Word of the Day: Perfect

PERFECT

adjective

  1. Seemingly normal and occasionally happy
  2. Horrible
  3. The way every couple in the history of the world has been described by someone at some point

Usage:

  1. “Mitch and Corey are so perfect for each other.”
  2. “I love how Mitch and Corey have nothing in common – they’re a perfect couple.”
  3. “I don’t know Mitch and Corey, but I once saw a picture of them where they were both sort of smiling.  Seems like the perfect relationship.”

 

 

 

 

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