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limitation

You drink imitation lemonade.
You then drink a limitation.

What are you drinking?

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You are drinking less.

Limitation means to set a limit on something.

A limit is a fix point you will stop at.

So... you are drinking less imitation lemonade...
... since you now have a set amount that you will stop at.

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"To know one’s own limitations, to know the reach and limits of one’s abilities." - A. R. Wallace.
 
When does incense ...
... incense you?

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When you don't like the way it smells.

Incense means to make extremely angry; infuriate; to make someone very mad.

Incense also is a wood or gum, that is burned to produce a pleasant odor.

How does one word have two opposite meanings?

How did they invent that one?

I am incensed!
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1 comment:

abhor