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The latest in the seemingly endless line of upper-middle brow treatises on bad words to come to my attention (thanks sionnach!) is Depraved and Insulting English, by Peter Novobatzky and Ammon Shea.
I haven't read it yet, but judging from reviews and the tidbits sionnach has graced us with, many entries look almost medical -- the authors seem to draw more on Latin and Greek than stalwart Anglo Saxon.
David (aka sionnach) # posted by gaelstat: December 19, 2007 5: 25 PM
In the winter, it sprouted ice cream cones. sionnach said:
Another book for my 27-page reading list. sionnach said:
Sionnach, I believe reesetee is asking you this: Do you know the Muffin Tree, the Muffin Tree, the Muffin Tree? sionnach said:
He went on a progress after his coronation, I believe. sionnach said:
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