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25 Things You Had No Idea There Were Words For

Did this with "jelly" one time when I was 8 or so. And with other words countless times since then. Have done it with my own name.

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25 Things You Had No Idea There Were Words For

there's a word for it. WICKED !

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Words And Phrases To Make You Sound Smarter

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Semantic Satiation: Repeating a Word Until Its Meaning Disappears

Semantic satiation is a phenomenon whereby the uninterrupted repetition of a word eventually leads to a sense that the word has lost its meaning.

Semantic satiation. #firstworldproblems

I know!!!!! I love doing this! It mskes u realise that the first person eho ever said that word was just making a weird sounding noise

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Semantic Satiation: Repeating a Word Until Its Meaning Disappears

semantic satiation

Have you ever tried saying the same word over and over again? How about reading the same word several times over? You may start thinking to yourself "this doesn't sound right" or "that cannot be the correct spelling." This is due to a phenomenon in psychology known as semantic satiation. Normally after hearing or seeing a word, neurons in the brain fire and recognition is the result. However, when the neurons fire too rapidly with excessive repetition of the same word, they become…

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Semantic Satiation: Repeating a Word Until Its Meaning Disappears

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Semantic satiation - Wikipedia