The Meaning of Liff is a humorous dictionary written by Douglas Adams.
It is about things that there aren’t any words for yet, all the words listed are toponyms, and describe common feelings and objects for which there is no current word. – Wikipedia
I’m a huge fan of Douglas Adams, who’s wrote this not common dictionary with John Lloyd, and when a strange things that do not have a word yet happen to me, I wrote them here, as a personal suite of Adams’ book “The Meaning of Liff”.
That awkward moment when you are on another continent and the girls behind you in a pub are talking about a French blond and romantic man who have the same name as you.
That fear when you are in a pub in another country, waiting in the queue for toilets, and someone stalking at you for a minute before saying to you : I know who you are !
Your heads involuntary movement when you are driving with an open window and the wind is pushing on your ponytail.