For some reason it remnds me of those people we elect to do Something, Anything, besides argue and pout.
If you want to be happy, desire and pursue happiness more for others than yourself, and your own well-being will take care of itself. Dedicate your weight-loss journey and the achievement of all your goals to someone else and think of them when times get tough.
Many of us have, no doubt, encountered words and concepts that are oxymoronic.
Groucho's favorite was "military intelligence".
When a concept is so grievously "oxymoronic", some of us have accused "it" of being "nitroidiotic."
But what do you call a concept that is it's own best, and only example?
I believe that such a concept is "disingenuous". It's a word whose sole existence is predicated on NOT calling the speaker a liar. Moreover, it consists entirely of word fragments -- prefixes and suffixes; there is no root.
What about "disingenuity"? Then one who routinely uses such phrases would be a "disingenue"?
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