Scholars say that the use of the word can be traced back to the 14th century, being used as both a noun and verb.
You might even end up inside out, backwards, and head over heels, too.
Waxing means it is getting bigger.
It is also said that it goes along with weather that makes some people sick.
Every single fucking day I get closer to the grave I am terrified, I fell asleep at the wheel again Crashed my car just to feel again It obliterates me, disintegrates me, annihilates me 'Cause I'm about to break down, searching for a way out I'm a liar, I'm a cheater, I'm a non-believer I'm a popular, popular monster I break down, falling into love now with falling apart I'm a popular, popular fucking monster Yeah, here we go again, motherfucker, oh We're sick and tired of wondering Praying to a God that you don't believe We're searching for the truth in the lost and found So the question I ask is, yeah, where the fuck is your god now? The noun phase refers to a either a stage or a state of being.
Yeah I wake up every morning with my head up in a daze I'm not sure if I should say this, fuck, I'll say it anyway Everybody tries to tell me that I'm going through a phase I don't know if it's a phase, I just wanna feel okay, yeah I battle with depression, but the question still remains Is this post-traumatic stressin' or am I suppressing rage? The verb phase refers to implementing something over time, as needed.