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Jack O’Connell for Hunger magazine, Issue 7, A/W 2014

18 Words We Really Need To Use

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  1. Zapoi – Russian
    We’ve all done it, gone out on a bend for 48hrs of non-stop partying and drinking, only to wake up somewhere utterly random having done something totally unexpected the night before. The Russian’s call this “Zapoi”
  2. Ayurnamat – Inuit
    Simply and to the point, it’s a philosophy that you shouldn’t fret about that which you cannot change.
  3. Culaccino – Italian
    Trust the biggest coffee drinkers in the world to come up with this one. ‘Culaccino’ is the term used to describe the ring a glass or cup leaves on a table.
  4. Tartle - Scottish
    That fleeting moment of hesitation when you’re introducing someone, only to totally forgot their name before composing yourself and remembering.
  5. Goya – Urdu
    The suspension of disbelief that can occur through good fiction or storytelling It takes a talented storyteller, to create a sense of ‘Goya’ or as we would called it “disbelief and wonder”
  6. Prozvonit – Czech
    If you’re too cheap to pay for a phonecall, you’ll have done this before. It’s a term used to describe the act of calling someone, letting the phone ring out a few times and then hanging up. Thus forcing the other person to call you back on their own dime.
  7. Dépaysement – French
    The longing feeling of being homesick.
  8. Sobremesa – Spanish
    Those clichéd conversations You’ve just had a delicious dinner with your friends and now you’re all talking about food related subjects and discussing the meal.
  9. Ya’aburnee – Arabic
    This might seem like a morbid one, it means “You bury me”, but it’s actually quite romantic. By using the term, you’re inferring that you hope you die first because living without your partner would be too unbearable.
  10. Jayus – Indonesian
    A joke or pun that is so bad that you can’t help laughing at how stupid it is.
  11. Kyoikumama - Japanese
    The ‘Tiger Mum’ who aggressively pushes her kids to reach ever rising levels of academic achievement.
  12. Torschlusspanik – German
    It’s direct translation is “gate-closing panic” but its often used as a metaphor to describe that narrowing of options as you grow older.
  13. Tingo – Pascuense (Easter Island)
    Taking objects you want from a person’s house by gradually borrowing all of them.” If you had a friend who had all the cool toys you wish you had, then you might have partaken in a bit of “Tingo” - taking treasured items from someone’s home by “borrowing” them gradually over time…
  14. Spaegie – Shetland Dialect
    The soreness you feel in your muscles a day or so after you’ve had a hard workout. Even if you warm down after an intense workout, the chances are you’re going to feel a little sore or “spaegie” the next day.
  15. Aşermek – Turkish
    Used to summarise a pregnant woman’s unusual cravings for peculiar food combinations.
  16. Nekama – Japanese
    Easy and useful, it describes a deceptive man pretending to be a female on the internet.
  17. L’appel du vide – French
    Used to describe a bizarre and yet sudden urge to leap from exceptionally high places something we recommend you avoid, unless you have a parachute.
  18. Mamihlapinatapei – Yagan (Indigenous language of Tierra del Fuego)
    Ever made eye contact with a stranger across the room? Or experienced that unspoken magnetic sexual chemistry with someone you know? Whilst not only being a mouthful “Mamihlapinatapei” describes that silent glance between two people who lust after each other but are reluctant to make the first move.
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Send me “alt!” and I’ll introduce you to a character I’ve rped in the past, want to play in the future or are currently playing somewhere else!

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Name: Raúl Cruz Frost
Nickname: Raúl
Age: 32
Date of Birth: 4th July 4th 1982.
Ethnicity: Puerto Rican- American/German
Occupations: Butcher, Bartender at The Devil’s Hole, Escort
Mother: Eva Cruz
Father: Eric Frost
Siblings: Tati [39] and Lucy [23] — Nicholas Frost
Children: None
Other relatives: Tio Ramon, Tia Maria, cousins Junito, and Ricky 
Marital Status: Single.
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Height: 185 cm tall [6’1’ ft.]
Weight: 81.6 kilos [180 lbs.]
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Grey-blue
Distinguish Marks: Several tattoos.
FC: Henry Cavill

”Perdono pero nunca olvido.”

