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pooch%0D %0D busby%0D %0D Niedermayer%0D %0D schmuck
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uvula, Volvo, Mulva
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Constantinople%0D %0D fork
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coconut%0D %0D shampoo%0D %0D Obba Babatunde%0D %0D
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Mustafa? Wrote a song about it wanna hear it here it go...
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pecksniff%0D %0D poop%0D %0D cacophony%0D %0D quack%0D %0D thwart%0D %0D WORD%0D %0D widget%0D %0D supercalifragilisticexpialidocious%0D %0D grunt%0D %0D egg head%0D %0D caulk%0D %0D knob%0D %0D haberdashery%0D %0D ogle%0D %0D squawk%0D %0D Godzilla%0D %0D perambulate%0D %0D spelunking%0D %0D schmooze%0D %0D schmoe%0D %0D schlock%0D %0D frau%0D %0D fraught%0D %0D schtick%0D %0D chortle%0D %0D amaryllis%0D %0D schlepping%0D %0D hoity-toity%0D %0D policy (She showed him her POLICY...she did WHAT???)%0D %0D pheasant plucker%0D %0D (I'm not the pheasant plucker, I'm the pheasant plucker's SON & I'm only plucking pheasants 'til the pheasant pluckers COME)!!%0D %0D %0D %0D %0D
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Also, Ofebia Quirst-Arcton, Dakar!
|by Anonymous||reply 21||07/07/2010|
brouhaha%0D %0D kerfuffle
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Shawneequa %0D Spiral%0D Apocalypse%0D Pillow Silk Velvet%0D Cataclysm%0D Any Japanese Word%0D Armageddon%0D Hiss%0D Ragnorak, so sexy and biblical and WHET%0D %0D Kukuxumusuu, love you Electric Six!%0D %0D Tyra Banks%0D %0D
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|by Anonymous||reply 24||07/07/2010|
Flaccid, which most people misprounce as FLA-sid. All English words with two cc's take the 'k' sound for the first 'c', as in success.
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|by Anonymous||reply 26||07/07/2010|
Hey R29--If most people pronounce a word one way, that way becomes correct.
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|by Anonymous||reply 28||07/07/2010|
I have never heard it pronounced 'flaKsid'. Sounds a little too close to 'flaxseed' and therefore confusing.
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Szechuan%0D %0D vacation%0D %0D Doily%0D %0D chipotle
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Gaulthier%0D %0D Bitch
|by Anonymous||reply 32||07/07/2010|
Nerd here but I love the name Ianto. Its just so fun to say!
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|by Anonymous||reply 35||07/07/2010|
Favorite word of all time to say is the Spanish word for "scarf": "Bufanda"
and . . .
Now then . . . how many of us have been reading this thread aloud??
|by Anonymous||reply 36||07/07/2010|
Tufted puffin. Cavalcade. Indigo Bunting.
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|by Anonymous||reply 46||07/08/2010|
R42 wins. But still, all are so much fun! Thanks for no=bullshit thread.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||07/08/2010|
Pied a terre
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|by Anonymous||reply 54||07/08/2010|
r31 meant to say "the ignorant prevail."
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|by Anonymous||reply 56||07/09/2010|
Nipple! (always brings a smile)
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|by Anonymous||reply 58||07/09/2010|
"Disingenuous" is a favorite. Unfortunately, it can be used often.
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|by Anonymous||reply 60||07/09/2010|
"Givenchy" is good, but I like even better the Parisian metro line Porte de Clignancourt (pronounced "port-e-de-clee-nynon-coor"). You can roll it round on your tongue for hours - and that's just saying it once.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||07/09/2010|
"Cocktail"%0D %0D I just love that word!%0D %0D ...if I had a child, I'd name it "Cocktail"!
|by Anonymous||reply 62||07/09/2010|
This artist. Pronounced "Gow - Genn - Gee - Gull" (all hard 'G's)
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Schadenfreude%0D %0D %0D %0D %0D %0D
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Frumious%0D %0D Donna Shalala %0D %0D Ramalamadingdong%0D %0D Bupkis%0D %0D in flagrante delicto %0D %0D
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Bodacious%0D %0D Sebaceous%0D %0D Rapacious
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rubberneck; -ing, -er
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Perhaps betraying my inner science geek:
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exacerbate%0D %0D extraneous
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La Croix darlings.%0D %0D There are some great ones here.
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Tragic ballet diva Tanaquil LeClercq
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Yo Yo Ma
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Picasso%0D %0D Michelangelo%0D %0D Da Vinci%0D %0D Mona Lisa%0D %0D Lolita %0D %0D Salacious%0D %0D Serpentine%0D %0D Scorpio%0D %0D Pluto%0D %0D Machinations%0D %0D Tyranny%0D %0D Catholicism %0D %0D Erotic%0D %0D Angora%0D %0D Dietrich %0D %0D Hani%0D %0D Cassandra%0D %0D Syria%0D %0D Genesis%0D %0D Julia%0D %0D Athena%0D %0D %0D %0D
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"This is the name of a town in North Wales. The name translates as "The church of St. Mary in the hollow of white hazel trees near the rapid whirlpool by St. Tysilio's of the red cave" in Welsh, has long claimed the fame of having the longest name in the world.
