If you’re on the side of the majority, you mightn’t realize that a word by any other word…
adject, artificial, concept, context, data, fake, grammar, information, intelligence, key, knowledge, label, language, meme, name, note, noun, object, real, subject, synonym, tag, text, thought, value, verb, wisdom, universe, work, world, worm, worry, or worth
…is still a word, that word couldn’t be anything else if it tried, and that everything made of it…
anecdote, answer, artifact, belief, dictionary, encyclopedia, epic, fable, history, internet, life, metaphor, narrative, new(s), play, question, quote, reality, report, response, saga, story, thesaurus, truth, verse, vocabulary, or yarn
…no matter what you call it, is still made of words. Everything you can think of is a word.
This means there are two ways to respond to it, the common method and the uncommon method. The goal of the common method is to understand everything you have a word for. With more words on the internet than anyone can handle, most people struggle with it.
The uncommon method consists of understanding what everything is made of.