We got your neologisms right here

Mark Peters runs a blog called Wordlustitude, which he describes thusly:

This blog (recently featured in The Telegraph) is a growing dictionary of ephemeral words — also known as nonce or stunt words. All readers are strongly encouraged to use these terms in their blogs, poems, prophesies, and recipes.

Enough to get him onto the blogroll right there. Yesterday’s word:

Assitudinousness, noun. A multitude of assitude heretofore unimagined by assologists, buttheads, or civilians. Related terms: crapitudinousness, funkitudinousness, skankitudinousness.

Actual citation:

“Lucky Charms, almost uniquely among cereals, possesses an irreducible assitudinousness: it will taste like that whether you immerse it in milk, water, V8, Pennzoil or Fletcher’s Castoria.”

Between that and Googlage, I think I’ve done more than my fair share of knackering the vernacular.





2 comments

  1. Fetiche Nouvelle »

    3 November 2007 · 5:10 am

    The lexicographitude of some of those words is open to question, wouldn’t you say?

  2. CGHill »

    3 November 2007 · 9:08 am

    Oh, absotively.

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