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October 20th, 2011 | 400 Entries

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  1. when do we relate
    with who and how
    we live alone inside till we find someone to relate with
    to love us
    we sit and hope for something in our life

    By aria on 10.20.2011

  2. I relate most to music. It helps me through hard times. Moreover, I wouldn’t be alive today without the influence that music has had on my life. The band All Time Low has influenced me in unbelievable ways. Relating to them, and their music is what has helped me deal with the curbs life throws you. I love it.

    By Regina on 10.20.2011

  3. relate is when you once were late, but was not really. it’s a deja vu, actually. when youre late again. i dont know. I am clueless. I have no idea, really. I am not sure about the meaning.

    By Mii on 10.20.2011

  4. Are the words so dull that they fall from my tongue and pierce through to neither of your ears? How many can I use to keep telling my story, my side, over and again without you realize from where it is that I come? Do I need some sort of grinding stone to get you to be able to relate?

    By allison URL on 10.20.2011

  5. Sometimes in life it’s difficult to relate to others. It’s always important to imagine yourself in their shoes and think about some of the troubles they face from day to day. When you make yourself more empathetic, you start to realize that maybe issues or problems aren’t so bad. Little things that once felt like they would destroy you seem small in comparison to someone who just lost their leg in an explosion or a person whose family was just killed in a car accident. When you realize this, it helps you appreciated how much you have in your life and how much you have to be grateful for like friends, family, and belongings.

    By Chelsea Humphrey on 10.20.2011

  6. Relate? Relate to them? That’s what you’re suggesting? How can I? They’re so different. So obviously wrong. And why should I try to understand them when they haven’t tried to understand me? Why do I have to start it all?

    By jasmith URL on 10.20.2011

  7. I want to relate. I try to relate. I think about relating. Truth be told I simply can’t relate. It’s like she’s from another planet. We have nothing in common except possibly a quick wit. Quick temper. Zero patience. I try though.

    By Kellie Spreitzer on 10.20.2011

  8. i was related to a kid ofakspaiofo him and his friends would make fun of my name : oajfdkalen i mean look at his.jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkklllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliiiiiiiiiiooooooooooooooooooooooooooppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppphhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwPneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis HEPATICO­CHOLANGIO­CHOLECYST­ENTERO­STOMIES = a surgical creation of a connection between the gall bladder and a hepatic duct and between the intestine and the gall bladder.
    PNEUMONO­ULTRA­MICRO­SCOPIC­SILICO­VOLCANO­CONIOSIS (also spelled PNEUMONO­ULTRA­MICRO­SCOPIC­SILICO­VOLCANO­KONIOSIS) = a lung disease caused by breathing in particles of siliceous volcanic dust.
    This is the longest word in any English dictionary. However, it was coined by Everett Smith, the President of The National Puzzlers’ League, in 1935 purely for the purpose of inventing a new “longest word”. The Oxford English Dictionary described the word as factitious. Nevertheless it also appears in the Webster’s, Random House, and Chambers dictionaries.
    HONORI­FICABILI­TUDINI­TATIBUS = honorableness.
    The word first appeared in English in 1599, and in 1721 was listed by Bailey’s Dictionary as the longest word in English. It was used by Shakespeare in Love’s Labor’s Lost (Costard; Act V, Scene I):
    DIS­PRO­PORTION­ABLE­NESS and (21) IN­COM­PREHEN­SIB­ILITIES
    These are described by the 1992 Guinness Book of World Records as the longest words in common usage.

    Some say SMILES is the longest word because there is a MILE between the first and last letters!

