baggagenoun

  • ja精神的な負担となる過去、情緒的問題、心の悩み
  • enan issue regarding a person's past that can negatively affect their current disposition

Examples

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Mute
1.
I need this, I need to go blonde because I'm sick of playing it safe.
2.
And I've never gotten to rebel.
3.
And I'm done being a walnut pussy.
4.
Um, I feel like you're carrying some baggage
5.
I don't have baggage! Sorry. I don't have baggage.
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19:32 / --:--
Mute
1.
And now Cesar is alone in Prophets territory and really, truly screwed.
2.
You one dead Santo.
3.
I mean, he gets away but it doesn't help much because he really is out of options.
4.
He eventually decides to run away,
5.
starting a new life somewhere without all the baggage of Freeridge.
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9:46 / --:--
Mute
1.
So here I am in this space, and my job, and any stress related to my job — It was gone.
2.
And I felt lighter in my body.
3.
And imagine all of the relationships in the external world
4.
and any stressors related to any of those — They were gone.
5.
And I felt this sense of peacefulness.
6.
And imagine what it would feel like to lose 37 years of emotional baggage!
7.
Oh! I felt euphoria.
8.
Euphoria.