Bob Neale writes:
I was way more than just impressed with your creation of new words at Her Majesty's expense. In fact, if you keep this up, you'll make an addict of me (yes, it was hard to refrain from Homrenizing that). Please keep composing novel words until they lay you in that ultimate box, when you can begin undoing your ripening of the language by decomposing.
I wish I could take credit for coining those words, but I heard them somewhere long ago - you can find definitions of them in whacky dictionaries out on the internet. They’ve long been on my personal mental list of words I think are funny (like “tweezers” and “gubernatorial”…)
Paul Bosco writes:
Your words are probably not as serious an offence as is the inclusion --incursion?!-- of LIMERICKS --that lowest, lousiest and Leariest of all poesies-- in(to) our highbrow weekly.
On the Prudishness of Ron Guth
I thought Mr. Guth in denial
When the "prig" charge he sought to revile.
But he pulled off the trick
By uttering "prick".
No prude uses words so penial.
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