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    Chemical Terms
    Two chemical terms (3,641 and 1,913 letters long) have appeared in the Guinness Book of World Records. They were withdrawn because they have never been used by chemists, and there is no theoretical limit to the length of possible legitimate chemical terms. A DNA molecule could have a name of over 1,000,000,000 letters if it was written out in full.
    (1,185) ACETYL­SERYL­TYROSYL­SERYL­ISO­LEUCYL­THREONYL­SERYL­PROLYL­SERYL­GLUTAMINYL­PHENYL­ALANYL­VALYL­PHENYL­ALANYL­LEUCYL­SERYL­SERYL­VALYL­TRYPTOPHYL­ALANYL­ASPARTYL­PROLYL­ISOLEUCYL­GLUTAMYL­LEUCYL­LEUCYL­ASPARAGINYL­VALYL­CYSTEINYL­THREONYL­SERYL­SERYL­LEUCYL­GLYCYL­ASPARAGINYL­GLUTAMINYL­PHENYL­ALANYL­GLUTAMINYL­THREONYL­GLUTAMINYL­GLUTAMINYL­ALANYL­ARGINYL­THREONYL­THREONYL­GLUTAMINYL­VALYL­GLUTAMINYL­GLUTAMINYL­PHENYL­ALANYL­SERYL­GLUTAMINYL­VALYL­TRYPTOPHYL­LYSYL­PROLYL­PHENYL­ALANYL­PROLYL­GLUTAMINYL­SERYL­THREONYL­VALYL­ARGINYL­PHENYL­ALANYL­PROLYL­GLYCYL­ASPARTYL­VALYL­TYROSYL­LYSYL­VALYL­TYROSYL­ARGINYL­TYROSYL­ASPARAGINYL­ALANYL­VALYL­LEUCYL­ASPARTYL­PROLYL­LEUCYL­ISOLEUCYL­THREONYL­ALANYL­LEUCYL­LEUCYL­GLYCYL­THREONYL­PHENYL­ALANYL­ASPARTYL­THREONYL­ARGINYL­ASPARAGINYL­ARGINYL­ISOLEUCYL­ISOLEUCYL­GLUTAMYL­VALYL­GLUTAMYL­ASPARAGINYL­GLUTAMINYL­GLUTAMINYL­SERYL­PROLYL­THREONYL­THREONYL­ALANYL­GLUTAMYL­THREONYL­LEUCYL­ASPARTYL­ALANYL­THREONYL­ARGINYL­ARGINYL­VALYL­ASPARTYL­ASPARTYL­ALANYL­THREONYL­VALYL­ALANYL­ISOLEUCYL­ARGINYL­SERYL­ALANYL­ASPARAGINYL­ISOLEUCYL­ASPARAGINYL­LEUCYL­VALYL­ASPARAGINYL­GLUTAMYL­LEUCYL­VALYL­ARGINYL­GLYCYL­THREONYL­GLYCYL­LEUCYL­TYROSYL­ASPARAGINYL­GLUTAMINYL­ASPARAGINYL­THREONYL­PHENYL­ALANYL­GLUTAMYL­SERYL­METHIONYL­SERYL­GLYCYL­LEUCYL­VALYL­TRYPTOPHYL­THREONYL­SERYL­ALANYL­PROLYL­ALANYL­SERINE = Tobacco Mosaic Virus, Dahlemense Strain.
    This word has appeared in the American Chemical Society’s Chemical Abstracts and is thus considered by some to be the longest real word.

    (39) TETRA­METHYL­DIAMINO­BENZHYDRYL­PHOSPHINOUS = a type of acid.
    This is the longest chemical term in the Oxford English Dictionary (2nd Ed.). It does not have its own entry but appears under a citation for another word.

    (37) FORMALDEHYDE­TETRA­METHYL­AMIDO­FLUORIMUM
    Chemical term in the Oxford English Dictionary (2nd Ed.).

    (37) DIMETHYL­AMIDO­PHENYL­DIMETHYL­PYRAZOLONE
    Chemical term in the Oxford English Dictionary (2nd Ed.).

    (31) DICHLORO­DIPHENYL­TRICHLORO­ETHANE = a pesticide used to kill lice; abbrv. DDT.
    It is the longest word in the Macquarie Dictionary and is also in the Oxford English Dictionary (2nd Ed.).

    (29) TRINITRO­PHENYL­METHYL­NITRAMINE = a type of explosive.
    This is the longest chemical term in Webster’s Dictionary (3rd Ed.).

    (27) ETHYLENE­DIAMINE­TETRA­ACETATE
    The longest unhyphenated word in Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary (10th Ed.), joint with electroencephalographically (see above).

    (26) ETHYLENE­DIAMINE­TETRA­ACETIC = a type of acid; abbrv. EDTA.
    This word appears in Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary (10th Ed.).

