Have you had the strange feeling that time is passing faster than usual or the calm feeling that you get when it is raining outside, and you try to express that and realize your brain vocabulary has shown- “Error 404, Not Found”.

I know. We all have felt that. 

There are some common feelings that every one of us feels, but they can’t be described as just happy, sad, anxious, and other words. And even Google search is incapable of finding names for these aberrant feelings.

One such common feeling is “the urge to push people away when we don’t feel like talking”  I feel this a lot, and I am sure the introvert family titles it as a normal everyday feeling.

I tried to Google this feeling so I can find a word for it, and this is what Google showed me. 

Depressed? Seriously! Looks like I am not the only one who needs to update their vocabulary.

But to your rescue, I have a collection of ten such names to the feelings and emotions we all feel but couldn’t explain. 


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Haven’t this quarantine season turned us all into nighthawks? Sleeping at 3 or 4 in the night seems like a new normal and waking up at 5 or 6 in the morning seems a bit too early.

This is another word for those butterflies that we get on seeing our crushes. Just that the butterflies are more energetic, and they want us to make some stupid mistakes.

Don’t judge me. I am not a psychopath, but I have thought repeatedly about experiencing an earthquake or a house fire, and I think many of us have too.

This feeling is invented by the great social media revolution. Open your social media apps, and you’ll come across at least one person who is capable of triggering this emotion.

After watching Ramayana and Mahabharat, this feeling hits differently. I feel like I am now qualified to enter heaven. 

Do you have any such obscure feeling that should have names? Do tell us in the comment section below.


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