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Specific specialities concerning one word contemplation seems sacrificial to the pedantic gods.
By Michael Pratt URL on 03.02.2011
like how i see all things.
except everything is so complicated wouldnt you say.
thats because we make it that way.
why cant things just be simple.
instead of specific.
anything can be specific.
By Emily Push on 03.02.2011
There are times when all I want to do is ramble. Ramble about nothing at all. No singular thought, no singular subject. Complete random rambling. Nothing specific at all.
By Steven Gallagher URL on 03.02.2011
I can’t be specific if I have nothing specific to write about. The word specific is rather vague. What do you mean specific? Do I need to point to the exact thing and wave it in front of your face? Specific is relative anyways. Red is the most specific thing I’ve written so far. But what good is that specific knowledge to you? Nothing.
By Jen on 03.02.2011
Specificity sucks sometimes. Without it, though, I would know nothing. However: With it, I feel like I need to know more than I do and I need more time for everything. Gah. Too specific.
By Matt Ciani on 03.02.2011
I can’t be specific when you ask why I love you. I love you for the moon. I love you for the stars. I love you for the tiny dimple in your cheek when you smile at me like that. So when you ask me that, don’t expect a coherent answer. All I can tell you is I couldn’t stop if I tried. Theres nothing specific about soul-altering love. It just is.
By Chelsea on 03.02.2011
it was sunny and the light was a bright inclosement of power shinning on my chapped lips this lead to a notion of pure beautiful peace and colored thoughts of happiness.
By craig on 03.02.2011
I’ve already had the word specific. Unfortunately, my browser crashed and made me relog in, only to get this word again. Though I suppose that’s how it all works. I’m new to this. Specifically, I’m new to this site, though I suppose I’m new to writing about words in one minute as well. I can be vague. I can be specific. What do you want?
By K on 03.02.2011
for sure certain lies pacific details government pacifier spec if
By etajha gilmer on 03.02.2011
With ADHD running rampant through my body like a puppy without a leash, it can be pretty damn difficult to hone in on things and be 100% specific and follow through. Then again, I love Mike & Ikes. And that tv show, Community? Ooooo my god. And the girl Annie in that show is also in Mad Men, which is incredible. . . what was I talking about again?
By Travis URL on 03.02.2011
specific is very specific. I like when people are specific about what it is they want it leaves no room for confusion. Specific is a strange word that I don’t know how to write about it.
By Megan Dudley on 03.02.2011
Specifically what? This assignment is entirely NOT specific. Is there a term for that? Unspecific? well spell check didn’t catch that, so I suppose it’s real. I’m not sure what to write, I just know that I’m writing ,and it feels good. I don’t write anymore. I claim to write, but in reality I haven’t written like I did when I was younger since, well, I was younger.
By Beth on 03.02.2011
Specifics are what make a moment. The light, the look, the love. Only in the details do we learn to become.
By Lindsey on 03.02.2011
i have already done specific. You could be slightly more specific as being specific is quite broad. in a narrow kind of way. I like to be random but when you ask me to be specific its hard
By megan2 URL on 03.02.2011
I just wrote about specific… when do I get a new word? Come on guys, this is no fun. How
By Beth URL on 03.02.2011
What does it mean to be specific? I mean, people say to be specific, but when you are, they often ask you not to be so specific. messed up isn’t it? How specific is one meant to be? Are you supposed to just gloss over the topic or go into detail, but then be told that it’s too much? Well, I know it annoys me that people aren’t specific. I have to ask something like a million times before I get the answer I want, People are really silly sometimes. and now I’m running out of things to talk about about being specific.Oh why is it that people don’t know how to pronounce it properly? There are so many people in the world who say pacific instead of specific.
By Alexis on 03.02.2011
If everyone in the world told EXACTLY who they were, then there would be so much less deception. SPECIFICITY is important in describing yourself. Is my 60 seconds up? It has to be up… Oh… that’s what the bars at the bottom are for? huh…
By Rachel on 03.02.2011
i’m talking about a specific kind of feeling. they kind you get when you’re in the supermarket and someone you’ve never met smiles at you. you smile back and wonder… what is that person like. and you know that they don’t care about you or want to know you, but you kindof miss them when they walk away. it’s like a missed opportunity almost. a what it. even though, odds are, they won’t ever remember you.
i wonder if that’s how love works sometimes.
By sarah on 03.02.2011
well whats to be specific about? you can be vague or specific or be vague.. i prefer vague. who wants to be specific. its more fun being vague. no one really understands what your saying. so well screw specific. just be vague..
By sid on 03.02.2011
in the 6th grade, my teacher pronounced specific, “pacific”…
“now let me be pacific here kids, spelling test on tuesday, you’ll need to know how to use all the words in a complete sentence”
it’s safe to say most of the kids couldn’t spell specific…
By ace anderson on 03.02.2011
specific, precise, exact, true. specific is another one of those words and ideas that are difficult to achieve and easy to debate. what is specific to you is not to another… nothing else to say.
