Nevertheless, in a cover story for GQ magazine in 2013, Mars said "I was young, man!
I wasn't thinking", he added: "I was given a number one record and I'm out doing dumb sh--." Mars confessed that he lied to the authorities about having done cocaine before, saying "I don't know where that came from", adding: "I was really intoxicated.
Its rhymes, dip, sip, quip, drip, pip, tip, slip, and so forth, add to a connotation of minor labile action.
Discussions of phonesthesia are often grouped with other phenomena under the rubric of sound symbolism.
Examples of phonesthemes in English (i.e., aside from "gl-"), include "sn-", related to the mouth or nose, as in "snarl", "snout", "snicker", "snack", and so on; and there is also a set of words starting with "sl-", which appears in words denoting frictionless motion, like "slide", "slick", "sled", and so on - which are themselves a subset of a larger set of words beginning with sl- that are pejorative behaviours, traits, or events: slack, slouch, sludge, slime, slosh, slash, sloppy, slug, sluggard, slattern, slut, slang, sly, slither, slow, sloth, sleepy, sleet, slip, slipshod, slope, slit, slay, sleek, slant, slovenly, slab, slap, slough, slum, slump, slobber, slaver, slur, slog, slate.The Russian Formalists were the first to examine these questions in a systematic fashion.They took the position that the phonological structure of poetry has a function beyond the decorative, and should be an object of study in its own right.A further phonesthetic phenomenon, ablaut phonesthesia, mimics the paradigm of a strong verb like swim : swam : swum with internal vowel change or apophony.B ERGEN University of Hawai'iat Manoa The psychological reality of English phonaesthemes is demonstrated through aprimingexperi-mentwithnative speakers of American English.The root cause lies at the inability of modal languages to refer to the world states which hampers agent reasoning about the connection of its mental attitudes and its world.