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Vocabulary Builder Thread by Beefy McBeeferson - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 16:59:14 EST ID:K/FdBrx6 No.4482181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This is called a pauldron.

Teach me some words /b/
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Beefy McBeeferson - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 17:01:36 EST ID:K/FdBrx6 No.4482182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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That pyramid in the background is actually called a 'ziggurat'
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Beefy McBeeferson - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 17:07:31 EST ID:K/FdBrx6 No.4482185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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a 3 paneled artwork is called a 'triptych'
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Asya - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 17:09:11 EST ID:UlpOtTNq No.4482187 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4482185
This is called phimosis.
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Asya - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 17:11:28 EST ID:UlpOtTNq No.4482190 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4482187
This one is just a regular dick.
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Alabaster Abernather - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 17:14:01 EST ID:gs9OH9zD No.4482193 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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A Mondegreen is a mishearing of song lyrics. Like, instead of hearing
>Excuse me while I kiss the sky
you hear and misconstrue the lyrics as
>excuse me while I kiss this guy.
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Boo - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 17:15:35 EST ID:/8pz0Bqp No.4482194 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482181
>This is called a pauldron.

Not when it's made of plastic for halloween costumes. Real pauldrons are designed to actually be worn over chainmail and hard leather, or are built as part of a set of armor.

(Full armor was normally only really worn by nobility who didn't do any actual fighting so full sets of armor are basically just red flags that whoever is wearing it is a delicate upper-crust pussy who probably can't even swing their sword properly)
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Beefy McBeeferson - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 17:23:09 EST ID:K/FdBrx6 No.4482196 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4482194

> hard leather

So over something like this?
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Royce Gracie - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 17:45:40 EST ID:tGKIYGJC No.4482203 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4482196
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DaiMon Torrot - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 17:59:28 EST ID:uEtgEeCw No.4482207 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482206

Them's fightin' words.
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Baba Booey - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 18:04:59 EST ID:wVNhX9vo No.4482209 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't know any words???
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OliverBillingman.txt - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 18:15:13 EST ID:v4g06N+j No.4482211 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482193
Cool, I never knew there was a word for that particular scenario.

Whenever you're sad for no discernible reason, you're melancholic.
The next time you need a synonym for "ignorant," go with nescient, which means "lacking knowledge."

Dope thread, OP, I'll try to remember some other really good words.
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Chris Jericho - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 18:49:21 EST ID:6HaaYXjS No.4482220 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Cavort means to fuck around and have fun, in both a sexual or non-sexual sense.
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Connor Brapsack - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 19:46:45 EST ID:pNiwJi+H No.4482241 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't know what is words. Op please I need to learn words because I know not what they be. Teach me to read, please? And speak. Am I missing anything?
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Awesome Kong - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 20:45:58 EST ID:odJLy/7O No.4482256 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4482181

Mook, noun, \ˈmük\

Definition of mook: You.

Example of "mook" used in a sentence:

"Why?! 'Cause you're a fuckin' mook, that's why!"
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Sil - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 20:52:59 EST ID:aMK4xO7q No.4482257 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A malapropism is using an incorrect variation of an idiom. Ricky uses these constantly.

Take it for granite, not exactly rocket appliances, etc.
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Lady Henry - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 23:32:25 EST ID:iYLiF4k+ No.4482303 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Mycology: the study of mushrooms and other fungi
Infundibuliform: in mycology, infundibuliform means "having a funnel shaped cap"
Pic related. These are false chanterelles, an infundibuliform fungus.
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Giovanni Cassini - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 00:33:52 EST ID:0KuobLAt No.4482322 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have a giant text file of new words I've been updating for years. Last entry:
"deleterious"
causing harm or damage
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Henry Siggledon - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 04:40:17 EST ID:jO0SiF9R No.4482365 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Castellated is castle as an adjective. This is a castellated beam, made by two halves which resemble the top of a castle's fortification.
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Richter Bellemont - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 04:47:19 EST ID:6XzKsDef No.4482367 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Crenellations are the toothy pattern in top of castle towers, made up of alternating merlons and crenels
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William Huggins - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 05:36:58 EST ID:O9FOoZ96 No.4482371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482367
That nasty bitch got a nice set a' merlons, nomesaiyan
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John Nord - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 06:05:20 EST ID:fgh5bszU No.4482372 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482367
I always call em barricades, but what I mean is battlements.
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NathanielGubberstone.tga - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 06:26:41 EST ID:MIX3gS9P No.4482376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
te Reo Maori

>kia ora - hello, thank you
>tu meke - too much
>haere mai - welcome
>haere ra - goodbye
>mana - respect, power
>turangawaewae - place to stand, place of origin, home
>mahi - work
>iwi - tribe
>hapu - subtribe
>whanau - family
>whakapapa - genealogy
>aroha - love
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Dr. Chris Kelvin - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 06:38:47 EST ID:zTSgSou0 No.4482378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482181
Seppuku
To kill yourself for dishonouring your aberdeen angus
Nb, knowledge is the key to uranus
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Outdo Drobro - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 06:52:06 EST ID:xTHOqgyN No.4482380 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This is a valknut.
It is shows Odin's power to bind and unbind with words.
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Cate Archer - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 07:30:13 EST ID:BDBATWvG No.4482385 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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A few useful words I think everyone should know and use more often.

