If you have never heard of Thumoslang or believe that you need to improve your social life, this document is for you.
A | Introduction
The suffix -lang gives it away as a language; Thumoslang is the formal vocabulary for optimal social life. Its immense power rests with its one thousand thumbnail definitions, each of which specifies only two things in a few words: a unique concept and when it is at play. Here are several examples.
- Optimum; that means, the best obtainable.
- Social life; that means, living and dealing with people.
- Thumos; that means, no unwanted drama.
Mark Canny, a University of Rhode Island student, and Nickantony Quach first created Thumoslang in their 2017 book Thumos: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration. However, they did not realize the power of their creation. That’s why they did not give it a name and identify it as a whole in their book.
In December 2018, Nick discovered Thumoslang’s immense power when he saw that it took only a few Thumoslang thumbnail definitions to change the life of a local teenager. The video [Thumoslang Appearance | NDBaker93 | S19E03](v=J2DemiPnOJw) recounts the discovery.
What is Thumoslang? The best answer to this question appears on the following webpage.
B | About the Thumoslang-speaking Community
Thumoslang-speakers are foreseers, whereas those not conversant with Thumoslang are muggles. Turning muggles into foreseers is the way to build up and expand the Thumoslang-speaking community. That’s the mission of the project known as Pichi.
C | About the Foresight Club Architecture
D | Introducing A Group’s Guide to Thumoslang
E | Getting Started with Thumoslang
Read all of the following documents to get started with your Thumoslang journey.
- What is Thumoslang?
- The Guide to Thumoslang
- Guide to the Use of Thumoslang
- Foresight Club Architecture aka Hyrax
- A Group’s Guide to Thumoslang aka Zebu
- Thumoslang Manifesto
- The Thumoslang Story