mundaneness mundaneness


  1. (n) the quality or character of being intellectually sophisticated and worldly through cultivation or experience or disillusionment
  2. (n) the quality of being commonplace and ordinary


  1. As anyone who watched that splendid movie knows, Pekar led a fairly unremarkable life as a Cleveland file clerk until he decided to turn that very mundaneness into comic art.
  2. But really, Sex and the City is groundbreaking because it's about the mundaneness of sex--to fake or not to fake, how to coach a man in bed.


  • Every Choice Sucks When You Play 'Always Sometimes Monsters'

    Video games have struggled with the ability and desire to imitate real life. But it's a tough parallel to draw when you can restart your game at any point or redo any stage if you're unsatisfied with your performance. Life is sometimes more bleak than any game can portray. Always Sometimes Monsters is a game in which every choice matters. While it may echo some of the mundaneness of real life ...
    on September 10, 2013     Source: Mashable

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ennui ennui
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