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Old 01-19-2008, 03:27 PM   #1
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...what would be your word?

Mine would be "spilk". That would mean "recovered milk from a spill".
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"Nother"

As in the phrase "Well that'* a whole nother situation"
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do you drink spilk?
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Yup. In powdered form.
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"Spork". A combination fork and spoon, in which the bowl area of the spoon is cut away into short fork tines. The most useful utensil known to humanity, with the exception of the towel.
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"Spork". A combination fork and spoon, in which the bowl area of the spoon is cut away into short fork tines. The most useful utensil known to humanity, with the exception of the towel.
pretty sure thats taken
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Isn't that word already in existance?

Ziode - this replaces "zener diode". Kinda like that word actually
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Yup. In powdered form.
ahh. i drink that once in a while, if i run out of normal milk and dont feel like going out
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Ah, misunderstood the thread there. Lemme see......Well the one word that I know I've created is obscene and won't get past the filters.

Oh wait, every so often I say something is "DROKE", as in "baD bROKE".
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Not bad....

Got another one. Nunja. Has two meanings.

1) As a noun, one of the elite female members of the Catholic Church, trained in the martial arts. They usually are the heads of Catholic Schools, and wield ruler shurikens.

2) As a simple replacement for "None of your". "Why did ya ask? It'* nunja damn business!"
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