You've heard of nieces and nephews, but what if you wanted to refer to all of them collectively with one genderless word? Well, you can. And that word is "nibling." As in, "Here are all my niblings." I know. It's the best.
A skeuomorph is "an ornament or design on an object copied from a form of the object when made from another material or by other techniques." Some examples include the shutter click on a digital camera or wood finish on a plastic camera case. More recently, it has been applied to describe the elements of smartphone apps that mimic physical objects.
You know that crazy thing that happens where you hear about something for the first time, and then it keeps popping up everywhere? There's a name for that! It's the Baader-Meinhof phenomenon. Just watch. Now the Baader-Meinhof phenomenon is going to pop up everywhere.
What do you call the best part of the pizza? If you said, "crust," you're partially right. The crust actually refers to the entire doughy part of the pizza, even what's covered in sauce and cheese. If you want to get technical, you should refer to that that perfectly crispy, doughy, bubbly lip around the outside of the pie as the cornicione.
Close your eyes and squeeze them really tight. Now open them (so you can read the rest of this caption). Those little bright lights you see when you close your eyes super tight are called phosphenes. Now you can stop wondering. I know you were wondering.
When your second toe is longer than your big toe, that's called a Morton's toe. So what do you call the longer, second toe of the disgusting, evil lord of a post-apocalyptic wasteland? Immortan Joe's Morton's toe, of course!
You probably experience Dysania on almost a daily basis. Before you get offended, it's the word for the difficulty you feel any time your alarm goes off and you have to get out of bed. I KNOW. The word should be something more like "theworstthingintheworld" syndrome, but Dysania will have to do.