Something we all crave, but can never truly find. The closest we can get to escape is lighting up some good weed and just trying to forget all our problems in this hell we call life, but still we can never truly find it
by Blinkerrr February 10, 2015
A Tuxedo Mix Domestic American Shorthair Cat born in the month of July 2006 and adopted to a loving family a few weeks later after being found in the engine compartment of a Ford Escape (hence the name.) Had the tendency to be a jerk but always loved everyone (JUST DONT TOUCH HIS PAWS OR BELLY.) Loved Skittles and popcorn for some reason, but always was a weirdo so that's to be expected. Later in his life he ended up getting a baby brother named Benni and showed him lots of love and care and taught him how to be a weirdo as well.
Escape passed away January of 2019 after living a very wonderful joyous life. He looks down upon his family members always with them for every moment. He knows he will see his family when the time comes and is waiting patiently with plenty of fresh food and treats as far as his eyes can see.
by D-Street1321 November 11, 2021
by Bisk an Fuzz May 19, 2008
by AFantasist February 1, 2011
Originating in the time of Confucius and closely linked with Taoism, it includes all activities, hobbies, and moments (for example, self-realizations and other forms of enlightenment) that induces a state of detachment, euphoria, occasionally memory loss, and can also often leads to adventure.
Escapeism can also be defined as a philosophy or "way" of life. The Escapeist philosophy can be defined in four parts (all of which have infinite potential to combine to fit each individuals' path):
1. The inclination to break free from confinement or control.
2. The ability to successfully avoid dangerous or unpleasant things.
3. A mastering of the art of escape to somewhere or from somewhere through certain rituals or activities specific to each individual.
4. A partiality to or impulse for temporary distraction from reality or routine.
Escapeism is not a religion, it does not involve any kind of deity, but rather a path of life and/or state of mind which exists as means of promoting compelling experiences which allow the individual to enjoy a transient, yet genuine and fulfilling euphoria.
by Charlie Grassfield July 14, 2008
by Hetalian_Hell November 27, 2019
Escapings - noun - Pubic hairs that escape the confines of a girl's swimsuit. Unlike strays, which are missed shavings, escapings are evidence of no shaving whatsoever; they are the escapings of a very full bush.
by youngpineapple March 3, 2014