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#210750 - 05/05/13 06:08 AM Phlyarologist
Loc: Cambridge, England
I would be very interested in your view of my understanding of the word 'phlyarologist'.
Everywhere I've looked, the word is defined as 'one who speaks nonsense': however, I disagree, and I would be very interested in thoughts on the matter.
Apologies if this seems like a thinly disguised attempt to funnel traffic to my blog; but it saves me a lot of typoing or cut-and-pasting if I just offer a link: A definition of 'phlyarologist' on the blog 'Wibble'
Thank you for your consideration._________________________
Pendant, n. One who, by correcting others, gives himself (or herself) just enough rope by which to hang.
Entire topic Subject Posted by Posted Phlyarologist pendant 05/05/13 06:08 AM Re: Phlyarologist Faldage 05/05/13 08:06 AM Re: Phlyarologist tsuwm 05/05/13 12:23 PM Re: Phlyarologist tsuwm 05/05/13 12:36 PM Re: Phlyarologist BranShea 05/06/13 03:49 AM Re: Phlyarologist pendant 05/06/13 05:34 AM Re: Phlyarologist BranShea 05/06/13 11:20 AM Re: Phlyarologist Faldage 05/06/13 06:34 AM
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