Fiddlededee

F is for Fiddlededee and Fideicide – A to Z Challenge 2016

F is for Fiddlededee which means nonsense!

Yeah, I just chose this word for how it sounds like; fiddle-de-dee! It’s like that cartoon “Dexter’s Laboratory” where Dexter calls out his sister in an annoying tune; Deeeee-Deeeee!

There are a lot of people who like speaking nonsense. I do that sometimes too. My best friends know that and I know that too. It’s fun to talk nonsense sometimes, but not every time.

In every group, there will be a person who either speaks nonsense or speaks such things which are practically impossible or fake or an utter lie.

There are many ways to deal with these people. Some argue some say nothing. I say that we must find out why they speak that way. It’s possible they feel the need to be seen in the group, to be heard by someone or the need to gel with the group, etc.

Who knows what happened in the past that they have to resort to such talks. If this is not the reason then they clearly enjoy speaking nonsense 😛

What do you think?

Fiddlededee

F is for Fideicide which means killer of faith; one who breaks a trust.

I have trust issues. Making new friends is not easy for me and trusting them with anything is off the question. But I cannot be like that forever.

That might lose me the opportunity to meet and enjoy the company of new people. Who knows, I might find some good gems!

Given that, once broken, we do want to trust; it’s just that we are scared to be hurt again. But I’m a believer and I always have “HOPE”. Thus I’m trying to be better with meeting new people.

Do you think trust once broken cannot be won back? Is it easy to trust someone? Or it is right to be hopeful?

You can read my entries from 2015-2020 for the A to Z Challenge, CLICK HERE

This post is written as a part of the A-Z challenge 2016 where bloggers from all around the world will blog for the whole month, daily based on all the alphabets in chronological order.

9 thoughts to “F is for Fiddlededee and Fideicide – A to Z Challenge 2016”

  1. I loved DeeDee. and now I loved this word ( be prepared to hear it more often from me)
    Loved the second word too.
    Its very very very very difficult to trust again.

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