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VoraciousVerbivore commented on the word acersecomic
Rapunzel, perhaps?Or Sampson.....
July 29, 2011
jmjarmstrong commented on the word acersecomic
JM knows a stand up comic who is also an acersecomic so his hair is a big flop!
October 5, 2010
JM was hearing about acersecomics from the barber – he didn’t think they were funny at all
March 5, 2009
reesetee commented on the word acersecomic
Avivamagnolia, you may want to read some of the comments where you're posting words. Most of them already include definitions, either next to the word (provided by Wordie) or by another user.
January 17, 2009
avivamagnolia commented on the word acersecomic
acersecomic: fr. Gk akersekomes, with unshorn hair obs. a person whose hair has never been cut
Nothing mythical about it, she. Or so Prolagus tells us.
July 22, 2008
dontcry commented on the word acersecomic
Sounds to me like it should mean a comedian who tells ascerbic jokes.
July 18, 2008
bilby commented on the word acersecomic
See Prolagus's desk.
she commented on the word acersecomic
Is that like the mythical penisbone?
Tailbone's connected to the, hairbone.
I imagine this is both a noun and an adjective. (I've been through months-long acersecomic spells—my hair is presently nearing my tailbone.)
July 17, 2008
I suppose you could say adult Sikhs are acersecomic.
June 4, 2008
ofravens commented on the word acersecomic
Number of times I've misread this word as 'arsecomic': umpteen, and still counting!
April 13, 2008
One whose hair has never been cut (and who, therefore, might look rather silly).
February 23, 2007