Or it twought to be

So apparently it’s “tweet,” “twet,” “twutten.”

(Not to be confused with “hic, haec, hoc”: that’s a pronoun, dammit.)


  1. ak4mc »

    1 October 2010 · 5:25 pm

    The present participle is “twut,” of course. Obviously.

  2. CGHill »

    1 October 2010 · 6:05 pm

    If anyone comes to the door saying “Twick or twut,” I will be somewhat less gruntled.

  3. smitty »

    1 October 2010 · 7:09 pm

    I’m utterly betwazzled.

  4. Jeffro »

    1 October 2010 · 10:40 pm

    I’m gonna be twiet on the subject.

  5. fillyjonk »

    2 October 2010 · 8:01 am

    Yeah, but if they were dressed as either a small blue bird or a large white whale, I think “twik or twut” would be most appropriate.

    (Hm. The Fail Whale. Too bad I don’t have anywhere I need to be wearing a costume the 31st; I can see how one could construct a pretty good replica of that, net and all….)

  6. ak4mc »

    2 October 2010 · 6:32 pm

    Undergruntlement is nothing to tweeze at.

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