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A statement or affirmation to be a naturally unique individual who takes pride in an afro-centric existence.

By Novel AllenPublished 4 months ago β€’ 1 min read
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Heretofore and evermore, today in front, behind, sideways and every which way to the whole wide world, I make my afrodavit. It is an unwritten statement voluntarily made by an affiant or deponent under an oath or affirmation which is administered by a person who is authorized to do so by nobody but her/himself.

Hereafter know as:
















"Um, Mohania. What in tarnation are you on about now. Afrodavit, did you just make up a word and intend to use it"? Kiki asked her ever evolving in weirdness friend.

"What if I did. How is it different from all the other crazy words which people are always making up and using, as if we all have to accept the silly sounding words as gospel".

"I think the difference is that it is recorded in the Oxford English Dictionary or Oxford University Press, and I don't know where else, in order to be credible and accepted". Kiki replied.

"Well, I have officially, on my own behalf coined the word AFRODAVIT, to represent anything concerning my personal decisions and deportment"!

Kiki sighed and rolled her eyes, she adored her friend's quirkiness, it is why they have remained friends for such a long time, never a dull moment.

"Ok, name some of those weird words you mentioned, let's see if you are right".

"Bumfuddled, gobbledygook, fartlek, everywhen, kibitzer and.....".

"Ok, you win. I kinda like afrodavit. Let's start AFRODAVITING".

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  • Bozhan Bozhkov4 months ago

    That got me thinking. Afrodavit could be connected to Africa, but also to Aphrodite (because of the sound). Davit, hm... interesting 😁

  • Lamar Wiggins4 months ago

    Haha, That’s awesome! It rolls off the tongue so easily. Can’t wait for my chance to use it.πŸ’–

  • Hannah Moore4 months ago

    I love this. If it communicates clearly it's language, I say! And your word is crystal clear.

  • I kinda like fartlek, lol! I think it means "chill pill". So we can tell people, "You gotta calm down. Take a fartlek"! 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣 Lol, I loved your story!

  • Kendall Defoe 4 months ago

    I want to steal this word! Well done!

  • Donna Renee4 months ago

    This is excellent!! Love the word and the way you crafted this micro too!

  • Mariann Carroll4 months ago

    🀣The made her case πŸ‘πŸ‘

  • Naveed 4 months ago


  • Mother Combs4 months ago

    great job

  • Tiffany Gordon 4 months ago

    So creative, flyy & empowering! Go No Go!😁

  • Gerard DiLeo4 months ago

    Fun and useful, too. I attest, under Italian oath!

  • Love it! I give it two years before it is officially entered into the lexicon.

  • This is perfect!!

  • Real Poetic4 months ago

    LOVE It! 🩡

  • It SHOULD be in the Dictionary! Well done, Novel!

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