Stop Squishing Me


Okay first of all, this post has been in my draft since the 9th of April 2018. Yes, that old, OMG, I must suck at publishing ๐Ÿค”. And guess what, this was not the only post waiting to be published on my blog.

I woke up today determined to finish writing a post I began in October 2018, about the Summit for Women & Girls I attended in Accra, Ghana. That post is finished alright so expect it soon, but then I thought to check if I have any other draft posts and discovered 23. Oh my word!

Anyway here goes this one.

Alas, I learnt a new word last night. Or rather many many many nights ago. I enjoy smouldering my daughter with kisses when she’s dosing off in a bid to look for her trouble. So on this particular night, I did the same thing, then she said:

Stop squishing me.

says Bree..

At first I was taken aback, I don’t even know that word. Hehe, so I checked and found its an informal word meaning:
โ€ข yield or cause to yield easily to pressure!

What does that even mean in this context ๐Ÿค”anyone cares to elaborate?

The little missus, in today’s episode of ‘lets argue’, she insists she’s a teenager ๐Ÿคฆ

2 Comments

  1. Squish is an interesting word. My definition of squishing is onomatopoeia for the sound that’s made when squashing something, kind of like rubber sneakers on a wet floor. Also Google “squish definition”.

    just FYI, I had to look up the spelling of “onomatopoeia”.

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    1. Interesting…that rubber sneakers sound on a wet floor stands out. Very similar to the kiss kiss sound made on cheeks ๐Ÿค”

      I see.

      And ‘onomatopoeia’, I’m letting Google pronounce that for me o ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

      Hello Mwanavhu, how are you this midnight ๐Ÿ˜

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