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    Place Names
    There are many long place names around the world. Here are a few of the largest.
    (85) TAUMATA­WHAKA­TANGI­HANGA­KOAUAU­O­TAMATEA­TURIPUKAKA­PIKI­MAUNGA­HORO­NUKU­POKAI­WHENUA­KITANA­TAHU
    A hill in New Zealand. This Maori name was in general use, but is now generally abbreviated to Taumata. The name means: the summit of the hill, where Tamatea, who is known as the land eater, slid down, climbed up and swallowed mountains, played on his nose flute to his loved one.

    (66) GORSA­FAWDDACH­AIDRAIGODAN­HEDDO­GLEDDOLON­PENRHYN­AREUR­DRAETH­CEREDIGION
    A town in Wales. The name means: the Mawddach station and its dragon teeth at the Northern Penrhyn Road on the golden beach of Cardigan bay.

    (58) LLAN­FAIR­PWLL­GWYN­GYLL­GOGERY­CHWYRN­DROBWLL­LLANTY­SILIO­GOGO­GOCH
    A town in North Wales. The name roughly translates as: St. Mary’s Church in the hollow of the white hazel near to the rapid whirlpool of Llantysilio of the red cave. It is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records.

    (41) CHAR­GOGAGOG­MAN­CHAR­GOGAGOG­CHAR­BUNA­GUNGAMOG
    Another name for Lake Webster in Massachusetts. Probably the longest name in the United States. Alternative spellings are:
    (44) CHAR­GOGGAGOGG­MAN­CHAUG­GAGOGG­CHAU­BUNA­GUNGAMOGG,
    (45) CHAR­GOGGAGOGG­MAN­CHAUG­GAGOGG­CHAU­BUNA­GUNGAMAUGG,
    (44) CHAR­GOGGAGOGG­MAN­CHAUG­GAGOGG­CHA­BUNA­GUNGAMAUGG.

    (23) NUNATH­LOOGAGA­MIUT­BINGOI
    The Eskimo name for some dunes in Alaska, according to The Book of Names by J. N. Hook.

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    By austin on 10.20.2011

  9. relationships are really hard work. I mean REALLY had work. Unless you hammer out your expectations at the start you’ll be facing an uphill struggle for the rest of your life. Nightmare. Trust me.

    By havingsaidthat URL on 10.20.2011

  10. some thine is related to the outher. like faimly

    By pscougar URL on 10.20.2011

  11. i like to relate to other people in fights. no matter how mad they are at each other, even if i don’t like them both, i like to see what people think. I relate to the right brained people because I’m crazy. I love music, i play percussion.

    By emmy hopee on 10.20.2011

  12. When you relate to someone you feel what there feeling. Or you know what they are going through. You know what it feels like.

    By Bub :D URL on 10.20.2011

  13. Relate means same of like dad and mother.

    By tylerw URL on 10.20.2011

  14. i realate to my sister because she is almost like me realate means like ur the same person as some one well almost when u relate to someone ur trying to act like them!!!!!

    By picklebounce1 URL on 10.20.2011

  15. I went to school to day and i related to my best friend. it means you know what people feel like and can feel the same as someone in a situation.

    By countrygirl12 URL on 10.20.2011

  16. Relate is when you understand something, you know what there saying.

    By mango1209 URL on 10.20.2011

  17. relate means to understand, like i can relate to the problem.

    By inforser URL on 10.20.2011

  18. Relate means that you can, connect to something or someone.

    By kiwi URL on 10.20.2011

  19. ‘I can relate to that’, she thought. then she raised her eyes from the floor and really looked at him for the first time since she had come to this group. she looked into his eyes and saw the depth of emotion as he spoke of that night. she was drawn into them by the sadness that showed nowhere else on his cryptic face. she found he was done speaking far too quickly. she wanted to ask questions, to draw more of his story out of him, but this wasn’t a time for that.

    By Samira URL on 10.20.2011

  20. relate… i don’t know it.

