The English language is a beautiful and complex form of communication. Yes, it is the hardest language to learn and even native speakers still can't figure out there, their and they're. It's a language that should be appreciated. As an English major, the use of words is very important to me.
I feel that words are powerful, meaningful and can be louder than actions if used correctly. I will happily correct people if they mispronounce words, then shake my head at myself for being THAT person. I am also the annoying person in your classroom who can complete sentences that the teacher can't finish.
Yes, words are a magical thing and we should value their significance. We should proudly show off our vocabulary. Use your big words! You struggled through elementary school vocab tests for a reason.
On the other hand, the English language has some very gross, awful words that everyone should avoid saying at all costs. Even if the meaning is innocent, it just sounds plain wrong. They don't roll off the tongue or make any sentence sound appealing to the human ear. While reading this could be a cringe fest, it's important to remember to never use these words and take this information to heart.
Definition: covered or saturated with water or another liquid.
Synonyms: damp, soaked, drenched
Definition: eat or drink (something) with a loud sloppysucking noise.
Synonyms: gulp, drink
Definition: a thick liquid or semisolid cosmetic or medical preparation applied to the skin
Synonyms: lotion, moisturizer
Definition: (of a fluid) slowly trickle or seep out of something; flow in a very gradual way
Synonyms: filter, trickle
Definition: cause (a liquid) to be ejected from a small opening in something in a thin, fast stream or jet
Synonyms: splash, spray
Definition: a bowl used by small children as a toilet
Definition: slightly wet
Synonyms: misty, dewey
Definition: small, insignificant
Synonyms: unimportant, trivial