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#26505 - 04/16/01 12:27 PM Re: The "opposite" of acronym
I once searched for this myself, came up empty,
Holy cow, tbtran! Congratulations! You have won our game of Stump the Tsuwm.
#26506 - 04/16/01 12:31 PM Re: The "opposite" of acronym
Loc: lower upstate New York
Sparteye, what's the word for laughing so hard you feel you're about to upchuck and ruin your keyboard?
#26507 - 04/16/01 01:15 PM Re: The "opposite" of acronym
what's the word for laughing so hard you feel you're about to upchuck
#26508 - 04/16/01 01:16 PM Re: The "opposite" of acronym
Loc: this too shall pass
sure... make light of one of my darkest days.
#26509 - 04/16/01 02:58 PM Re: The "opposite" of acronym
Loc: Louisville, Kentucky
Stump the Tsuwm
No, no, Sparteye--it's Tsump the Tsuwm!
AnnaS., what about larfing?
Tswum, poor baby, I'm sorry you're having a dark day, but aren't we just little rays of sunshine for you?
#26510 - 04/16/01 03:07 PM Re: Stump tsuwm
Loc: New England, USA
You must show that you have a small imperfection, now and then, lest you enrage the gods.
#26511 - 04/16/01 11:50 PM Re: The "opposite" of acronym
Loc: Portland,Oregon, USA
How about "bacronym"?
Nah - sounds like another name for pork bellies. I like your thinking, though. Keeping it Greek, bathonym would be the opposite or acronym.
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