Chill mode: ON


It’s interesting to see how the word “Chill” is used in English.

As a Noun-unpleasant wintertime sensation of cold.

Its verbal meaning is “cold.”

Chili as an adjective.

Slang: Calm or relaxed. No anger!

Also means to socialise with someone.

What about relaxed subjects? They have a joyful ending and are not stressful.

But for me, the very word Chill reminds me of a chilled beer. Don’t ask me why.

I just feel like grabbing a beer can.

“Everyone has their own path, fortunately, mine leads to the liquor store”


Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Mr Philo

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This post is part of SueW & GC’s Weekly prompts-Chill 

Disclaimer-Consuming alcohol is injurious to health. Don’t drink and drive. Avoid alcohol during pregnancy.


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