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    I'm not the only etymology nerd here!!!

    yeah... it's always the simple words I forget too... I never forget the cool words that nobody knows what they mean

    this brings on fits of swearing
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I'm not the only etymology nerd here!!!

    yeah... it's always the simple words I forget too... I never forget the cool words that nobody knows what they mean

    this brings on fits of swearing


    My favorite word is callipygous, tee hee.

    Look up Hot For Words on youtube, that chick is awesome.
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    oooh... good word! and you posted one of her vids in your blog, so I stalked more of them... she IS awesome

    I love the word shillelagh
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