OBSTREPEROUS

Today I share with you a new word I’ve learned today. Obstreperous. It means to be noisy and difficult to control. Also, a synonym of unruly, unmanageable, disorderly, undisciplined, uncontrollable, rowdy, disruptive, truculent, difficult, rebellious, mutinous, riotous, out of control, wild, turbulent, uproarious, boisterous. You get the idea.

To be used in a sentence: “The plaintiffs are being obstreperous.”

So, when someone calls you out as being a little “fussy”, just say, “Hey, if they weren’t being so obstreperous, I wouldn’t be so fussy.” Then promptly hold your head up high, do a pirouette and politely sashay away.

“THAT’S NEVER HAPPENED BEFORE”

Let it be known that when you’re constantly hearing “That’s never happened before” that you’re probably
going to have some great experiences — good or bad! So just prepare yourself and enjoy. That’s
what I do, because I hear those words ALL THE TIME! If you’ve got a “That’s Never Happened Before” story,
I’d love to hear it. Leave me a post!