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    Lucy Chambers' command of the English language continues to flounder me. I have a dictionary by my side every time I come on here so I can work out what the fawk some of these complex words mean.

    So, I have come up with an idea; how about you, Lucy Chambers, come into this here thread, post some word which nobody knows the meaning of and explain it to us?

    How about we make it a regular thing? It could be like "drop one, keep one" only better.

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    If not, then to salvage the thread I'm gonna post a video of this delicious goth girl with huge knockers and her "Japanese Word Of The Week". Her videos can make for good wanking material


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    Lucy does that to be a bit "dramatic" and make you remember what she says more. Why use a complicated/rare word when an easy/everyday one will do?

    I've seen that Japanese-speaking girl on Rudetube, I dont really like her. She's a bit annoying and fake and a little... fat in her face. She looks like a goth, and japanophile. >_> I MUCH prefer this girl who can actually teach you things and is actually interesting/good:

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicegirlsarenice View Post
    Lucy does that to be a bit "dramatic" and make you remember what she says more. Why use a complicated/rare word when an easy/everyday one will do?
    Because quite often the complicated/rare word more appropriately expresses what you're trying to say.
    Besides, using simplified easy/everyday words all the time is dull and lacks any real character.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiefHandker View Post
    Because quite often the complicated/rare word more appropriately expresses what you're trying to say.
    Besides, using simplified easy/everyday words all the time is dull and lacks any real character.
    Yeah but too much all the time is unnecessary and distracting. Constantly thinking about words doesn't help rational thinking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz View Post
    Lucy Chambers' command of the English language continues to flounder me. I have a dictionary by my side every time I come on here so I can work out what the fawk some of these complex words mean.

    So, I have come up with an idea; how about you, Lucy Chambers, come into this here thread, post some word which nobody knows the meaning of and explain it to us?

    How about we make it a regular thing? It could be like "drop one, keep one" only better.
    Flounder? Did you mean fluster?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicegirlsarenice View Post
    Lucy does that to be a bit "dramatic" and make you remember what she says more. Why use a complicated/rare word when an easy/everyday one will do?

    I've seen that Japanese-speaking girl on Rudetube, I dont really like her. She's a bit annoying and fake and a little... fat in her face. She looks like a goth, and japanophile. >_> I MUCH prefer this girl who can actually teach you things and is actually interesting/good:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz View Post
    Lucy Chambers' command of the English language continues to flounder me. I have a dictionary by my side every time I come on here so I can work out what the fawk some of these complex words mean.

    So, I have come up with an idea; how about you, Lucy Chambers, come into this here thread, post some word which nobody knows the meaning of and explain it to us?

    How about we make it a regular thing? It could be like "drop one, keep one" only better.
    I love language. My favourite word is serendipity but its a bitch to slip that one in to general conversation. Glad you approve Buzz darling, your late night posts rather amuse me too
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Gordo View Post
    Flounder? Did you mean fluster?
    Flummox I think
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    the word i most associate with our dear luce is ..........kerfuffle...
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