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Furshlugginer (Yiddish for "beaten up") and Coznowski (coined by Ernie Kovacs) were special Mad words that appeared in every issue, along with "potrzebie," which Gaines never bothered to define.
Heck, or as the French say, potrzebie, he couldn't define his job.
But what about words like furshlugginer, poiuyt, potrzebie, veeblefeltzer and axolotol?
Tim O’Reilly w cyklu postów o potrzebie powstania ksi?? ki adresowej 2.0.
It’s been discovered by researchers that if you are cornered by a boring person at a function you can get rid of him/her by intoning the word “potrzebie” a number of times or asking in a bright voice “Do you know that its crackers to slip a rozzer the dropsy in snide?”
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