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7 comments:

Rimshot said...

I hipped my pinesses in the collycok once. I walked with a limp for days.

Common Tater said...

Is this one of those mystery wrapped in an enigma thingamabobs?

katherine. said...

most of your readers are either british...or have british english knowledge...or are married to a brit.

me?
I don't know half of these words.

I, Like The View said...

katherine sadly being British has nothing to do with it - these are some of my saved word vers, thus they only have a meaning if you attribute one to them. . .

. . .works in any language!

donnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn yes

if you'd like it to be

shot sounds painful

Gordie said...

When I saw the word 'pinesses' I read it as 'princesses'. Then I thought of those funny waitresses in the nightclub in Blackpool.

And I then went on the NASA website and read an article about 'the criteria for scomble trials'.

It must be Friday...

Mel said...

I dare say I was amused by the word vers. LOL

But yaknow how easily amused *I* am!

Mig said...

Have you noticed how they're all pretending to be words these days? Amazing how many words there are around that we still haven't given meanings to. (excuse my grammar)
I would like a working collycok. It sounds useful.