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User Name: Rap God
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Joined: Monday, December 23, 2013
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Topic: Are you an idiot? Game
Posted: Tuesday, December 31, 2013 4:06:22 AM
Rap God wrote:

>a word with the same consonant repeated at least 6 times


I originally thought of Restlessness, but that's only 5, but apparently Restlessness's is technically a word.
Topic: Are you an idiot? Game
Posted: Tuesday, December 31, 2013 3:52:10 AM
I got this from /lit/ on 4chan. I thought people here might be interested.
In most cases there are many, many possible solutions to the puzzles. In one case there are over 6, 000 words you could use, so Im not going to list them all.
Only one or two puzzles have 1 answer.
Don't worry, I'm an idiot too. I couldn't get through Autism mode either and only got halfway through Hard Mode myself using the following words:

Rhythm - a word with no vowels
Hijinx - a word with three dotted letters in a row

Rhythm/Synth/Sync/Glyph/Crypt - 5 words with no vowels
Revolutionaries/Internationalise 5 words with at least 8 vowels - that's as far as I got


Also, Y is a consonant of course. Some people consider it a vowel, but I only see A, E, I, O and U as vowels.
Topic: word association(Psychoanalysis)
Posted: Tuesday, December 31, 2013 2:02:00 AM
Kevin Rudd
Topic: Paronomasias
Posted: Tuesday, December 31, 2013 1:55:16 AM
KentFlanagan wrote:
Although puns are considered by some to be the lowest form of humor and a waste of time, I think clever wordplay can be very helpful for anyone trying to develop vocabulary. Although I rarely comment on this forum, I think it is inappropriate for IMcRout to run roughshod over such efforts.


Hey, IMcRout seems pretty cool to me. At 17.29-something posts a day, the dude must know something about where shit should be posted.

It was my mistake.
Topic: Are you an idiot? Game
Posted: Tuesday, December 31, 2013 1:46:27 AM
autism mode
a word with no vowels
a word with three dotted letters in a row
a word with the same consonant repeated at least 6 times

hard mode
5 words with no vowels
5 words with at least 8 vowels
5 words with at least 11 different definitions
a word with all the vowels in sequential order
5 words with the same vowel repeated 5 times

-you are not an idiot-

expert mode
a word with at least 11 vowels
an 8 letter word with no vowels

god mode
a word with no consonants


All words must be in English. If you have to use Google, you've already lost.
Topic: other venal Poles like his lady American Lit. prof; it even happened (and more than once) that their exposure came about through
Posted: Saturday, December 28, 2013 1:57:42 AM
American Literature Professor
Topic: Paronomasias
Posted: Friday, December 27, 2013 6:12:39 AM
Let's have a paronomasia thread. I'll start.

"I tried to pay homage, but I was overcharged"
"Rap is like scissors, it always loses to rock"
"If Paul Walker was a conversationalist, he'd be Paul Talker"
"The only difference between a pizza and my pizza jokes, is my pizza jokes can't be topped"
Topic: If I weren't late, I wouldn't be fired.
Posted: Monday, December 23, 2013 11:37:15 PM
Instead of saying; "I am late and the boss has sacked me already", why not; "I am late and the boss has sacked me"

I see you are attempting to write this in the present tense. Why not try past tense? "I was late, and so the boss sacked me"

It just sounds more natural.