However, there is a hill in New Zealand called:
I remember Micheal Palin, on his train journey show was seen holding a metal sign from this Welch town, it was given to him. He seemed really excited to have it.
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|by Anonymous||reply 87||08/05/2010|
caca waffle giblet smirk Talula Kalamazoo squirt laffy taffy
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willy nilly winky tinky flabbergasted
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R66 = Sandra Lee
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Copacetic%0D %0D Okey-Dokey
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Mr. Dobolina, Mr. Bob Dobolina. Mr. Dobolina, Mr. Bob Dobolina
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cracka ass cracka
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Bob Loblaw's law blog
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pickled pigs feet
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My father worked with a woman who had the best name:%0D %0D Albina Kanavachiola.
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Cunt%0D %0D Cuntface%0D %0D Cuntster%0D %0D
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pilaster%0D %0D fuddy duddy%0D %0D French Lick
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I think it's fun to hear NPR host Diane Rehm, telling her listeners "you can tweet me..."
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The Director of Collections of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam is named.....%0D %0D Taco Dibbets.
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Gina Lollobrigida%0D %0D Melina Mercouri%0D %0D Anna Magnani%0D %0D Mainbocher%0D %0D Giorgio Tozzi%0D %0D Lainie Kazan%0D %0D Shazzam!
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Oh Shazzam! I love it!
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Dingbat%0D %0D Hissyfit%0D %0D Diplodocus
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Padma Lakshmi%0D %0D Say it aloud 3 times fast and you'll see how much fun its!
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|by Anonymous||reply 119||08/28/2010|
eau de toilette
|by Anonymous||reply 120||08/28/2010|
Just about anything Yiddish
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sylphlike dolichocephalic umbrage
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Borborygmi (stomach growling)
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|by Anonymous||reply 129||05/29/2013|
Then sit back and watch the stupid people lose their shit.
Always a laugh riot.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||05/29/2013|
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OP's words are all MORE fun to mispronounce!
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r18, Smothers Brothers?
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Monongahela (ma-NON-ga-HEEL-ah): a river in Pennsylvania
salpingo-oophorectomy (sal-PING-o / oof-o-REK-toe-mee): surgical removal of a fallopian tube & an ovary
Filboid Studge: one of Saki's many fine stories, at link
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super elastic bubble plastic
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|by Anonymous||reply 142||05/31/2013|
Finnish is filled with fun words.
means "not even when taking into account its tendency of not disorganizing."
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ting chateau sheree beast marion cotillard chantay shady boots boot/boots chablis
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"Eleemosynary" is one of my favorite words to say. In fact, I just love R149's list.
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Then sit back and watch the stupid people lose their shit.
Always a laugh riot."
I hear you, r130. I've used it in very specific circumstances, waiting for the assholes to take the bait and, god, they didn't disappoint!
On another occasion, I happened to mention the town of Fishkill in conversation, not knowing there was a PETA member present, who, needless, to say, launched into a tirade about what a disgusting name it was and should be changed (there actually was a protest about this in upstate NY). I informed the idiot that "Fishkill" is Dutch for "stream of fish" which silenced the moron real quick!
|by Anonymous||reply 153||05/31/2013|
Everything sounds better in French, n'est-ce pas, R151?
|by Anonymous||reply 154||05/31/2013|
from the David Muir thread, "Onondaga" (with "Hill," the name of the town near Syracuse, NY, where David grew up).
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I really like r153.
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|by Anonymous||reply 157||05/31/2013|
yeah everythings better in french. isabelle huppert
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So much more descriptive than "drunk" or "lush."
"What? That old BOOZEBAG?"
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The New Bozina
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Slender-shouldered-soldier. Say it again. And again. Now, get it out of your head.
|by Anonymous||reply 168||05/31/2013|
serendipitous, zippitiy doo dah, ointment, Rancho Cucamonga
|by Anonymous||reply 169||05/31/2013|
I don't know why, but amphetamine and barbituate are fun to say, in a 60's Hollywood glamour way.
|by Anonymous||reply 170||05/31/2013|
Carol Burnett's new favorite name - Theresa Renteria - replaced her OLD favorite name which was Lavica Trickleson.
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|by Anonymous||reply 175||06/27/2013|
Countess Helen Costantino Fioratti
Princess Diane von Furstenburg Diller
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Samantha Davis, Jr.
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|by Anonymous||reply 178||02/28/2014|
Jack: Doily. Doily?
Jack: Can you use it in a sentence?
Karen: "He walked doily down the street."
Jack: Oh, DOILY!
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bulvan,yiddisha mama, cholent,mench,vas iz givane iz gavane mernishdoo( what's past is past in yiddish)oy vey!
|by Anonymous||reply 183||03/01/2014|
I swear it wasn't a set up. I had to page two people at work once. I got phoned by different departments. One person I had to page had the last name "Dick." The other "Cox." The guy in the office with me was making BJ faces as I got on the P.A. system and I started laughing half way through.
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