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19th Jan '17 9:53:03 AM TFSyndicate
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-->'''Ross:''' Um, Pheebs? I don't think 'scrunchy' is a word.
'''Phoebe:''' Why not? If 'crunchy' is a word, why isn't 'scrunchy'?
'''Chandler:''' Well, okay, then I am using that same argument for 'fligament'.
''(later)''
'''Chandler:''' 'Garge'?

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-->'''Ross:''' Um, Pheebs? I don't think 'scrunchy' is a word.
word.\\
'''Phoebe:''' Why not? If 'crunchy' is a word, why isn't 'scrunchy'?
'scrunchy'?\\
'''Chandler:''' Well, okay, then I am using that same argument for 'fligament'.
''(later)''
'fligament'.\\
''(later)''\\
'''Chandler:''' 'Garge'?'Garge'?\\
19th Jan '17 9:52:16 AM TFSyndicate
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-->'''Ross''': Um, Pheebs? I don't think 'scrunchy' is a word.
'''Phoebe''': Why not? If 'crunchy' is a word, why isn't 'scrunchy'?
'''Chandler''': Well, okay, then I am using that same argument for 'fligament'.

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-->'''Ross''': -->'''Ross:''' Um, Pheebs? I don't think 'scrunchy' is a word.
'''Phoebe''': '''Phoebe:''' Why not? If 'crunchy' is a word, why isn't 'scrunchy'?
'''Chandler''': '''Chandler:''' Well, okay, then I am using that same argument for 'fligament'.



'''Chandler''': 'Garge'?
'''Ross''': Nautical term.

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'''Chandler''': '''Chandler:''' 'Garge'?
'''Ross''': '''Ross:''' Nautical term.
19th Jan '17 9:49:02 AM TFSyndicate
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* ''Series/{{Friends}}'': Phoebe tries to play "scrunchy", Ross uses "garge" (which he claims is a nautical term), and Chandler uses "fligament". ...But [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrunchie scrunchy's a word...]] Which is the joke: They don't believe her.

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* ''Series/{{Friends}}'': Phoebe tries to play "scrunchy", "scrunchy". Ross uses "garge" (which he claims is a nautical term), and Chandler uses "fligament". ...dismiss it as one of these. (...But [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrunchie scrunchy's scrunchy ''is'' a word...]] Which is the joke: They word]]) Then they do it themselves.
-->'''Ross''': Um, Pheebs? I
don't believe her.think 'scrunchy' is a word.
'''Phoebe''': Why not? If 'crunchy' is a word, why isn't 'scrunchy'?
'''Chandler''': Well, okay, then I am using that same argument for 'fligament'.
''(later)''
'''Chandler''': 'Garge'?
'''Ross''': Nautical term.
10th Jan '17 4:17:02 PM nombretomado
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* ''LittleBritain'': "cupboardy" -- Kenny Craig hypnotizes his mother to believe that "cupboardy" is a valid word.

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* ''LittleBritain'': ''Series/LittleBritain'': "cupboardy" -- Kenny Craig hypnotizes his mother to believe that "cupboardy" is a valid word.
30th Dec '16 9:43:50 AM SteveMB
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Subtrope of {{Neologism}}. See also PerfectlyCromulentWord and {{Antidisestablishmentarianism}}.

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Subtrope of {{Neologism}}. See also PerfectlyCromulentWord and {{Antidisestablishmentarianism}}. \n See EleventyZillion for a numerical version.
28th Oct '16 5:21:25 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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'''Calvin:''' You do, and I'll look up that 12-letter word ''you'' played with all the [[NoodleIncident X's and J's]]!"\\

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'''Calvin:''' You do, and I'll look up that 12-letter word ''you'' ''[[HypocriticalHumor you]]'' played with all the [[NoodleIncident X's and J's]]!"\\
10th Oct '16 1:07:14 PM kazokuhouou
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* In his review of ''Film/KenPark'' (mentioned above), [[WebVideo/BrowsHeldHigh Kyle Kallgren]] noted that 'sipi' ''is'' a real word....in the Tagalog language. (It means 'copy'.)
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4th Oct '16 7:26:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the German movie ''Ödipussi'', [[MommasBoy the titular character]] is playing {{Scrabble}} with his mother and her friends. "Hund" (dog) is on the board, so the old lady whose turn it is turns it into "Hundnase" (dog nose - and yes, that's not correct German). When the others protest, she instead puts down "Schwanzhund" (taildog) - "a dog which has a tail". Which isn't accepted either, of course. Then another of the old ladies complains that she couldn't play "Quallenknödel" (jellyfish dumplings) either.

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* In the German movie ''Ödipussi'', [[MommasBoy the titular character]] is playing {{Scrabble}} TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}} with his mother and her friends. "Hund" (dog) is on the board, so the old lady whose turn it is turns it into "Hundnase" (dog nose - and yes, that's not correct German). When the others protest, she instead puts down "Schwanzhund" (taildog) - "a dog which has a tail". Which isn't accepted either, of course. Then another of the old ladies complains that she couldn't play "Quallenknödel" (jellyfish dumplings) either.
11th Sep '16 3:10:57 AM TheUsualSuspect
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-->'''Henry:''' Don't a word.\\

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-->'''Henry:''' Don't say a word.\\



'''Shawn:''' Oh, I see how it works. Two weeks ago, we're playing Scrabble it's not a word, now suddenly it is a word, because it's convenient for you\\

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'''Shawn:''' Oh, I see how it works. Two weeks ago, we're playing Scrabble it's not a word, now suddenly it is a word, because it's convenient for you\\you
11th Sep '16 3:09:42 AM TheUsualSuspect
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-->'''Henry:''' Not a word.\\

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-->'''Henry:''' Not Don't a word.\\



'''Henry:''' I said not a word!\\
'''Shawn:''' Oh, I see, last week when we were playing Scrabble it was not a word, but this week, when it's convenient for you, it is a word.

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'''Henry:''' Shawn, I said not a word!\\
no words\\
'''Shawn:''' Oh, I see, last week when we were see how it works. Two weeks ago, we're playing Scrabble it was it's not a word, but this week, when now suddenly it is a word, because it's convenient for you, it is a word.you\\
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