device used for making calls.

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5. Laptop

n. Something we only use because everything can’t be done from the cellphone.

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Photo by Christin Hume on Unsplash

6. Clothes

n. the thing people flaunt on Instagram most (after babies, puppies, kittens, and food, of course)

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7. Fridge/Refrigerator

n. a (close) real-life substitute for the door leading to the magical land of Narnia.

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8. Bed

n. not to be confused with ‘table; a place to ‘Netflix and Chill’ but where you can’t work or eat.

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Photo by Martin Castro on Unsplash

9. Earphones

n. an object used to shut people’s mouths without being rude.

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Photo by Artem Beliaikin on Unsplash

10. Router

n. the actual real-life substitute for the door leading to the magical land of Narnia.

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