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Your Favourite Word

Discussion in 'Whatnots' started by Uytuun, Jan 25, 2005.

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    6. Pimp-mobile...

    Futurama fans will understand...

    The F-word is also a handy one. It's just a useful all-purpose expletive, so it ranks pretty highly. I even think it's more useful than "oh, shazbot!" sometimes. But only sometimes.

    Because it's so damn funny, that's why! You insert it into conversation and it instantly draws a grin. Hell, that was even a nickname for my brother.
     
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    Eviscerate. Failing that vivisect, but not many people casually know what that means so the point may be lost.
    Seriously, it sounds too cool when you are threatening someone eg. *insert venomous tone here* "If you don't take your hand off me and back away I will eviscerate you so quickly that you will see your heart fall out of your chest before you die." LMFAO you should see the looks that generates... :evil:

    Effective though, the weasley ones always blanch if they aren't too drunk.

    On a lighter note: A great writer once said (and here my memory fails me terrribly because for the life of me I cannot recall who it was but anyway) that "The most beautiful combination of words in the english language was 'Cellar Door'..." don't ask me why but I think so too.
     
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    That was Tolkien :)
     
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    Drugar And now... we wait! Veteran

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    emphasis
     
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    [​IMG] Thanks, Aikanaro. :thumb: I knew that sounded familiar but couldn't put my finger on it, ever have that feeling? Frustrating isn't it. :bang: :bang: :bang:
     
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    Amethyst.

    It just sounds skippy cool. And it's my birthstone.
     
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    I agree with Loerand:

    Though and Although

    For a curseword it would be:

    Maggots :D
     
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    Actually, many/most words that you find in The international House of Logorrhea which is a free online dictionary of Unusual and Weird Words.

    I found that while trying to find out what that one word meaning "drought resistant" was. And I found the word! I find it really nifty (nifty is also a nice word). It is "Xerophylic" (It was in my geography book last year. It was used to describe a baobab tree. But that book is still in my locker at school, and we have holidays right now.) That's also one of my favourite words.
     
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    I remembered something!

    [eviscerated]

    ps. tal will eviscerate me if he reads this :)

    [Don't post crap like that.] -Tal

    [ February 09, 2005, 19:02: Message edited by: Taluntain ]
     
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    I have no idea what that post said, but it couldn't possibly be as funny as it stands now. :)
     
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    Watch out! Now we get our posts 'eviscerated'. Sounds ominous.
     
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    The Magpie Balance, in all things Veteran

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    Nubbins!!! :D
     
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    Hoo Hoo Hoo! That was so evisceratingly funny! Sorry Tal, but that really was funny.

    Paggonias! or Puhggoniaz!
     
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    Callipygous
     
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    Whatyurrandombabble?
     
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    Tomfoolery. Why? Don't ask.
     
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    Silly
     
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    anything said with an accent, like british or austrailian. My faves are yonder, pecan (pronounced properly, its PEE CAN) right (RAHT), y'all, and oil, (i don't know how to properly spell it like I say it but here goes... OHL?) Hehehe, say that to a darn yankee, and they won't know what the hell yer sayin. yer is good too. Now that I have thoroughly butchered the English language, a few proper words. Raven (natch ;) ) darlin', blonde, and opaque. Sorry this is so long, they all sound awesome when you say em. Oh and seduce is exotic sounding. :shake:
     
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