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accepted Is there a word for fake kindness or hospitality?
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revised Is there a word for fake kindness or hospitality?
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comment Is there a word for fake kindness or hospitality?
Thanks man, your post was very helpful (+1). Don't take it down!
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asked Is there a word for fake kindness or hospitality?
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comment Term for when someone gets overly pepped up and thinks he/she can do anything
@Mitch Pefect! Thanks!
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comment Term for when someone gets overly pepped up and thinks he/she can do anything
@Mitch I can't figure out a good way to fit in the example sentence in my question. Can you please do the edit for me?
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comment Term for when someone gets overly pepped up and thinks he/she can do anything
@Mitch You're right, I should have done that. But I thought there might be a general word to describe such a situation since there is one such a word in my language (Persian): جوگیر (/javgir/)
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comment Term for when someone gets overly pepped up and thinks he/she can do anything
@user3306356 Why?!
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accepted Term for when someone gets overly pepped up and thinks he/she can do anything
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comment Term for when someone gets overly pepped up and thinks he/she can do anything
So could we say for example "Don't get hyper, you can't drink all that in one go"? Or should I replace hyper with something else?
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comment Term for when someone gets overly pepped up and thinks he/she can do anything
Is there an informal non-scientific equivalent for manic state or manic?
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asked Term for when someone gets overly pepped up and thinks he/she can do anything
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revised What are the comparative and superlative forms of 'lively'?
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answered What are the comparative and superlative forms of 'lively'?
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