The way

wan·ton
–adjective

1. done, shown, used, etc., maliciously or unjustifiably: a wanton attack; wanton cruelty.
2.  deliberate and without motive or provocation; uncalled-for; headstrong; willful: Why jeopardize your career in such a wanton way?
3. without regard for what is right, just, humane, etc.; careless; reckless: a wanton attacker of religious convictions.
4. sexually lawless or unrestrained; loose; lascivious; lewd: wanton behavior.
5. extravagantly or excessively luxurious, as a person, manner of living, or style.
6. luxuriant, as vegetation.

(From dictionary.com)

Obviously I’m not the above, or at least not all. It’s just that I came across this word long ago in an article and it dawned on me that it was the coolest adjective ever. Never heard of it being used other than when people order that dish in the hawker centre. =x

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