Self-invented words ...

Yes subconsciously all the time. I have been diagnosed with a specific weakness in reading ability by a chartered psychologist which impacts my vocabulary. There are thus to many words to list + I don’t know what they are!
 

Drago

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Yes subconsciously all the time. I have been diagnosed with a specific weakness in reading ability by a chartered psychologist which impacts my vocabulary. There are thus to many words to list + I don’t know what they are!
Ah, I had commenced speculation about your reading ability, based upon your apparent poor grammatical and oratory prowess ;)

It was I that took the word 'fiddler', slang for a player of the violin or viola, and applied it to the burgeoning ranks of 70s celebrity perverts.
 

Drago

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I invented twunt and shonky. I sold the latter to Richard Hammond for a tenner, half a pack of Bensons, and a well thumbed copy of Razzle.

In the police a flock of sergeants is called a 'confusion'.
 
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monkers

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I invented twunt and shonky. I sold the latter to Richard Hammond for a tenner, half a pack of Bensons, and a well thumbed copy of Razzle.



In the police a flock of sergeants is called a 'confusion'.
I think *twunt* might need peer review. :blush:


... and a collection of constables is called a 'gallery'?
 
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