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Good vocabularies run amuck: What are your favorite words?
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Apr 12th 2010

That's not a deck. This is a deck.

Apr 12th 2010

I just now saw this. Another meaning of "deck." It's the second post on the page.

Apr 19th 2010

Henry the 8th had Tudorgasms.

Apr 19th 2010

Meanwhile, Sauron has Mordorgasms.

Apr 19th 2010

This orgasm game seems to get harder the longer we play it.

I just mean, there are only so many -or words.

Apr 19th 2010

Good pointgasm.

Apr 19th 2010

Hagasm!

Apr 19th 2010

This orgasm game seems to get harder and longer

Apr 19th 2010

Let's not play this game any moregasm.

Apr 22nd 2010

Dissuade is a great word. It's very... smooth.

Jun 13th 2010

Here's an informative video about spelling bees.

Jun 13th 2010

That was...academic.

Jun 30th 2010 edited

"New" "Slang".

How is "dang" new? Weren't there "loose" women a hundred years ago? Some of them are just incorrect. Just...weird.

Jun 30th 2010

That list has "fetch" on it so, by the transitive property, it is crap.

Jun 30th 2010

Aw, I love the transitive property. Bu tit's disappointing that you didn't show your work. The transitive property's best when it's explained.

Aug 13th 2010

cryptozoology

cryptosporidium

Aug 17th 2010

Crypt Keeper

Aug 17th 2010

crapulous (also crapulent): suffering from excessive eating or drinking; given to gross intemperance in eating or drinking

crepuscular: like twilight; dim; of an animal, active at dawn and dusk.

Aug 18th 2010

Speaking of which, Craptastic really should be an accepted word.

Aug 18th 2010

Craptacular as well.

Meanwhile, cryptoquote.

Sep 30th 2010

What's a word for the opposite of freedom, other than oppression?

Sep 30th 2010

Something left to lose.

Sep 30th 2010

Nice

How about 'Something that doesn't cost $1.05?'

Sep 30th 2010

What's a word for the opposite of freedom

Congress?

Sep 30th 2010

Slavery? Enslavement? Imprisonment? Detention? Prison Boxing Leagues?

Sep 30th 2010

Incarceration?

Sep 30th 2010

Something left to lose.

griefbone for the win.

Nov 5th 2010

Funnily

Jan 10th 2011

Analgesic. I mean, really?

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