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01 Mar 2009, 11:20 pm

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I love Kilimanjaro
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And surreptitiously


What's the arrow for?



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01 Mar 2009, 11:27 pm

anencephaly- it means no brain and most humans suffer from this condition, yes it is a real condition
stuff
money
um- in Toastmasters they shoot you for saying this word!
think
cute
confusion or confused



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02 Mar 2009, 12:23 am

Oh I can't stop myself.......

MOIST!! !! !


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02 Mar 2009, 1:24 am

Padium wrote:
invisiblem0nsters wrote:
I love Kilimanjaro
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And surreptitiously


What's the arrow for?

Cause it's in my location


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03 Mar 2009, 11:13 pm

Glossolalia. There's just so much tongue flapping to be done when pronouncing this word, which is ironic because it means speaking in tongues. I've never had a chance to actually use this word, though.

Fling. Just because it's much more humorous to fling something out the window than to simply throw it out the window.



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04 Mar 2009, 2:08 am

Kajjie wrote:
spudnik - lol what does that mean?

I like the word trichotillomania. I feel a bit bad for liking it because it's a medical condition. But it's a brilliant word.

hehe thats whats called a Rickeyism
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04 Mar 2009, 5:29 am

UndercoverAlien wrote:
kanzensaishokushugisha


The German language has much nicer ones:

"Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetz"

One word!

More Info (Wiki - Engl.)



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04 Mar 2009, 8:24 am

ineffably---I like to use that on rare occasions in my writing

scrumtrulescent---a Will Farrell classic


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04 Mar 2009, 9:22 am

i like snobby words. i like "troglodyte" said snobbily as an observation by an ignorant aristocrat. especially when they roll the "r".

other snobby words i like:

"trollop". (a cheaply dressed over made up woman who also seems dirty in a way)

"tawdry" ("what a tawdry display")

i also like the word "baboon" as said as an insult to a silly person who made a majorly destructive mistake. eg "you palsied baboon!! !!"

as far as groups of words is concerned (i know that this thread is about single words and i will only post one group of words), i heard 2 old snobby ladies talking to each other once about another woman. one said "oh she's a common as muck!"

i really liked the way she said it and i repeated it in my head thousands of times.

for all my examples, you have to say them with the expression i drew below. (camera is devoid of flash).


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04 Mar 2009, 6:52 pm

I like dood
because it's a palindrome
and Obtuse.



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04 Mar 2009, 7:33 pm

Dreich is probably my favourite word. I like other words with the -ch in them too, like loch or och.



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04 Mar 2009, 7:45 pm

Freedom


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04 Mar 2009, 9:01 pm

My favorite word is "success".



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07 Mar 2009, 3:23 am

pwn.


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07 Mar 2009, 9:49 am

Chaddies.