  1. Irrumatio: To kiss playfully on the cheek. ex. Can I irrumatio your face?

2. Prolapse: A huge grin; wide smile. ex. I can see Meg's prolapse from a mile away.

3. Spacedocking: Surprising someone, usually with a gift or a greeting. ex. Jerome was spacedocking Nancy in front of his parents.

4. stallion: (Slang) A goofy and eccentric individual. ex. Rufus is such a stallion.

5. Gokkun: A Japanese word for cheers. ex. Naomi and Warren gokkun and bottoms up their entire pint.

6. Figging: A German children's game involving a ginger root. ex. Chang has been figging with strangers since this morning.

7. Blumpkin: An immature pumpkin. ex. The Marshalls greeted us with blumpkins all over our house.

8. Necrophilia: To crack open a cold one. ex. I think my neighbor enjoys necrophilia.
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Yeggie - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 08:33:50 EST ID:CfncNOLc No.4482394 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>persocomm

A personal computer with a kawaii human form

"Did you learn how to turn your persocomm on yet?"
"My persocomm got stuck in a boot load sequence after I turned it on and off too many times this morning"
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Stephanie McMahon-Levesque - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 10:35:57 EST ID:6HaaYXjS No.4482428 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Copulate. It means "to fuck".
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Joseph-Louis Lagrange - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 13:45:40 EST ID:DqcGD9pe No.4482482 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sfacism: italian semen
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Dr. Chris Kelvin - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 15:20:57 EST ID:zTSgSou0 No.4482519 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482181
Detrius
That's not a bad'un
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Cody McKenzie - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 16:21:12 EST ID:wKUOb4Nv No.4482546 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4482257
This is a great thread, OP. I've recently learned quite a few new terms:
Syncope describes when someone leaves out part of a word while pronouncing it. E.g. "Probably" being pronounced as "prob-ly."
Taciturn is the state of not being talkative.
Conversely, if someone has a word or two for everything, you might call them loquacious.
Do you hear the quiet whispering of the stream? They call it a susurrus.
Perspicacity is the quality of keen insight.

Seriously, this is a solid thread. Teach me something!
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Keegan Friedman - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 16:24:21 EST ID:nQwRwCDX No.4482547 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Jorge Skayde Rivera - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 17:01:46 EST ID:quDyE0V4 No.4482566 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482547
We need the definition and context too if we're going to embiggen our vocabularies.
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Worker Ant - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 17:31:28 EST ID:lMGAniMI No.4482592 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I learned this word just the other day

>Erythrism or erythrochroism refers to an unusuaI reddish pigmentation of an animaI's fur, hair, skin, feathers, or eggshells.

cos a friend took a photo of a common brown lizard but it was bright red
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Worker Ant - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 17:33:24 EST ID:lMGAniMI No.4482594 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4482592
here's the photo. apparently a record occurrence for this species (cuban brown anole)
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William Lassell - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 17:34:51 EST ID:AY2sA9e5 No.4482596 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482546
Syncope is also the medical term for fainting.

Armor for any part of the arm is called a brace. Bracelet literally means "little arm armor". Armor specifically for the section of arm between wrist and elbow is called a vambrace; literally "forearm."
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Scott Hall - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 17:36:43 EST ID:FSKweLGN No.4482597 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4482367

>Merlon Brawndo
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Lydia Honeybury - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 17:59:02 EST ID:9vkhWhOP No.4482614 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482546
In middle school my latin teacher nicknamed one kid Tacitus because he never speaks and taciturn has a similar latin root meaning quiet.

Perspicacity also has another form: perspicaciousness. If your speech is perspicuous, it means you have clearly expressed yourself. However, your speech cannot be perspicacious (but you can) as that only means to have discerning vision. I used to say that my perspicaciousness far exceeded my perspicacity, trying to say basically that my powers of perception were better than my powers of expression before I realized that perspicacity did not refer to the quality of expression but rather actually means exactly the same thing as perspicaciousness. Whoever invented this stupid language trolled me with that one.
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Lydia Honeybury - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 18:10:46 EST ID:9vkhWhOP No.4482618 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482596
That reminds me of another good one, to syncopate in a musical sense is to accent the beats that are not normally accented in a rhythm.
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Bob Blunton - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 22:08:07 EST ID:sYPuaqyF No.4482710 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Chiaroscuro

