Kef/averse

The most important rule in Catholic school was this: students must not fall into a kef, and must always remain averse to any kind of happiness, especially during classes. The number two most important rule: pregnancy pacts are strongly frowned upon.

–Cindy Capleton

I’m not averse to a bit of Mary Jane and a good kef, but I do realize such behavior is not yet professionally acceptable. Until then, I plan to play by the rules at my new job: all suits, no recreational drug use.
-Gladys Potter

After a successful trip to Sonic one cannot help but fall into a most delightful kef, and one will not be averse to slumbering in the back of a minivan, until they are awoken by their own flatulence.
-wrightless smalls

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