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Shock and desire have my nerves tingling like I've been struck by horny lightning.
I'm a very hyper person.
I'd forgotten how exuberant you are
Whenever you are engaged in something and there is an outpouring of energy, you are in enthusiasm.
Heart was racing.
I just feel exciting.
A fretful temper will divide the closest knot that may be tied, by ceaseless sharp corrosion; a temper passionate and fierce may suddenly your joys disperse at one immense explosion.
Buffeted by the passions and longings of youth.
But to be furious, murderously furious, is to be alive. No longer young, no longer pretty, no longer loved, or sweet, or lovable, unmasked, writhing on the ground for all to see in my utter ingloriousness, there's no telling what I might do
Startled from a bad dream, or perhaps still in one...
Happy,Free,Confused,Lonley at the same time
I'm an intense person.
When our lives are frantic and frenzied, we are more prone to anxiety, resentment, impatience, and irritability.
behaving in an almost giddy fashion, some slathering on sunscreen in
Some people are born with a vital and responsive energy. It not only enables them to keep abreast of the times; it qualifies them to furnish in their own personality a good bit of the motive power to the mad pace.
I get called an adrenaline junkie every other minute, and I'm just fine with that.
Be a burst of joy.
...as nervous as a bird in a coal mine.
As great enmities spring from great friendships, and mortal distempers from vigorous health, so do the most surprising and the wildest frenzies from the high and lively agitations of our souls.
In one swift motion she's out of his arms twirling about. Startled and then ecstatic, she feels lighter than air, laughing in spite of herself. Light hearted, she keeps spinning feeling the stress and pain strip away from her. She was surprised by how confident she felt. How alive.
Chills raced down
Outrage alternated with a sweaty fear he had never before felt. Something, it seemed to him was being drained from him, leaving the body feeling like a very dry sponge, very light, completely at the mercy of sly toying gusts of wind.
I was shocked. A dying word, "shocked." Few people have been able to use it well since Claude Rains so famously said, "I'm shocked, shocked to find that gambling is going on here," as he pocketed his winnings in Casablanca. But it's the only word for excitement and alarm of this intensity.
I'm absolutely flooded with a raucous energy to get out into the world and tell my story again. I feel like this is spring. After a period of shriveling, out come the leaves.
A method of achieving wild enthusiasm is to act wildly enthusiastic. Often, a growing and beautiful love-affair develops quite automatically.
Adrenaline is an amazing thing.
Upped but mentally disjointed.
I am frivolous. But sometimes, that's the problem of my Christian education, when I know I've been frivolous, and I know I have to do it, then I feel guilty.
I'm happy. Which often looks like crazy.
Sometimes, you get too hopped up, too excited, and it works against you.
Yes, the reaction is already upon me. I shall be as limp as a rag for a week."
"Strange," said I, "how terms of what in another man I should call laziness alternate with your fits of splendid energy and vigor.
I'm alert, full of purpose, free. An few the first time in a long time, I can breathe.
Whenever I am with energetic young people, I feel like a recharged battery.
There is an eloquence in true enthusiasm
Adrenaline is my drug of choice.
caffeine-infused tsunami of words.
Today, I run for pure, absolute joy.
There was no denying the fact that there was a certain excitement in the air.
dazzled by the sheer essence of the whole,
excitement in her stomach.
There is a joy in danger.
Adrenaline has always been my thing.
I'm hyped up when I'm working. Some people eat when they're hyped up and some people don't. I'm the 'don't.'
I felt vigorous and cheered by borrowed popularity.
He's like a suicidal Energizer bunny.
I'm in an absolute frenzy towards doing as many things as I can that I want to do today. The rest can wait till tomorrow, next week, if I'm around we'll take a look.
If there is to be art, if there is to be any aesthetic doing and seeing, one physiological condition is indispensable: frenzy.
Clammy, stomach clenched, the way she felt when she was about to vomit. Not again. She searched for another light source. A
To be furious, is to be frighted out of fear.
I'm in my usual state up here in the commentary box: high tension, heart beating like a trip hammer, whatever that is.
My head felt like it was about to explode. My mind was so jumbled I couldn't control it; leaping in every direction, thoughts I could not have conceived of just a few minutes earlier were dashing through my head so quickly I couldn't even track them all.
I like the word bewilderment because it has both be and wild in it.
I fairly sizzle with zeal, energy, and enthusiasm; eager to do that which ought to be done by me today.
