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Finnbar says: I used to know a guy who tattooed LOVE across his left knuckles, but didn't tattoo HATE on the other knuckles because he was right-handed and realised he couldn't finish. Ever run out of skills or inspiration halfway through a job?

(, Thu 24 Jun 2010, 12:32)
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This, really.

Spent a few months spreading the word, but I sort of gave up with it the following year.

Still, I've got six months to finish the challenge, I guess.
(, Thu 24 Jun 2010, 12:42, 6 replies)
You must have had massive knees as a child.

(, Thu 24 Jun 2010, 12:49, closed)

(, Thu 24 Jun 2010, 13:03, closed)
I've been trying to get the word "pitimmeral" into the language for a while now.
The whole point of it is that I don't know what it means, and nor can I (or anyone) until it starts getting used, based on the claim that the meaning of a word is determined by its use.

So far, I've managed to get the art critic of a local paper to use it in a review - it helps that his wife is the editor - and it's been in a couple of other publications.

But it hasn't caught on yet, and I still don't know what it means.

Sometimes, I bore even myself.
(, Thu 24 Jun 2010, 13:03, closed)
this describes you perfectly..
Stephen's tutor Ian Mitchell, from Grantham College, said he asked his pupils to come up with a new word and Stephen had "run with it".
(, Thu 24 Jun 2010, 13:05, closed)

combined "knees" and "under" to create the new world.
5 years on, and they still haven't corrected that typo.

/grammarnazi blog
(, Thu 24 Jun 2010, 15:48, closed)
Knunder: the space underneath a table.
posted to facebook. i shall use it when it is required.
(, Thu 24 Jun 2010, 18:51, closed)

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