It never feels like a library here. It's an open concept room with a green accent wall that manages to just miss being hospital green. That's good, I suppose. The rest of the walls are made up of a combination of bricks with industrial-feel paint slopped onto them and exposed red brick which is almost pretty. Paintings try to lighten the atmosphere, but most of them are dedicated to students who died too early. So they don't really work.
The badly stocked library shelves -- (this is when I was kicked out of the library.)
This is all for the better, as my descriptive writing can be aptly described by the word meh.
I could go into the etymology of the word. I think I will. Basically, Bart and Lisa said the word on The Simpsons this one time. That is all.*
So "meh" went from obscurity to being on a watchlist of Oxford English Dictionary for official word status. Words spread at an incredibly fast rate, especially with the internet being around to help them.
That being said, some words are dying. Marvelous words like gypsation, phylargyrist, and tudiculate** have already left our lexicon. Fallaciloquence, starrify, quotientive, quaeritate. This is why you can adopt a word at savethewords.com.
I picked coherentific.
Which word will you adopt?
*Not strictly true. Some people speculate that it comes from the Yiddish "feh," which pretty much translates to "screw it." That origin has been lost to the sands of time and Western animation.
** In order: Coating something with gypsum, a lover of money, and pound or bruise.