Catch Word #201 – Emotional baggage

Not all of our experiences in life are positive. Sometimes life is difficult or even traumatic. In this Catch Word episode, Andrew and Jeremy discuss English terms to use when speaking about emotional baggage and our past experiences.

Fun facts

The emotional baggage of the brothers in the film The Darjeeling Limited was not just metaphorical. Louis Vuitton made a special luggage collection for the film. The bags ended up playing an important role in the arc of the story.

Expressions included in the study guide

  • Emotional baggage
  • Drama
  • Brain fog
  • To name names
  • To drive [someone] up the wall
  • To shoot some hoops

Credit: Something Elated by Broke For Free

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