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The most horriblest word in foreverdom

Discussion in 'Café Life' started by Marc Joan, Feb 9, 2017.

  1. Marc Joan

    Marc Joan Venerated Member Founding Member

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    'Ruggedisation'. Somebody said this to me today, intending to describe the process of making a piece of machinery more robust. :eek:o_O
     
  2. Richard Turner

    Richard Turner Well-Known Member

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    Don't get me going on portmanteau words and the like! There is so much ugly language out there.
     
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  3. Jimithyh

    Jimithyh Respected Member

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    :) I think the word "were" is an abomination.
     
  4. AliG

    AliG Active Member

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    Are we not pickyising the issue?
     
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  5. Katie-Ellen Hazeldine

    Katie-Ellen Hazeldine Venerated Member Founding Member

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    Il Matrimonio says 'ombusdman', though it's not English, daughter says the word 'suckle' makes her sick. The 'u' sound in general ain't my favourite.
     
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  6. Marc Joan

    Marc Joan Venerated Member Founding Member

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    You seem a little rumbunctious today
     
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  7. Katie-Ellen Hazeldine

    Katie-Ellen Hazeldine Venerated Member Founding Member

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    Perhaps, though not vituperative.
     
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  8. Bluma Bezbroda

    Bluma Bezbroda Respected Member

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    You may laugh, but "monies". I mean, WTF, it looks like a misspelling I might have committed :D
     
  9. Jimithyh

    Jimithyh Respected Member

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    Moreish. AAAAARGHHHHHHHHH
     
  10. Paul Whybrow

    Paul Whybrow Venerated Member

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    Othello might not agree with you—oh, no—he was Moorish!
     
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  11. Paul Whybrow

    Paul Whybrow Venerated Member

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    I hate the recent doublespeak word 'Mis-spoke'.

    This is usually used by politicians as a way of half-apologising for a downright lie they've told!
     
  12. Jimithyh

    Jimithyh Respected Member

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    Post-Truth. Or as we human beings say: lies
     
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