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A silly person once said "That's a made-up word". A wise person once responded, "All words are made up".

Long time readers of my site will know that my writing shares many similarities with Shakespeare's. I adapt other people's story-lines and ideas to the way I want to tell them. Plus, I include lots of cultural references, although not nearly as much sexual innuendo. Also, I like making up new words. In honour of this most entertaining of habits, I have decided to try to keep a log of them. While I don't expect words like Phddler to actually get any usage outside their particular entry, a term such as Social Warming might. Particularly if society starts to crumble (I'll play dark prophet some other time).

You can find my Neologism page here. Please have a look. And use the words.


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