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Monday, November 06, 2006

It's a WHAT kind of dictionary? OMG

I love the internet... I spend hours just surfing along. I know there are millions upon millions of websites. Occasionally, I find myself surprised by a major website that I've never seen or heard of... My husband told me to go to the Urban Dictionary.



Ok, if you've ever wanted to look up some slang or see the definition for some word you don't even think is real... you've got to go to the Urban Dictionary. Or, if you're looking for a good laugh! Noob... Noobist Colony... heheheh

Although, be warned... there are TONS of highly naughty words and some with downright disgusting definitions. I didn't notice any ratings and my husband about peed himself when he saw my reaction to some of the words he wanted me to visit.... all I can say is ICK!!! They were just wrong, WRONG!

I had no idea so many people sat around trying to think of such disgusting things to do with fecal matter. Really folks, it's not that interesting.

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3 Comments:

Blogger ECR said...

Urban Dictionary is definitely a good source for writers. It's not quite as useful as Wikipedia, but then again, what is? ;) On a side note, I'm glad you stopped by my place and that it gave me the chance to find your blog. Even though I have high hopes of writing a novel someday (soon), I don't read any blogs focused on the craft of writing. It's about time that changes. I'll be back!

5:14 PM  
Blogger Sarah said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving the comment. Urban dictionary can be quiet entertaining. It helped convince my husband that I did not make up "asshat".

5:42 PM  
Blogger Rashenbo said...

I wonder if we can use Urban dictionary for Scrabble?????

10:43 PM  

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