Story Static

/ˈstɔːri ˈstatɪk/: A transmission of thought that fails to convey the clearest ‘meaning’ from one mind to another. Poor descriptions that produce mental congestion and derail a person’s train of thought.

Story-Static indicates a complex set of ideas that were supposed to transmit a clear meaning, but ended up failing miserably as I talked too much gibberish. For instance, if I can’t explain something clearly because of psychological distance and an unusually high urge to close the gap, I naturally force a greater level of refinement to my thought process. I lose the quality of space and cause a dictionary to spill into my response. And a messy one at that.

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