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What’s your definition of ‘homely’?

Discussion in 'Personal' started by BertieBassett2, Sep 20, 2019.

  1. mothorchid

    mothorchid Star commenter

    I wonder if the "cosy" definition is more used now because of the trendy "hygge" thing?
     
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  2. sunshineneeded

    sunshineneeded Lead commenter

    Open fire or wood burner,; cosy, comfy, sink-into armchairs; soft rugs and soft lamplight. Lots of texture.
     
  3. Over_the_hill

    Over_the_hill Star commenter

    I like lots of books around me too.

    My predictive text changed that to ‘I like lots of boobs around me too.’ :D:D:D
     
  4. nizebaby

    nizebaby Star commenter

    As if any of us need the danes to teach us how to be cosy. Nothing short of smygge.
     
  5. towncryer

    towncryer Senior commenter

    Well I'm quite sure that you didn't intend us to think of your cat as unfortunate looking...so I think we got the gist!
     
  6. grumpydogwoman

    grumpydogwoman Star commenter

    Homely.

    I know the Americans use it as pleasant but ugly.

    For me it's comfy. Not sumptuous. Comfy and cosy but no ostentation.
     

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