|The forgetfulness felt immediately after being given directions
|stress confusion travel
|The act of unintentionally or inadvertently demolishing your own argument in the process of defending your view
|Figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms appear in conjunction
|Jungle of traffic signs; a street so crowded with signs that you become lost
|Directly "Yes, No", but often used when there is nothing else to say, or one is stumped.
|"Cannot read the air” and jokingly applies to people who struggle to read social situations
|The state of not knowing how you really feel about something, which forces you to sift through clues hidden in your behavior