a new word


A simple word repeated in hawker centres around singapore like millions of times has totally different definitions in dictionaries.

–adjective

1.done, shown, used, etc., maliciously or unjustifiably: awanton attack; wanton cruelty.

2.deliberate and without motive or provocation; uncalled for;headstrong; willful: Why jeopardize your career in such awanton way?

3.without regard for what is right, just, humane, etc.; careless;reckless: a wanton attacker of religious convictions.

4.sexually lawless or unrestrained; loose; lascivious; lewd:wanton behavior.

5.extravagantly or excessively luxurious, as a person, mannerof living, or style.

6.luxuriant, as vegetation.

7.Archaic .

a.sportive or frolicsome, as children or young animals.

b.having free play: wanton breezes; a wanton brook.

The list goes on, proceed to this external link

I slapped myself like a few times. I didn’t even know the true meaning of the word until today. So silly. I shall try this the next time i order wanton noodles.

Auntie, can i have some sexually lawless, excessively luxurious, frolicsome noodles, please. Big plate, more chilli, more parsley, & vinegar

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