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    Hypothymophyseal tract. It's a bit of your brain. Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    Hehehe I love it because it makes people so uncomfortable. I made muffins for my dad for Fathers Day. He took a bite of one and said enthusiastically 'Oh wow London, your muffin is so moist!' ...there was an extremely awkward silence followed by laughter Lol
    Hahahahahhaahah oh my gosh that's so funny lol

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    Obstreperous

    I often tell my children they are being obstreperous

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    Husqvarna. I love the way it sounds.

    And after watching the first two seasons of Big Bang back to back I'm now a fan of 'Bazinga' :-) love Sheldon.


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    'Wicked'!!
    I think that it's a cross from too much Ali-G and I also love it from Ron saying it in Harry Potter. At one point in time I found myself saying it so often, I had to wean myself off of it for a while!!

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    sphygmomanometer! (Blood pressure machine)
    I'm a nurse!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetseven View Post
    Miss16 says that is her favourite word. In addition she loves mysanthropic and myriad, and the phrase disseminated intravascular coagulation.

    Love be how her fave phrase is DIC.... Smart miss you have there


    P.s. Not being rude here... DIC is a haematology crisis.



    i like the word faceous

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calace View Post
    sphygmomanometer! (Blood pressure machine)
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    My fave nursey word! And sternocleidomastoid. I love fancy big words

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    Anaesthetist! (Another nurse here!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by decambla View Post
    Indubitably! It cracks my sister and I up for hours, but you have to say it with a certain voice
    In a bad cockney accent like **** Van Dyke in Mary Poppins. That's where I remember the word from


 

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