it's a pattern of light and dark like the shadow of the chain link fence
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Zhikov Gorkfuck - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 22:11:51 EST ID:vcLbk4s2 No.4482711 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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stallion·old
ˈkəkəld,-ōld/
noun
the husband of an adulteress, often regarded as an object of derision.
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Antonin Carême - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 22:47:38 EST ID:5QFgSuRE No.4482718 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482711
bruh, the stallion is the one doing to fucking. the stallion is the sad fuck just sitting watching.
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Antonin Carême - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 22:48:54 EST ID:5QFgSuRE No.4482719 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482718
>the stallion is the sad fuck just sitting watching
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Antonin Carême - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 22:49:54 EST ID:5QFgSuRE No.4482720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482719
igu, cat planeted
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Bob Blunton - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 22:50:18 EST ID:sYPuaqyF No.4482721 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482719
yeah you're new around here
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Archie Funkindock - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 22:54:24 EST ID:VPtF908Y No.4482723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4482720
>>4482718
>>4482719
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Sean Sherk - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 23:55:55 EST ID:FSKweLGN No.4482735 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4482711

>memeing miscgenation

Shlomo, pls, don't you got some shekels to scrounge elsewhere
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Joseph Lockyer - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 07:53:28 EST ID:tOklfL9l No.4482829 Ignore Report Quick Reply
estrenous momentarily explorationating the macrostepoliation of my nuts going abliss the midst of the curiusness of the wordingsness which makes zeroness senses all over my stratospherical meaningstrikeness
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Teacher Graham - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 10:33:06 EST ID:fBiWA1le No.4482875 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482756
seriously though, head back to cripplechan.
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Esther Bosslefetch - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 12:15:17 EST ID:3Yp4Niv3 No.4482916 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482915

Mad at people who use dickchan? Yes.
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James Martin - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 12:21:15 EST ID:iYLiF4k+ No.4482919 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482756
What people like you don't realize is that everyone is equally worthless, skin color is irrelevant. Humanity as a whole deserves a nuclear holocaust.
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Frank Mir - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 12:54:02 EST ID:394I3Foh No.4482926 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482919
not wite ppl doe hue hue muh skin color omg so meaningful
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Sean Sherk - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 13:48:05 EST ID:FSKweLGN No.4482944 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4482916
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Sean Sherk - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 13:51:27 EST ID:FSKweLGN No.4482946 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482919

nihilism is not the answer son.

read Nietzsche and Jung
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Bernard Loiseau - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 14:11:38 EST ID:GEAaW5+D No.4482958 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Intercrural. "Between the thighs".
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Painter Eugene - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 16:33:40 EST ID:LrB4gZ3l No.4483006 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482241
I can teach you to read, but it's gonna be super weird and kinky.
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Stink Pinkling - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 16:39:18 EST ID:aR3rM9pm No.4483009 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4482946
continental philosophy a shit. Jung seems ok though.
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Sean Sherk - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 16:53:37 EST ID:FSKweLGN No.4483023 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4483009

so I'm a type 1 white supremacist now? But I don't even lynch niggeгs
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Bernardo Calvera - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 16:57:33 EST ID:UiPZqbmm No.4483027 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4483023
You clearly dont know shit about France too.
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Elizabeth Cutler - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 22:48:08 EST ID:KoYJSzLX No.4483217 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4483027

France?

Is that the club where Lance Vance does his ants in his pants dance perchance?
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Paulo Filho - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 22:51:40 EST ID:WI1bKUs6 No.4483219 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4483217

Is that animation from GTA Vice City?
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Tokey McWeed - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 22:58:04 EST ID:Lx1sE7FI No.4483222 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I really like the word shibboleth. It's a word people use to signal they're part of an in group. Sort of like how people from San Francisco exclusively refer to their city as "Frisco" to indicate that they're true born natives to other natives... and to shun/confuse outsiders.
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Bob Blunton - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 23:19:49 EST ID:Jxh0HNYT No.4483235 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4483222
>Sort of like how people from San Francisco exclusively refer to their city as "Frisco" to indicate that they're true born natives to other natives... and to shun/confuse outsiders.
r u troln?
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OliverSottingset.gid - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 23:49:43 EST ID:cwoMNHuo No.4483238 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4483235

You're obviously not from Frisco
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Bob Blunton - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 23:59:22 EST ID:Jxh0HNYT No.4483239 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4483238
I opened my apartment window just now and took this picture. Don't tell me I'm not from San Fran
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Aqua Leader Doris - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 00:12:37 EST ID:pTfoqwHk No.4483242 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4483222
noooooooope

Ess Eff
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Leon Belmont - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 00:37:48 EST ID:Mi2Ohg7E No.4483257 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4483222
"Phoneme" is the word for a sound used to make words. "Th" "sh" "ch" "v" "f" "p" "b" are all phonemes in English that many languages do not have, or they have one but not the others. For example, Arabic has "b"and "f" but not "p", while they do have three different "h" sounds with corresponding letters.

