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Ancient Words    Poetry and thoughts

Started 18/1/20 by Blackwy; 3129 views.
Guard101

From: Guard101

18/1/20

Brabble - to quarrel loudly

Same as Babble!!  laughing

Ennya

From: Ennya

19/1/20

blush No wonder many people remained ignorant, illiterate and never read anything !

  • Edited 19 January 2020 11:09  by  Ennya
Ennya

From: Ennya

19/1/20

In our lifetime we invented a lot of words too Seinfeld was our teacher.

grinning

YADA YADA YADA

What begins as a shortcut over uninteresting information quickly becomes a yada yada over “the best part,” as Jerry puts it. 

FESTIVUS

George’s father’s alternative to Christmas involves the airing of grievances (or telling your family members how they’ve disappointed you over the year), feats of strength, and an aluminum pole (which you can find any time of year when you Google “Festivus”).

KAVORKA

Kramer is told he has kavorka, Latvian for “the lure of the animal," a power which draws women to him, to be "possessed by him."

laughing

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Eliot (Elohimil)

From: Eliot (Elohimil)

20/1/20

Seinfeld is the master of new words!


REGIFTER: A label-maker Jerry gets from a friend looked familiar to Elaine because it’s the same one she gave Tim.

“He recycled this gift!” she cries. “He’s a regifter!”

https://youtu.be/c32W8Adtq6k

DOUBLE DIP
double-dipping a chip is perfectly fine.

Seinfeld - The Chip Dip
https://youtu.be/RfprRZQxWps

grinning

Eliot (Elohimil)

From: Eliot (Elohimil)

20/1/20

Mumpsimus - the act of sticking to old mistaken beliefs about language and customs simply out of habit

I've often heard Mumpsimus before

Lana (Redneckbab1)

From: Lana (Redneckbab1)

21/1/20

Master poets all have amazing and odd new words, just make sure the spell-checker gets it! grinning

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Guard101

From: Guard101

22/1/20

These modern new words are right-on amusing!  laughing

Kitmouse

From: Kitmouse

25/1/20

These words won't go through our current spellchecking!

       laughing

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funiki

From: funiki

26/1/20

Perfect time with Seinfeld sitcoms! 

Jerry: “This isn’t a good time.”
Telemarketer: “When would be a good time to call back, sir?”
Jerry: “I have an idea, why don’t you give me your home number and I’ll call you back later?”
Telemarketer: “Umm, we’re not allowed to do that.”
Jerry: “Oh, I guess because you don’t want strangers calling you at home. Well, now you know how I feel.”

laughing

BamaaGirl

From: BamaaGirl

27/1/20

Xantippe - an ill tempered wife
Abbess - a nun
Thornback - a spinster
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