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Re: Can you make water float on oil ?
« Reply #25 on: 03/12/2005 00:48:17 »
I couldn't resist.  I typed 'psymorphic-fractulization' into google, and it came up with the message:
"Did you mean: polymorphic fractualization"

So I clicked on that, and it said:
"Your search - polymorphic fractualization - did not match any documents."

Doh!

 

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Re: Can you make water float on oil ?
« Reply #26 on: 03/12/2005 00:54:49 »
Talking about new words in the English language, I've come up with a new one myself: I use the word "peperami" in place of the word "roadkill".  (Inspired by the advert - you know, the one that says "Peperami - it's a bit of an animal.")

(Maybe you can all help to make its usage so common that it eventually appears in the dictionary.  Next time you see a dead animal by the side of the road, say to the other people in your car "that's well peperamied, isn't it!")
 

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