"Shiboleth" comes to the English language through the bible. Hebrews can say every phoneme in the word because their language has the phonemes. Their enemy at the time couldn't say "sh" and their allies couldn't say "th" (or some combination, been a while). At night, the Hebrews used shiboleth as a challenge word; anyone who could not say the word correctly was deemed a spy/enemy patrol and was murdered on the spot.

Why do Persians speak Farsi instead of "Parsi" or "Persian?" Because their neighbors are Arabs and can't say "p" so they swapped to a similar phoneme "f." We got the word from Arabs.
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OliverSottingset.gid - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 00:48:00 EST ID:cwoMNHuo No.4483265 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4483257

The coolest thing about english phonemes is that there are two "th" phonemes, and many native speakers don't realize it until it's pointed out. It's the difference between the "th" is "either" vs "ether."

Most often they're referred to as "thorn" (the unvoiced version) and "eth" (the voiced version). Thorn used to have it's own letter in english that looked something like þ, which looked a bit like y. The y in "ye olde shoppe" is actually meant to be a thorn, and is pronounced like th.
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Yutaka Ishinabe - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 00:54:14 EST ID:GEAaW5+D No.4483269 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Conjugation. It means "to join".
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Leon Belmont - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 00:54:58 EST ID:Mi2Ohg7E No.4483271 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4483265
My favorite phoneme is the French"j". It sounds like "sh" but "zh" instead. This is also a rare phoneme. English has a lot of rare phonemes. English doesn't have trills (rolling an "r" like Spanish does) or clicks, if anyone is wondering what we DON'T have in our lovely quilt of a lexicon.
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OliverSottingset.gid - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 00:59:34 EST ID:cwoMNHuo No.4483272 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4483271

Don't we have that in english too? The s in "pleasure". Or is it not distinct?
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Leon Belmont - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 01:05:58 EST ID:Mi2Ohg7E No.4483273 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4483272
We have it in English, yes, like the z in seizure, the last g in garage, the s in measure.
Those are also all loaned from French. ~1000AD the French took over Britain and gave us a lot of words.
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OliverSottingset.gid - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 01:15:52 EST ID:cwoMNHuo No.4483274 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4483273

Fair enough. Also, I love you Leon.
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Roger Lemli - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 01:24:07 EST ID:aR3rM9pm No.4483276 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4483273
>~1000AD the French took over Britain and gave us a lot of words.
It was also the lingua franca for a while. They were the world reserve currency and all of Europe and most of the world looked to them like a superpower. All educated people and higer class including royalty were influenced by the French and spoke French like most of the world speaks English today, with loanwords and word substitutes.

Listen to any middle class and up swede today and 10-30% of the words used will be English as we are totally dominated by American media and are also the best English as second language speakers in Europe.
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Leon Belmont - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 01:30:53 EST ID:Mi2Ohg7E No.4483279 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4483274
Good! Now that you are on my side, join my movement to reform our alphabet so we may assign a single phoneme to a single glyphs, eliminating digraphs and silent letters.
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Bob Blunton - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 01:35:21 EST ID:Jxh0HNYT No.4483281 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4483279
>Trying to make English anything but confusing and arbitrary
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Leon Belmont - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 01:42:16 EST ID:Mi2Ohg7E No.4483283 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4483281
"Who can spell correctly" is a classist demarcation, brother. One I militantly believe in being rid of. A barrier that must be broken before entering our post-scarcity birthright. Agree or die the death of a dog!
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Leon Belmont - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 01:56:56 EST ID:Mi2Ohg7E No.4483288 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4483276
"Lingua franca" means "French tongue/language," and is a phrase which means "a language everyone knows/thing everyone understands."
Money is a metaphorical lingua franca
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Roger Lemli - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 08:00:46 EST ID:O9FOoZ96 No.4483420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4483288
Whenever French people stay with me I always tell them about lingua franca, and how English is now "the French language."

Some of them haven't read much classic literature and so don't know how much their own language was used only just recently. But whether it's William the Conqueror invading England and the resulting influence/usefulness for the aristocracy to adopt French (and thus French becoming a big part of English), or Napoleon raping it up all over Europe and basically making French cool as shit, it's hugely influential in the modern world. Only just recently have they been relegated to the slightly snobbish, snubbed cowards that got run over in WW2. (History's memory is rather short in the mind of the common people.) Even despite that, people still associate France and the French language with culture, sophistication, and smelly armpits.
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Yutaka Ishinabe - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 13:29:20 EST ID:GEAaW5+D No.4483548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Lascivious. Proclivity to lewdness.
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Sophie Wiblingman - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 14:10:26 EST ID:OU1d8F+0 No.4483563 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dreams&imagination: something saxons do not have.
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Shit Tillingford - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 16:06:21 EST ID:e5236GNW No.4483625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4483563
Man you got a major hard on for Saxon people huh, did they touch your Welsh wee wee the wrong way? ] Do Welsh people hate the other British folk? Idk anything about how those subgroups feels abiut each other
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Swimmer♂ Graham - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 17:20:49 EST ID:4OoSxGxD No.4483661 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4483659
lol that sounds about right
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The Commandant - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 14:19:14 EST ID:dTXt8ift No.4484584 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Wanton. A synonym for "lustful".
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Daniel Boulud - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 14:29:58 EST ID:AxmB5NGs No.4484590 Ignore Report Quick Reply
apricity - the warmth of sunlight in winter
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Sophie Fezzlehan - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 19:16:34 EST ID:aMK4xO7q No.4484709 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4484590
Wow, that's good. Reminds me of one of my favorites, petrichor. The smell just as it starts to rain.

