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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by dscottyg, May 7, 2021.
Spelling is overrated.
I think that word is pretty-much universal!
Thought that was ‘fishwife’?
Put a hyphen between re and licked and it means something else entirely.
Codswallop is all one word, meaning nonsense.
In the context.of the process of artificially aging stuff...
I happen to think that 'returning lice' to whatever one is destroying is the perfect description of the activity.
Hell, you're a damned Englishman. What the heck do you know about speaking the English language. Ooops, never mind.
So, if I wake up tomorrow and find that my Cods swelled up, don't worry, it's nonsense? Is swelled a word?
and if your cods are swollen it certainly won't be sensible!
Yes, yes & yes! I'm glad that someone else understand this. Forget the OED, nobody there understands what guitarists mean by the word "relic", so you can't quote that book. There's a logic to the English language so it MUST be relicked. Reliced is stupid & an apostrophe has no place in a word like that.
It's either a pedantic day, or Pedantic Day.
Make up your mind.
That word is the only word in the English language (that I know of at least) that can be used as a noun, an adjective, a verb & an adverb. I would love to show y'all a sentence that proves this, but that sentence would probably break several ST rules at once...
What, exactly, did you lick twice?
Neither. If there was such a day, it would be Pedants Day.
Better than having lice twice.
How many times were you planning on licking it?
The world may never know...
That depends on what, exactly, you've been licking.