By Katie URL on 03.02.2011
specific specific specific one word my sister can never pronounce right, and something that we often remind her about. Any time we see her we ask her to say it and she always laughs about it now, but as a kid she hated it. She couldn’t spell it either, just thinking about it now makes me laugh and smile. I miss her, I wish I didn’t live so far away.
By Aimee on 03.02.2011
Everything has to be specific, from your job to your race to your gender to your clothes. Who you are is constantly being measured by specifics. We won’t allow ourselves to just exist.
By Dan on 03.02.2011
Lets narrow it down and cut to the chase.
Stop beating around the bush and get to the point.
I don’t have all day to go around in circles.
What are you trying to say?
By Nebula URL on 03.02.2011
the specifics were never easy for me. you have to do this, you have to do that, you have to be a great girlfriend, you have to be a good student, you have to fall in love. Who ever said you had to fall in love?
There are specific rules for everything, how to talk, how to act. I hate specifics. There are no rules for somethings- no rules for how you live, no rules for how you love. There aren’t any specifics for love. You just do it.
By spazzycorn URL on 03.02.2011
I don’t like specific things. They’re boring. I tend to look more at the big picture, ya know? But sometimes you need facts, answers; that’s where specifics come in. But if you don’t need them, don’t use them; instead, look at the situation as a whole.
By Mae on 03.02.2011
specifics no longer apply.
not to us, at least.
because specific is like the old black- in with the new, out with the old.
we no longer explicitly mutter ‘i love you’, and there are no rules for how we will conduct ourselves on valentine’s day or our anniversary- we’ll take it a step at a time, with nothing grounding us to reality, and I guess that’s how we both like it.
Everybody wants their life to be defined specifically. Whether in life, work, or love, we all need definitions and labels for anything. This is wrong. We should just live for the moment and not label. Just live. Don’t worry about definitions or labels.
By Katie Melvin on 03.02.2011
Not enough, never quite right. Angry words sprawled across the page in red in mock criticism and a discontent sigh becomes airborne. Every imperfect word and improperly constructed string of sentences, they all bring a smear to cross red lips. Teachers, they are never specific, instead they think the one and double O is self-explanatory, but why?
By Lexi on 03.02.2011
its hard to be specefic about things that arent so significant. like feelings, feelings of love,how does one define such specific feelings? i find it hard to believe that the word specific was invented to describe a particular thing. one wannot really be specefic about such things. Ok times up.
By tonikali on 03.02.2011
“You’re going to have to be a bit more specific about that, boy!” The officer said loudly, and the young boy shrunk back. “S..She was tall..blonde, running that way. I..I think her name was Rose. I-I’m sorry, I didn’t realize you were looking for her! She went that way, I swear!” The officer glared at him before quickly running off with his men. The blonde woman stepped out of the shadow of the alleyway with a sigh. “Thank you. I owe you one.”
By Claire URL on 03.02.2011
This is a terrible word to one-minute-write about, specifically. Especially as I can’t think of any specific anecdote concerning it.
By stephanie URL on 03.02.2011
Details are what make the world a beautiful place. The sky is not just blue, the grass not just green; it is the specifics the little curvature of the one piece of grass that catches your eye that makes it grass in your eyes. Its all about the specifics.
By Amanda D on 03.02.2011
Specifically I am talking about cheese. Today I was eating a very specific type of cheese. Whether it was feta, ricotta or cream cheese I do not know, thats how specific I am. I thought about telling you specifically about cream cheese but who wants to talk about that
By Kate on 03.02.2011
It’s hard to be specific….specific what does it even really mean? I mean you try to be specific with decriptions and details but some people still won’t get it because they think of other things so specific becomes vague
By Danielle on 03.02.2011
Specifically specific but also ridiculously vague. You always did talk like a politician. Good lying, some call it. Being nice, though, that’s what you call it. You could talk for hours about specific things that have nothing to do with what I asked you. About my question though, you’re always vague.
By Abigail on 03.02.2011
i really have trouble with this word. sometimes I really struggle getting my thoughts out. i’ll spend so much time trying to convey a specific idea that should be so simple but gets cluttered with words and too many emotions. theres alot there it’s just hard to figure out what the essence is sometimes.
By Kathleen on 03.02.2011
Specificity. It’s in the details. It’s the minutiae. It’s what you see when you stare at a leaf under a microscope. It’s what you hear when you turn up the volume. What you feel when your eyes are closed. Why can’t grand things be specific too though? Isn’t tree specific enough for you, isn’t leaf? Why do you need the lines and minutiae and details and specifics of it all… isn’t general specific enough for you?
By Elizabeth on 03.02.2011
don’t tie me down to just one word; I want to expound, explain and spread my verbal wings; just to be specific is to be too entrammelled, held fast , too scientific. I can be flouncy, frilly and frothy.
By superbunny URL on 03.02.2011
There was a specific procedure that he stuck to when he did things like this. There was a certain way that he liked things done. But when she came like a tornado through his progress, it was the only time that he actually tried anything new.
By whitepicketdefense URL on 03.02.2011