Word Salad Award

You fail linguistics forever.

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The spelling belongs to the domain of language regulated by a particular government, and is therefore not a part of the Common Anglish/English/Ynglish language, which honor a greater body of people and a greater vision of government, to which the word "honor" is bound to greater ownership of the altruistic, sacrifice for the greater body of people, for the higher then the highest principle, and to the providential and not merely the prosperous.

In the context of auto- olig- and mono- archic governments, the term is also loaned to the honor-ific, to the stylistic, and in a different way than in the land abundant nations, to the materialistic.

The democratic nations have a higher concept of honor which is not undermined by the oligarchic nations concept of honor, which is flexed with indicated spelling which is stylistic in the local pattern of Received English and therefore gives loan to European English and the European ideas of government, which do not give sufficient redact form to the anti-oligarchic principle.

Stevertigo, Wikipedia 12 Comments [9/10/2017 12:45:55 AM]
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Pharaoh Bastethotep

The front is a lemon avenue flying straightly.

9/10/2017 1:01:58 AM


What else did you get on your birthday except the foreign words dictionary?

9/10/2017 1:02:53 AM


Remember: time machines will be illegal.

9/10/2017 1:30:36 AM

Holey Head

I understand every word individually, but strung together, I'm left scratching my head.

Edit: For the record, I don't have lice.

9/10/2017 3:26:34 AM


Was there a point hiding somewhere in that pompous thesaurus vomit?

9/10/2017 3:42:12 AM


More "vertigo" than Stevertigo.

9/10/2017 7:04:37 AM


the Common Anglish/English/Ynglish language

I'll be honest, my brain just kinda shut off after reading that. What the hell?

9/10/2017 7:44:12 AM

Shepard Solus

Somebody desperately wants to sound smart. It has to come naturally, buddy. Everyone can feel the artificiality when you try to force it like that.

9/10/2017 10:11:40 AM

Phil O'Macedon

I'm pretty sure that democracy is not the result of both speaking English and using the word honor a correct certain way.

9/10/2017 11:04:21 AM


Verily, verily.

9/10/2017 11:17:30 AM



9/10/2017 1:58:03 PM


The democratic nations have a higher concept of honor



No wonder Andy Schaftafly left Wikipedia in a huff, and created his own vanity project of an 'equivalent'. Why don't you go join him?

Remember where your language - albeit your retarded version - came from, pal. Unless you'd like to replace what you speak with one of the Native American languages. Or what Marc Okrand invented, you petaQ!


More "vertigo" than Stevertigo

Or Impetigo, I'd say.

9/10/2017 2:10:23 PM

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