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For your pleasure

Quick quiz:

What's your favorite word? Something that rolls of the tongue, that you enjoy saying?

Mine is edamame

There are a few others, but none come to mind at the moment.

Yes, captspastic, I know what yours is! Behave, and keep it clean. That version can go in your live journal!

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stickcow
May. 27th, 2004 02:08 pm (UTC)
zimbabwe
tericol
May. 27th, 2004 02:40 pm (UTC)
epiphany
decibel45
May. 27th, 2004 03:09 pm (UTC)
Arch!
captspastic
May. 27th, 2004 03:26 pm (UTC)
Wha? I have no idea what you mean?

You say that as so it would be something shocking!

If it were a word that brings joy to my ears, it would be beer.

One that I just like saying becasue I think it's cool...onomatopoeia. Even though it has noting to do with furniture, I always thought it sounded like a piece of furniture. "Have a seat on the onomatopoeia." or "Henry, get your feet off the onomatopoeia!" Also kind of sounds a little bit like a disease too. "Mr. Jones, I hate to tell you this, but you have onomatopoeia, and there's no known cure. Please contact the Tourettes Society for more information". Or maybe even a car, "See the new 2005 Onomatopoeia. All the latest safety features, and once you hit over 120, sounds like a jet engine taking off"

Ok, I'm scaring myself now, I better stop.
sheenaqotj
May. 27th, 2004 05:37 pm (UTC)
I was going to write in onomatopoeia, too! Weird.
snaxxx
May. 27th, 2004 06:24 pm (UTC)
Me, too!
It's another one on my list!
captspastic
May. 28th, 2004 06:48 am (UTC)
Get out!!!

Really?

That is a trip/cool.
captspastic
May. 27th, 2004 03:28 pm (UTC)
I find it interesting that your favorite word is a brand of soybean. :)
snaxxx
May. 27th, 2004 03:49 pm (UTC)
Edda mommy
I've had it twice in the last week, including dinner last night. I'm hooked!
shyape
May. 28th, 2004 02:01 pm (UTC)
russian is hard
One of my favorite words to say is a russian word, and it basically means the "sights" as in to see the sights.
An English spelling of it would be something like
dostaprimachatelnost. To say I see the sights sounds like: Ya smatroo dostaprimatchatelnosti.

I wish I had a cyrillic keyboard.

In english, I like the word "velvet." It sounds like it feels. Which makes it an onomatopoeia in a way. :) I also like juxtaposition, because I spelled it correctly on a spelling test when I was 7 and I was very proud of myself.
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