boast 1 (bst)
v. boast·ed, boast·ing, boasts
To glorify oneself in speech; talk in a self-admiring way.
1. To speak of with excessive pride.
2. To possess or own (a desirable feature): “[the] capital of a region in the southeast that boasts bountiful coal fields” (US Air).
3. To contain; have.
1. The act or an instance of bragging.
2. A source of pride.
I have a friend who is extremely boastful. Especially in public. From mentioning his career goals to whipping his butthole. He finds self-edification in it. I believe ourselves will kill us. Edifying oneself is combined with self-righteousness. RIGHTEOUSNESS implying that one is right when in fact it is possible that you’re in fact left (wrong). I believe that we shouldn’t woddle in those things b/c it’s going to lead to embarrassment and exile. No one like, love, adores an narcissitic , know-it-all, who can’t, and will not be corrected.
You feel what I’m saying?!
Photo: In the first of a series of fiery suicides by Buddhist monks, Thich Quang Duc burned himself to death in Saigon to protest the persecution of Buddhists by the South Vietnamese government, June 11, 1963. The photograph caused worldwide outrage and hastened the end of the Diem government.
‘Le Noir Partie 4’ Daria Werbowy photographed by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott for Vogue Paris, September 2012
Never really see her in to much bright clothing, looks nice though