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That Feeling When
20 More New Emotions, From Readers
From “shrediness” and “hongry” to “fungover” and “blooby.”
That Feeling When You Share Your Deepest Secrets With a Stranger
There’s an unfettered closeness that comes from spending an intimate night with someone while knowing that you won’t see that person again.
That Feeling When You’re Haunted by Online Embarrassments
Chagrinternet is the lingering feeling of minor humiliation endemic to participating in social life online.
That Feeling When You Bond With Someone Over Feeling the Same Pain
It’s not Schadenfreude (damage plus joy). Instead, it’s Freundeschaden (friend plus damage).
That Feeling When Humiliation From Years Ago Hits You All Over Again
You lie in bed, your mind blissfully empty, when suddenly you are awash with rembarrassment — the feeling of eyes on you from 20 years ago.
That Feeling When You’re Nostalgic for a Time You’d Never Want to Relive
The general miasma of happy days is rich, but thinking about times of sorrow is what’s really stirring.
That Feeling When It’s 3 a.m. and Your Demons Start Talking
Nocturnal admissions are the insidious feelings of self-recrimination that take over your brain in states of middle-of-the-night semi-consciousness.
That Feeling When Another Woman Hypes You Up
Veiled in compliments is the same message over and over again: Keep going.
Jenny Tinghui Zhang
that feeling when
Introducing 78 New Emotions
A scientific theory that suggests we have infinite emotions, so long as we can name them — and so we did, asking writers to identify new ways to feel.
that feeling when
If You Can Say It, You Can Feel It
Some scientists believe we have infinite emotions, so long as we can name them.