    By xavier URL on 10.20.2011

  21. In order to understand one another, we have to be open minded and try to relate to eachtoher as much as possible.

    By Victoria Vartanian URL on 10.20.2011

  22. Relate is a word that describes a person relating which means comparing or having the same similar stories or thoughts with another person. Kind of alike or a lot alike.

    By Davina Kelly URL on 10.20.2011

  23. maybe it means that you are related to someone you know or dont know or you be capare yourself to something or someone

    By exploding chicken 2 URL on 10.20.2011

  24. no.
    riley is gay.
    yeah.
    and mike.
    and jordan
    especially jordan
    thats how theyre all related to each other :D

    By Mah URL on 10.20.2011

  25. Letting you in, letting her in, letting him in. This door is what I open. It is how we come to be in the same place. You enter through my door, you open yours to me. We enter the same room, become part of the same moment. Stare at the same artwork and out the same windows, work on the same desks, eat in this same kitchen. For just a few moments, it’s all I ask, before you go on back home.

    By emay URL on 10.20.2011

  26. Relate is when you can understand someone. It’s also when you can have the same ideas about something with another person.

    By stewart~little(: URL on 10.20.2011

  27. It could mean that you are related to some but it probably means that when you compare something ant that are alike then they relate like T.N.T Dynamite and a poor innocent chicken.

    By Tina Elizabeth Butora on 10.20.2011

  28. Relation is something that is hard to come by in this world. Yes you will probably find people that will understand you and get you but they will never really relate to you. I think that is what we are all really looking for in this world is just someone to relate to and connect with.

    By Erin on 10.20.2011

  29. I can relate. That’s the deal. Relating with people has become a job over time. I don’t understand their problems, but hey, I can relate. In this day and age, people want someone relatable, someone who understands what you want and need. Unfortunately, or maybe fortunately, you just have to pretend nowadays.

    By Rina on 10.20.2011

  30. it happens when two people of similar thoughts can share between each other and feel that they are not alone in this vast universe. most of the time i find it hard to do this with others, nobodys fault i suppose. i would love that type of comfort.

    By fiona on 10.20.2011

  31. Who can say they can relate to anybody? How do they know what the other person is feeling? All that say, “I know how you feel”, they know nothing. You weren’t born the way anybody else was. You never had the same experience as anybody else had.

    By Winnie on 10.20.2011

  32. similar, the same, twin, almost, sort of, relation, compare, related, family,friends

    By katie on 10.20.2011

  33. I can relate to somethings. Other times I can’t relate to somethings

    By just582 URL on 10.20.2011

  34. relate? relate to what? topics, family members, pets? i can relate to a lot. passion, for example. not love, though. passion and love are two different things. i don’t think i’ve ever been in love. i’ve loved things, yes, but i’ve never fallen in love. so i can’t relate to that. i can relate to pain. both physical and mental. i’ve been cut, and i’ve been heartbroken. which brings me back to love. it isn’t the only thing that can break your heart. there are so many other things out there that you get attatched to, that you come to love and then lose, and therefore have your heart broken.

    By Rowan Allen URL on 10.20.2011

  35. I can relate to people in love.

    By Lara on 10.20.2011

  36. Relate to others.
    Learn to care.
    Act on it.
    It will make your world better
    in the most fascinating ways.

    By elle MNOP URL on 10.20.2011

  37. I can relate to people in love right now. I can relate to the feeling of joy and happiness. I can relate to all the love songs out there. But sometimes just can’t relate to anybody , to anything , because you fell like no one out there gets you , and the only person you can relate is you.

    By Lara on 10.20.2011

  38. I can truly relate to my friend carly. I have gone to school with her ever since we were in first grade. She is the only one that I tell everything to including my darkest secrets. She knows the real me and I love that I know I can go talk to her about anything and she is going through the same things I’m going through.

    By Lol on 10.20.2011

  39. People should be easier to relate to than they are. We all have the same goals: life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness (or some perversion of that), but I have such a hard time striking up conversation with strangers.

    By dan URL on 10.20.2011

  40. i can relate to you the way you do that thing you do you and me me and you related so alike similar similarly grown from the same tree the tree of you and me a big tree lush with possibility past and future endless future miles of open road inviting you and me related together bound the same

    By White Eyelet URL on 10.20.2011