Did you know that smell comes from plants releasing a chemical that inhibits growth in other plants, so that new growth can't compete for their space?
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Yutaka Ishinabe - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 19:51:31 EST ID:j1XbcHbH No.4484720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4484590
>>4484709

Yeah. Nice.

Is there a word for rain on asphalt? Rain on a hot road has a pretty peculiar scent.
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Don Frye - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 19:55:54 EST ID:rbBnNA4I No.4484723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4484720
I seem to remember someone calling it ozone before but I could be wrong.

It always reminds me of when I used to skateboard. Skate all day in the sun and then head inside to play Tony Hawks on the gamecube when it started to rain/get cold.
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Ricardo Almeida - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 21:01:15 EST ID:iYLiF4k+ No.4484750 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Degustation: To taste something carefully, as to appreciate the flavor
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Alexander Romanov - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 22:09:04 EST ID:DPHkvLJD No.4484795 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4484750
Me gusta
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Ricardo Almeida - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 23:14:34 EST ID:iYLiF4k+ No.4484854 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4484795
Protip: google degustation porn

>nb
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Georges Blanc - Sun, 08 Jan 2017 21:45:13 EST ID:dTXt8ift No.4486173 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Promiscuous. It means "indiscriminate".
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Godiva - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 17:20:36 EST ID:qoESmarz No.4486521 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4486173
It means plain slutty

Contravallation : the ring of fortifications erected by besiegers around a besieged castle to keep people from coming out
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Ernest Brennernut - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 17:40:04 EST ID:HhyRflGo No.4486525 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Is there a word for when you think you see an old friend on the street, and then you remember they've passed away so it can't be them? Because I get that a lot, and it feels like something that should have a word.
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Kraid - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 17:44:18 EST ID:J0R+ne5r No.4486528 Ignore Report Quick Reply
"Risible"
Something that is so terrible it's good.
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Chani - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 17:44:58 EST ID:CfRW/pmg No.4486529 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4486525
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ShitBunwater.lnk - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 17:56:48 EST ID:O9FOoZ96 No.4486533 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4486528
That's a risible definition of risible.
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Jacob Kapteyn - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 20:03:20 EST ID:rbE3Zssz No.4486568 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4486529
lmao
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Latin Lover - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 20:50:32 EST ID:+uRu11la No.4486593 Ignore Report Quick Reply
circumlocution

The use of many words when fewer would suffice, especially in a deliberate attempt to be as vague as possible
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James Elliott - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 21:04:55 EST ID:HhyRflGo No.4486601 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4486593

I've mainly heard it for when you're speaking a foreign language, you lack the word, but you're able express yourself with other words. Same definition, just a more positive connotation.
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Punsy McHale - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 21:40:50 EST ID:tr5aMXlp No.4486612 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Profligate. Of loose morals and debauchery.
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Alain Passard - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 21:52:12 EST ID:WoUeJy79 No.4486617 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Faggot. Posting pictures of naked cartoon girls on anonymous image boards.
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James McSweeney - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 21:54:18 EST ID:WnhLeozo No.4486619 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sesquipedalian - given to using long words
mirabile dictu - a piece of information that is pleasing to relate
sangfroid - to keep ones cool in a difficult or stressful situation
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Grace Park - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 22:54:45 EST ID:2vVZxEEs No.4486643 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4486612
I learned that word from FONV. Caesars army always says "profligates like you belong on the cross".
Buncha self righteous assholes.
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Aeries Gainsborough - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 23:00:31 EST ID:V6rOiI+k No.4486648 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4486612
Shit up stim lion we know it's you dog.
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Punsy McHale - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 23:54:42 EST ID:tr5aMXlp No.4486680 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4486643

I love that word. Caesar's armies never partied enough.

