Let us define "good odd" as anything that is wonderful but strange, enigmatic, extraordinarily fantastic, and lovely. For some, it's simply strange. The bad strange: ghostly, unsettling, eerie, and otherworldly. It sounds unusual but not so bad. The mediocre strange: interesting but not particularly wonderful or fun. And then there is the good strange: delightful, amusing, and entertaining. This oddity is so appealing that it becomes hard to resist.
We love weird things! Weird food, movies, music, books, art... the list goes on and on. We think they are all interesting in their own way. Some people dislike most forms of entertainment with the exception of one thing: weird stuff! So naturally, we want to know what kind of weirdness is worth getting excited about.
There are two types of weirdness: subjective and objective. Subjective weirdness is when you feel something is weird even though everyone else doesn't. You may have an idea what is considered normal behavior for your community, and someone else's bizarre action or statement might not seem so strange because it follows what others expect from them. For example, if the majority of people you know laugh at angry people, then laughing at someone who is angry would not be very strange. Objective weirdness is when something is found to be objectively strange by scientists.
It has a favorable meaning. "Weird," on the other hand, is a powerful term with negative overtones. Strange creates a sensation of skepticism or estrangement among people. It makes them feel that what you are doing or saying isn't right. That it goes against common sense or what we know to be true about the world. This is why strange things can be fun or interesting, but only if you keep in mind that they are also weird.
Weird things are a part of life. You cannot avoid them entirely, so why not enjoy them instead of letting them scare you? If something weird happens to you, don't panic. Take a deep breath and think carefully before you react. Maybe call someone you trust and tell them what happened so they will know not to worry about you.
Weird things may help us understand ourselves and the world around us better. Sometimes we need distractions to make more sense of our lives. When you watch a scary movie or play a funny video game, you are being distracted by something weird. This allows you to forget about your problems for a while. So next time you find yourself stuck at work and need a break, try working on a project that deals with science fiction or fantasy.
Weird adjective: out of the norm in a way that piques one's interest or arouses suspicion. Normal is an antonym for weird in bizarre themes. That said, something that is normal does not have to be boring.
There are two ways to look at things: either as normal or as weird. If you think about it, most things are actually kind of weird. For example, flowers are pretty strange objects; they seem to have no useful purpose and their parts are often contradictory (like the rose's red petals but white pistils). But we know what flowers are for and we still find them interesting even though we understand why they are unique. So, considering how weird flowers are, it would make sense if we called them normal things.
Now, back to our example: trees are also kind of weird/bizarre/strange. They grow straight up in the ground with no visible roots, yet every year they produce new small shoots that grow into new trees. Trees are also normal things because we know what they're for and we still find them interesting even though we know how they work. Thus, calling trees "normal" things is correct.
In conclusion, something can be weird without being normal and vice versa. Flowers and trees are normal things although they're weird at the same time.
Exotic, erratic, unusual, outlandish, quirky, quaint, distinctive, and unique are some synonyms for strange. While all of these terms signify "difference from what is customary, typical, or to be anticipated," "strange" emphasizes unfamiliarity and might refer to the alien, the unnatural, or the unexplained. In science, philosophy, and literature, it is used to describe phenomena or events that lie beyond our experience or knowledge.
How did he get there? He was exicted down the road!
They said she was crazy, but I knew she was just exotic. They called him weird, but I knew he was just strange. They said his actions were outrageous, but I knew they were just exotic. She cried wolf many times, but I still heard her when she sre barked up the tree.
The word "exotic" is derived from the Greek eksotikos, meaning "out of place." Thus, something exotic is something out of its normal environment or context. For example, an animal that lives in the jungle is an ex-otic animal; it's not adapted to live in the house with us. Exotics need special care and should not be left alone for long periods of time because they may suffer injury from falling over unguarded fences or being hit by a car while sunbathing on the lawn.