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Wanton - adjective (of a cruel or violent action) Deliberate and unprovoked. Noun - A sexually immodest or promiscuous woman. Verb - Play; frolic.I find all three of these words apropos to today. Each fit a mood, desire, or need for my Wednesday. Starting from the bottom.
Wanting - adjective 1. Lacking in a certain required or necessary quality: "their products would be found wanting in a direct comparison" 2. Not existing or supplied; absent.
Wonton - noun - (in Chinese cooking) A small round dumpling or roll with a savory filling, usually eaten boiled in soup. - Dictionary.com
Wonton - For me, there are few soups that taste as good on a cold, rainy day. It warms the body and soul. It also helps decongest the sinuses.
Wanting - I sometimes feel like I am lacking in a certain required or necessary quality. This hits hard on Wednesdays because the week has evolved far enough to know what must be done, but the realization hits on what I am capable of doing. I feel like the black horse in this gif today.
Wanton - I wonder why that word has different meanings, whether as an adjective, noun, or verb. Other than not being a woman (and why is it only directed at women?), I sometimes feel like all three variations at the same time. Today I may feel sexually immodest or promiscuous with a desire to play or frolic cruelly. Ok, that is a bit of a stretch, but I can see that it could happen.
Along with the wanton label, I wonder if I described the ladies in the images as "wanton" or "wanting", how would they be perceived compared to "empowered", "aroused", or "erotic"?