>>4486648

People confuse me with StimLion because we post the same types of pictures. His are mostly better than mine though, he's a cool guy. I'm jealous of the amount of drugs he does and has access to, but at my age heavy stim use wrecks me for days.
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NathanielGoodville.cat - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 00:13:23 EST ID:j+qBV2o8 No.4486685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482193
The word for using a contextually inappropriate word that sounds phonetically similar to a word that would be contextually appropriate is a 'malapropism.'
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Chiva IV - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 00:21:12 EST ID:j1XbcHbH No.4486692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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persnickety

placing too much emphasis on trivial or minor details
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Aeries Gainsborough - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 01:06:26 EST ID:V6rOiI+k No.4486723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4486685
Ricky does this all the time! Its one of my favorite running gags in tpb!
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James MacInnis - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 05:52:24 EST ID:iRXFO6KE No.4486790 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Some favs

supine - the position of lying on your back. Nabokov taught me to love this one.
staid - "sedate, respectable and unadventurous"
stolid - "calm, dependable, and showing little emotion"
sanctimonious - most people know this one, but it's very good. Giving off the appearance of moral superiority. I've heard it described as "phony holy" too. One reason SJWs get under people's skin so much is because of how sanctimonious and smug they are

webm related
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Nigel Bebblefuck - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 22:14:50 EST ID:dTXt8ift No.4487196 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Slavering. To be in great need or want; literal: to salivate at the mouth.
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Chuck Liddell - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 00:11:31 EST ID:w4WXgPYw No.4487237 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4486685
I think most people call these snowclones.
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Shadow the Hedgehog - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 00:27:01 EST ID:NT7nnmcl No.4487242 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Defenestration: The act of throwing a person out of a window.
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Fuck Goodcocke - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 04:56:55 EST ID:iRXFO6KE No.4487305 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4486685
Was already posted earlier in the thread, my friend. >>4482257 But it is indeed such a good word that it bears repeating.

>>4487237
Snowclones are different than malapropisms. They are phrases in which replaceable sections allow for almost infinite variety. For example, X is the new Y. Or [X playing loudly in the distance]. Many memes are built from snowclones.

An eggcorn is also different from a malapropism. A malapropism is nonsense, e.g., "atodaso. I fucking atodaso." An eggcorn has a certain logic to it, such as "old timer's disease." That's obviously a mistake, but at the same time, a little bit plausible, because generally only old people get the disease.

A mondegreen is a mishearing/misinterpretation of a phrase that makes sense but gives it an entirely new meaning. For example, hearing Jimi Hendrix singing, "'Scuse me while I kiss this guy!" instead of "kiss the sky".

A Hobson-Jobson is a word from another language translated into your own. E.g., English "cockroach" from Spanish "cucaracha," or 10% of the fucking Japanese vocabulary butchered from English and sometimes German. A soramimi is the same concept, but when the translation is done from song lyrics. For example, part of the Numa Numa song is heard by some Japanese listeners as "Rice, is it, rice wine, drink it, drink it, yeah!"

A mumpsimus is the repeating of one of these erroneous phrases after being corrected. E.g., being told irregardless is wrong, but still using it out of habit. It can also refer to the person who does this.

A folk etymology is when part of a word is changed to a more familiar or fitting expression. A good example is shamefaced, which is from the word shamefast, meaning "stuck in place." So, frozen in shame. You can see this use of fast in stuck fast, hold fast, etc. The word fast (as in break-fast) might be from a similar origin. Dunno.

A spoonerism is a phrase in which the sounds are swapped around, such as "smart feller" -> "fart smeller" or "dear old Queen" -> "queer old Dean." There's a specifically Finnish version of this revolving around their unusual grammar, called Sananmuunnos.

There's probably others but that's what I can remember. Webm is my very favorite malapropism of all time. I found this by searching for the phrase, and was the video's very first viewer. Fuck year!
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John Handstands - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 05:23:13 EST ID:WnhLeozo No.4487317 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4487305
>irregardless
People who claim this isn't a word are a diamond dozen
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Hank Venture - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 05:32:01 EST ID:HGwITWea No.4487322 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4487317

I knew >>4484948 was full of shit
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Fuck Goodcocke - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 05:33:34 EST ID:iRXFO6KE No.4487324 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4487317
Yeah, agreed ... it's a word. But irregardless, it's just not considered very good English. I think that'll probably change soon, though, along with the acceptance of "smanged" and "sine yo piddy on the runny kine."
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Thomas Henderson - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 09:22:30 EST ID:w2eBxFsk No.4487356 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4487317
theyre saying "it is a 'word'" in the sense that its been used often enough by different people to be made a thing, thereby forcing its way into the language and general knowledge

its a "word" in the most technical sense. It isnt really at all valid though
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Highlander Robbie - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 09:34:58 EST ID:QN3GYf/f No.4487360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4487317
Just because enough people have been dumb enough to say it for a century doesn't mean it should be accepted.
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Annie Cannon - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 09:43:32 EST ID:5z6KtclR No.4487362 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4487360

You're wrong. That's exactly how things become words, at least in english where there's no language academy.
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Samantha Meatflap - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 10:10:24 EST ID:2PzPE8pi No.4487366 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4487362

it is a word but it's not logical, and people who use it are dumb since the it's not really accepted as the correct word. You can say it all you like though, you just look stupid
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Annie Cannon - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 12:00:58 EST ID:5z6KtclR No.4487395 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4487366

