Thursday, February 26, 2009

The Intrigue of New Words

Neologisms: A.S.S. Graduate-a long-winded person who has attended the "American Sidebartending School"; Part of the lingo used by journalists covering the O.J. Simpson Civil Trial! Big-eyed-Eating when not hungry; a form of greediness and eating because the food is there. Earwitness-Someone who hears the occurence of an incident and later reports it, where as an eyewitness would have seen the incident. Krunk-African American Vernacular for a combination of "funk" and "kool".

Creative Examples of Language: fit as a fiddle; sharp as a tack

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