Raúl was born in New York City to an aspiring actress. His father walked out of their life when he was barely three years old. His mother was never lucky with lovers and held a grudge against him since he was little because he looked just like his father. Raúl’s mother didn’t want anything to do with him so he was sent to live with family in the island. Raúl grew up with his Tio Ramon, his mother’s older brother, and Tio Ramon’s family in Las Marias in Puerto Rico. When Tio Ramon’s wife got sick, they moved back in New York, in West Harlem where they’ve been settled for years. After Tio Ramon’s wife passed away and Tio Ramon got sick, Raúl became the sole bread-winner of the family because his cousins couldn’t be bothered and were too busy with their own lives. Raúl took on a job after high school, not bothering to enter college. He worked at the Fulton Fish Market until Savio hired him as a butcher at the man’s shop in Little Italy. He’s been working at the shop for the last ten years and was getting by when things got worst with Tio Ramon and Raúl was forced to take on another job at a bar near the Penn Building called The Devil’s Hole. Raúl then met Mike, a bartender whom he became friends with and introduced him to the world of male escorts…


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Send me “alt!” and I’ll introduce you to a character I’ve rped in the past, want to play in the future or are currently playing somewhere else!

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Name: Argel Guilherme “Fierro” Barros
Nickname(s): Fierro
Age: 29 in appearance [460 years old.]
Date of Birth: 1554
Ethnicity: Portuguese-Guarani
Specie: Vampire
Occupation:  Traveler, Plantation owner, Vampire Hunter
Mother: Anaha
Father: Unknown Portuguese Official
Siblings: Three unknown younger siblings
Children: None.
Marital Status: Single, never maried
Sexual Orientation: Straight.
Height: 185 cm tall [6’1’ ft.]
Weight: 86 kilos [190 lbs.]
Hair: Black
Eyes: Blue, sometimes green.
FC: Henry Cavill

Fierro was born in São Paulo, Brazil during the Portuguese occupation. He was product of an assault on a young Guarani slave by a Portuguese official. His extraordinary strength and appearance separated him from his Guarani tribe and was often the targets of the young Guaranis even some Portuguese official. His fate changed once joining a rebel group that planned attacks on the Portuguese officials. He was caught the one night he and his group attacked but his life was spared and was sent to work in a gold mine north west of the country. He didn’t reach the mine after a higher official took him in and made him his own slave. Fierro then met the official’s young wife whom became his first Mistress. The relationship did not end well after Fierro decided to stop seeing the Mistress and marry a young Guarani she fell in love with. His lover was brutally murdered and he was yet again sent up north to travel only he wasn’t set up to work as a slave but a blood bank for his first Mistress’ vampire sister. After many years, his second turned Mistress turned him into a night walker and lived with her for centuries until he murdered her on New Years Eve in 1686. Now Fierro travels all over the world hunting his own kind and getting rid of his Mistresses’ bloodline along the way.

Fierro is fluent in Guarani, Portuguese, Brazilian-Portuguese, English, and Spanish. He can hold a light conversation in Italian and French. He knows the basic words in Arabic and German. All these linguistic abilities acquired through years of traveling and his passion for culture. 

Fierro has a distinct accent related to where he was born and where he lived for most of his life. It is thick, a mixture of his Portuguese and Guarani accent hardened in time but with enough effort he can hide [another ability he’d developed through years of practice.]

Fierro did not go to school. He learned to read first when he was 21 and was taught by her first Mistress, Amália. Once he was able to read he became fascinated with different stories of adventures experienced by other people who lived in a different place on a different time. Once his passion for reading was fueled, his desire to write sparked. Determined to write his own experiences and exploration, Fierro sought to learn how to write. He hasn’t stopped since.

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