It's goofy now, but it wouldn't be the first time a word took an illogical turn and ended up in common speech. Off the top of my head, the word "awful" means bad now instead of awe inspiring. There's lots of examples of this sort of thing. Best not to get too hung up on it.
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Chuck Liddell - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 13:27:26 EST ID:w4WXgPYw No.4487422 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4487366
It is logical. The ir- prefix agrees with the -less suffix on "regard". You are thinking that a double negative makes a positive, but here we see an example of a double negative adding emphasis. See also "I ain't seen nothing", where the double negative is required for agreement but does not add emphasis.
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JackDendlegold.bud - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 17:06:01 EST ID:dTzWMwgf No.4487507 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4487362
We are the music makers. We are the dreamers of the dreams.
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Nicholas Chimmerchatch - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 18:10:18 EST ID:U9D/soU5 No.4487539 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The fat on her chest are called mammary glands.
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s - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 19:03:44 EST ID:ciePd+FI No.4487582 Report Quick Reply
>>4487539
actually a breast itself isn't a mammary gland, but breasts contain mammary glands
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Guitarist Nell - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 19:09:03 EST ID:2vVZxEEs No.4487585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4487539
they're called FAT FUCKIIIN TIIIITS gabagooosh
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Earthquake - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 19:10:51 EST ID:5kapl5oe No.4487588 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Irish ice cream is just mashed potatoes.
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Emeril Lagasse - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 19:15:26 EST ID:9mGdzoom No.4487592 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4487588
There's a type of potato called a Russian Banana
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Samuel Brishfuck - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 20:50:05 EST ID:vcLbk4s2 No.4487644 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Learned this one from Arabian Nights

Mameluke ~ beyond being an ethnicity, it's Arabic for slave. Specifically a white slave
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Alice Waters - Thu, 12 Jan 2017 02:16:40 EST ID:tr5aMXlp No.4487804 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Succumb. To give in to, to yield.
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AlbertGinkinpotch.tar - Thu, 12 Jan 2017 05:59:52 EST ID:J0R+ne5r No.4487859 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4487644
Yup. Every Mamluke sultan was at one point a slave. Really interesting history.
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Nurse Alyssa Ogawa - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 12:44:07 EST ID:YHDzP/zB No.4488601 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was thinking about you all arguing about irregardless. And my favorite word that has changed in my lifetime is "nucular."

When I was little, it was supposed to be a strict no-no. But it really has won the battle. Obama says it, Trump says it, Bush says it, news anchors are mixed, but more say it than "nuclear". And before UK posters get snooty, I listen to the beeb daily, and your newsies and politicians say it too.

It's just been super fun watching my language change in real time. I'm guessing before I die nucular will be listed in the dictionary as the main form, and nuclear will get an (archaic) tag.
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Beauty Fuck - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 12:54:29 EST ID:PfGcBAQ3 No.4488602 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4488086
L O FUCKING L
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Emma Sunkinville - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 13:13:03 EST ID:0PooatwE No.4488610 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4488601

Not a big surprise. The English language is constantly getting raped. They even changed the meaning of "literally" into "kind of". It seems like they treat language like a democracy. If enough retards on the internet make the same mistake they just declare it to be correct. Just wait some time and they'll replace "you're" with"your".
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Nurse Alyssa Ogawa - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 13:22:12 EST ID:YHDzP/zB No.4488614 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4488612

No shit. Why are you telling me that like it's not plainly obvious? I'm just describing what the language is actually doing in the wild... And surprise surprise, it's not always logical.
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Legate Porania - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 14:53:28 EST ID:pd9j/i+D No.4488633 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4488610
Language basically IS a democracy. Of a sort. The only point is to be understood. Being correct serves no purpose in and of itself.

Change is the only constant. If you went 1000 years into the future it's unlikely you would be able to communicate with anyone using your version of English.
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Phyllis Bronkinsuck - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 17:01:03 EST ID:48p1NXA5 No.4488684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4488633
Some languages change very slowly. English is actually on the fast side, although there are European languages which change much faster and ones that are very similar to the versions spoken a thousand years ago. Information technology may serve to slow the rate of change down even more than writing did.
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ShittingBunninggold.mpeg - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 17:06:57 EST ID:0ez/e2Yf No.4488691 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4488619
heh, remember when bill nye decided to go full alt-right atheist and publicly shame a man because he chose to believe in god? that bill nye sure is WHACKY.
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Viewtiful Joe - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 17:19:25 EST ID:wn7GyT57 No.4488701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dont improve your Vocabulary, improve your lexicon

For example, teledildonics is the study and application of the internet being used to transmit sexual input from one persons dildo or pocket pussy into feedback that is then streamed to the other partners dildo/pocket pussy.
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Jesus Farthingstock - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 17:27:38 EST ID:2vVZxEEs No.4488707 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4488691
You mean the mutual debate between him and a christian "scientist"?
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Waiter Lydia - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 17:29:58 EST ID:quDyE0V4 No.4488708 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4488691
>full alt-right atheist
I'm pretty sure the alt-right are christian, or at least pro-christian. They're certainly allied with the religious right and always jump to the defense of Christianity if you compare it with Islam.

