New Entry in the Julieism Dictionary: worricane

Julieism - worricane

Example: Don’t even mention marriage around Jane right now. She’s still reeling from the worricane she had last Valentine’s Day, when her fortune cookie told her she should learn to enjoy solitude.

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10 responses to “New Entry in the Julieism Dictionary: worricane”

    1. Haha, thank you! I’m glad they amuse someone besides myself 🙂

  1. This one is absolutely brilliant, Julie! It has a similar feeling as the swedish word for angst/anxiety, Ångest. I don’t know what it is about just “ångest” it’s somehow more potent. Worricane seems like a good companion for ångest! 😉

    1. Thanks, Fredrik! I love that “ångest” exists in the Swedish language, and I agree– there is just something about the word that cries DRAMA!

      1. Ångest – the muffled sound of your soul slowly being suffocated by ghosts in your own head. Funny thing though! Some people translate it “steam horse” as a joke. Ånga is steam and if you say it, ång-est, it sounds a little like ånghäst – häst being horse.Thus, steam horse! haha

        1. Ahaha, NOW I will think of a horse blowing angry steam out its nose every time I hear the word ‘angst’. Great image! Thanks for sharing that!

  2. Ha ha…this is so me. Love it!

    1. Thanks! I find it very appropriate for book-related matters 😉

  3. Such a good word. Presumably inspired by Bob Dylan’s ‘Worricane’.

    1. That, or Scorpion’s ‘Stress You Like A Worricane.’

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