I don’t believe in synonyms. I believe that the world is an infinite collection of infinite synonyms. And, the fact that there are infinite synonyms is very comforting to me.

The reason I don’t believe in synonyms is because I believe that every word has it’s correct and incorrect synonyms. And if I had to pick one it would be “bored”.

The thing that I like about synonyms is that they’re so general. I don’t have to worry about what I’m using because there’s an infinite number of them. All I have to do is pick one of them and it’s perfect.

The fact that the Internet is an infinite collection of synonyms is a very comforting thought as well. Though I have to admit, I was once just like you. I was convinced that every word in the English language was a proper synonym for every other word. But then I realized that if I really wanted to use a word that I’d never heard, I would have to google it. And I didn’t. And I never will.

What you have to realize is that Google isnt a magic black box. It’s a giant spider, and it’s all crawling in and out of each other’s web at the same time. It’s as though it was trying to use all the spiders in the world to make a new web. It’s a very exciting thought.

Well I guess I should thank Google, but I’ll try to focus on the real point here. In the real, physical world, we all know that there are lots of synonyms for things. In the real world, we’re aware of which synonyms are valid, and which are not. In the virtual world however, we need to make sure to use the ones that are valid, and do not use the ones that are not.

That is why I think it is important for us to use the ones that are valid. If we make a mistake, and we are using a synonym that is not valid, then people don’t know it, and they can click on that link and get confused. And confusion causes more people to click on it. Which brings me to the next point, which is that we as humans, as humans, as humans, we humans are very bad at using synonyms correctly.

One of the main reasons I think we are so bad at using synonyms correctly is because we are very bad at using the correct one at all. We are very good at using the wrong one for the right topic, and we are very bad at using the right one when we are trying to find the right one.

One of the very, very few people who are consistently good at using synonyms are those who are on Twitter. I am not one of them, but like every other Twitter user I follow, I do a good job of using the right ones.