In the immortal words of Mr. Burns ... eeeeexcellent.
Frumious. Anything that inspires its own adjective is a force to be feared.
This is the crazed, manic energy of the bull at the end of the fight, fatally wounded but ploughing ahead, driven only by pain and anger and the mindless will to go on living.
There is nothing more abominable than being in a state of bodily exhaustion and mental irritation; I was too lethargic to get up and seek some means of occupying my mind, but I was too uneasy to fall asleep.
When my body gets so overexerted with energy, I just keep going and going.
Here my sister, after a fit of clappings and screamings, beat her hands upon her bosom and upon her knees, and threw her cap off, and pulled her hair down - which were the last stages on her road to frenzy. Being by this time a perfect fury and a complete success, she made a dash to the door
To be running breathlessly, but not yet arrived, is itself delightful, a suspended moment of living hope.
Hatred makes me energetic, but confused.
Let your joy be unconfined!
Oh how the passions, insolent and strong, Bear our weak minds their rapid course along; Make us the madness of their will obey; Then die and leave us to our griefs as prey!
The undisciplined are slaves to moods, appetites and passions
Not a visible enthusiasm but a hidden one, an excitement burning with a cold flame.
It was wild. Abandoned. Rough. Wet. Intense. Fiery. Thorough. Exquisite. Heart-pounding. Blood-singing. Soul-rocking. Life-altering.
No animal is so inexhaustible as an excited infant.
He is full of adrenaline, his nerves are shot, and his mind is cluttered up with free-floating anxiety-floating around on an ocean of generalized terror.
Enthusiasm is the intoxication of earnestness.
Im not tense, just terribly, terribly alert. Nick
It's the greatest thing in the world, natural enthusiasm. You are nothing without it.
Dangerous. Reckless. Foolish. Mad. The words were beginning to feel more like badges of pride than blows. Downstairs,
You live during the match, and you have strong emotions, but you don't want to get too overexcited. My body's totally flat now. I cannot move anymore. I'm totally exhausted, just because of the tension out there.
Exuberance is beauty.
I throw my arms out to the side and imagine that I am flying ... my heart beats fast, I can't scream and I can't breathe. I also feel everything, buzzing as if I am charged with electricity. I AM PURE ADRENALINE - TRIS
I was agitated something fierce.
Adrenalin dispels boredom. Run, you sufferers from ennui! Run for your lives!
Impulsive passion please set me free.
Sometimes I get so pumped up, I get a headache. I get woozy. I get dizzy. I like that feeling, I don't know why.
passion is all consuming
Intoxicating" - Shannon
Dancing is a frenzyand a rage.
Spooky wild and gusty; swirling dervishes of rattling leaves race by, fleeing the windflung deadwood that cracks and thumps behind.
Out of moderation a pure happiness springs.
When you feel bored, pump your adrenaline!
I think I have an adrenaline addiction, no question about that.
I am a man of vehement disposition, with violent enthusiasms, and extreme immoderation in all my passions.
I feel naturally florid when I look up again. I look like a flourish. I look the way the word galore feels. I feel uncultivated beautiful, like pure, organic allure.
From restless thoughts, that, like a deadly swarm Of hornets arm'd, no sooner found alone, But rush upon me thronging.
I'm pissed like this rutting beast can't conceive - I'm a lifetime of pissed, of strong, of muscle built over bruise, I'm slick with power and feel the fight as it changes ...
As it flows ...
... Everything into place, perfect, and I finally do what I was born to do.
I am consumed by love.
I lay sweating, shaking, doing my best to quell the overwhelming need
to extinguish the dark flame inside me.
A flame that burns brighter, hotter, stronger each day.
A fire so insatiable it'll consume everything in its path.
The enemy was close. Despite my fear, I was somehow having fun. Being chased and killed by villains was a thrilling vision. My paranoia really excited me.
It stimulated me. In short, it was pleasant.
If it was pleasant, it also must be fun.
I won't mention the word tired. This is the 20th century and I can go around a little faster.
The fetters have burst
I do like a healthy dose of adrenalin, but my character is more rounded. I am not timid; I like excitement.
On with the dance! let joy be unconfin'd
She was like a wild animal who didn't know whether to come to the outstretched hand or to flee and kept making startled little rushes, first in one direction and then in the other.
Now he'll outstare the lightning. To be furious Is to be frightened out of fear.