Cursed Urban Dictionary Definition
If you are looking for a curse definition, then you should check out the curse dictionary at Cursed Urban Dictionary. It is a great way to find out more about the different kinds of curses that you can use when you are playing the game. Other game websites will also have their own definitions of the same word, so be sure to look at those as well. Having a good understanding of these definitions is going to help you play the game better.
An interesting cursed definition is “You have to take two hours to clean your room after using it.” This is a common sentence among players
What people must understand is that this means that if a player is tired, then they should clean their room in two hours. If they are too tired, then they should wait two hours before using it again.
A new and interesting curse definition is “The game will not start unless you drink the pee of the person next to you who has not yet showered or brushed their teeth, if you are using the bathroom.” This sentence is a little funny. The first meaning is that you have to use words like clean or brush in the game, and the second is that someone else may need to use these words if they have not already. The word ‘use’ here is used to define the action of using the bathroom. Next we have the sentence: “You will not be able to use the restroom in the morning until you drink the urine of the person next to you who has not showered or brushed their teeth.” This definition clearly shows that you cannot drink the urine of another person, unless they have already showered or brushed their teeth.
Another interesting definition is “A Celtic sea dog is a very small and slim dog, usually bred for companionship on sailing vessels. It has long and droopy ears, large dark eyes, a crooked tail and a very cute curled-lip smile.” What is really interesting about this sentence is that it clearly states that a dog may come with a long and droopy ears, but it will not be able to use its front paws to ‘brush’ its own teeth. The same rules apply to humans, when we say that we have to brush our teeth and use our front hands to clean our fingernails. So, if the person beside you does not use their front paws to take care of themselves, then it is your responsibility to take care of them!
A more complex curse involves the definition of the word ‘cursed’
In this curse, one person (the cursed) is not entirely sure about what actions are considered as positive actions and which actions are considered as negative actions. For instance, if someone is cursing, then ‘curse’ is a possible word. However, if someone were to interpret this curse as ‘kill whoever curses’, then ‘curse’ would be an acceptable word to describe this action.
One example of this type of curse, which uses the word ‘cursed’, is ‘I am annoyed at my wife/husband/son in an angry way/about something that is annoying to me”. This is clearly an action, which is not totally positive, but yet, still it is an action, which has positive connotations to it. Now, if the same sentence were written using the present tense, with the description being “I am annoyed at my husband/wife in an angry way/about something that is annoying to me”, then the sentence would become much different. The difference is that, the time or period in which the action was performed has been changed from being hours ago to last few seconds, or even minutes ago.
Another example of this type of curse is “Cursed are those who give up on their dreams”
This curse clearly has a negative connotation to it, yet it is still a valid sentence. The sentence could be written simply as “Cursed are those who give up on their dreams”. Obviously, this is not a positive affirmation, yet it still has a grammatical structure that can be followed and still, one can safely say that it conveys a message. In a sentence with a cursed definition, such as “Cursed are those who give up on their dreams” still has an element of truth and logic within it.
If one wants to express negative thoughts, and wishes to do so in a non-negative manner, then it would be best to write sentences using the present tense form of curse. “I am fed up of being cursed”, as stated above is an example of a sentence with a curse as a main part, and yet, it is still a present tense sentence. Using the past as a form of curse is wrong because all the previous information needed to bring forth the curse will already be present in the present. “I am fed up of being cursed, what I need is some more positive affirmations.”