>publicly shame a man because he chose to believe in god
Are you referring to that debate? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvO3zJaNBjs
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Beauty Fuck - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 18:01:22 EST ID:PfGcBAQ3 No.4488729 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4488708
Mainstream Christianity isn't really compatible with the alt right because it reinforces Zionism, which the alt right generally rejects.
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Champion Martin - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 19:06:58 EST ID:wJoRv5Mg No.4488762 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4488729
That's why many in the alt right are reviving old pagan religions.

Also what the fuck is that black guy doing? Maybe he's woke af and knows blacks had slaves too so he's apologizing for that?
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David Pinkinstot - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 19:29:44 EST ID:qxF1HY7T No.4488779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4482946
smokemor
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KJ Noons - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 19:36:11 EST ID:SR9v9mGh No.4488785 Ignore Report Quick Reply
syz·y·gy
ˈsizijē
noun ASTRONOMY
a conjunction or opposition, especially of the moon with the sun.
"the planets were aligned in syzygy"

a pair of connected or corresponding things.
"animus and anima represent a supreme pair of opposites, the syzygy"
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Tekeny Ghemor - Sat, 14 Jan 2017 03:57:54 EST ID:tr5aMXlp No.4489074 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Salacious. Of a lecherous nature.
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King Dodongo - Sat, 14 Jan 2017 04:06:27 EST ID:fgJvUNbg No.4489079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4489074
I know what salacious means, but I never heard of lecherous before. Not a very good definition if the word makes me understand the definition.
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Kos-Mos - Sat, 14 Jan 2017 04:52:35 EST ID:HGwITWea No.4489090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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A lecher is synonymous with a pervert
Synonymous means word that means the same
Leche means milk in Spanish
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Girly Sanchez - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 17:51:21 EST ID:tr5aMXlp No.4491461 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Concupiscence. Inordinate desire or hunger.
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Otto Struve - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 17:54:10 EST ID:SdtGoTKg No.4491464 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4489079
lewd, lurid, erotic. connotations of creepiness. noun "lecher"
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Sidney Famblestone - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 18:04:39 EST ID:elGO9jfr No.4491471 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Xenoglossy - A phenomenon in which a person gains the ability to speak and/or write a language through paranormal or abnormal means.
Glossolalia - Often known as "tongues", this is speaking in an unknown or made up language that lacks any real meaning, often as a religious practice.
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Ina Garten - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 18:42:00 EST ID:SR9v9mGh No.4491496 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4491471
Episcopalians are fucking nutjobs
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Carl Oullette - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 18:47:01 EST ID:w1wevtXj No.4491500 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4491471

Interestingly, glossolalia and meditation light up pretty opposite regions of the brain in an MRI.

The fact that they think it's divine is nutty, but they are accomplishing some sort of brain exercise with a real affect. I kind of want to try it out to see what it feels like, but have always felt too silly to try.
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Abu Nazir - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 19:01:06 EST ID:MJvky7uJ No.4491506 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Scenestesia is seeing feels and thoughts when the eyes are closed. You can try to make sense out of the geometrical figures and images.
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Abu Nazir - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 19:04:14 EST ID:MJvky7uJ No.4491508 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Triangles....
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Samantha Meatflap - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 19:13:03 EST ID:elGO9jfr No.4491510 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4491500
I would honestly give it a try, but I feel like it would be more embarrassing to be caught doing it than masturbation.
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Archibald Limpdicking - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 19:44:21 EST ID:OthXth/7 No.4491528 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4491508
just educated myself on this concept. at first i didn't believe it but you can't argue with the facts
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John Wheeler - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 22:27:52 EST ID:FSapHwAP No.4491608 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4491528

ftfy
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Emperor Reclaw - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 10:13:50 EST ID:vgBlU8Xc No.4491847 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4482181
No, that's called a faggot with a shitty tattoo
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Emperor Reclaw - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 11:59:08 EST ID:vgBlU8Xc No.4491873 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4488633
>The only point is to be understood

You're correct, but it is very difficult to be understood when everyone does not agree to follow the same rules beforehand. If I agree that "literally" means 100% actually true, and you agree that "literally" means kind of sort of true, then language has failed. You can't blame that failure on the person who is simply following convention.
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Bongdrop Macgyver - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 12:35:29 EST ID:9vkhWhOP No.4491887 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4491528
Isn't it crazy how Glenn Beck got away with raping and murdering that girl back in the 90's?
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Madame Mérigot - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 13:00:54 EST ID:Hl///0Hg No.4491896 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4491887
Didn't he also rape netjester?
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Vera Rubiin - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 14:09:13 EST ID:OGciMmbn No.4491924 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4491896
Yeah before Beck got to him old NJ talked just like you or I. Everyone has their own way of dealing with stuff I guess.


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