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Re: MR: Wlonk update
Poster: email@example.com (Fred Homan)
Ed Hopkins wrote the following:
> > Ya know, the word (thanks to its wlonky "wl" starter) still sounds like an
> But what do you mean when you say that the start of the word is "wlonky"?
> I don't think it means what you think it means.
Actually, I do. But I couldn't resist adding the "y" to wlonk just to see
how it sounded (I do hear the written in my head, after all. :-)). Actually,
it sounds pretty cool. Now to come up with a nice derivative meaning...
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