Tag: inventions


  1. a wordoid that is a combination of the words “short” or “street”, and “language”
  2. a type of language that consists of words and phrases that are regarded as very informal, are more common in speech than writing, and are typically restricted to a particular context or group of people

Whatevs bruh, your slang is a bit too much of a jabberwocky.

I couldn’t understand my screenager as she uses too much hogwash slang when texting.

#language #talk #expressions #communication #jargon #inventions #replacement

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  1. the activity of getting a large group of people to contribute to a project or task, especially through a website where people can make contributions
  2. the act of taking a job traditionally performed by an employee and outsourcing it to an undefined, generally large group of people in the form of an open call

Currently I’m experimenting with crowdsourcing to see if I can complete my project sooner by taking advantage of other resources.

Is it possible to crowdsource the content of this website? I think it will be much more efficient.

#people #tech #internet #work #jobs #social #inventions #ideas #product #creative #website #digital

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  1. a brief trivial item of news or information
  2. an assumption, speculation, or unreliable information that is reported and repeated so often that it already becomes accepted as fact.
  3. supposedly a “fact”, but is not entirely true which can then be used to embellish a story
  4. an invented fact that is believed to be true

You need to validate that factoid of yours, bro. We need to settle this once and for all.

What is the difference between a fact and a factoid? There seems to be a very thin line between the two.

#information #news #ideas #inventions


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a cooling pad insert for pillows that brings a cooling relief to the user throughout the night – with customizable temperature preferences, this pad also features memory foam for a gentle, comfortable pad.


I need a chillow for tonight’s sleep – where can I get one?

They bought the newly-wed a pair of chillow which the couple really liked.

#product #ideas #inventions #sleep

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  1. a place where one can express creativity through the buying and selling of handmade, vintage artsy goods
  2. a peer-to-peer (P2P) e-commerce website focused on handmade or vintage items and supplies, as well as unique factory-manufactured items. These items cover a wide range, including art, photography, clothing, jewelry, food, bath and beauty products, quilts, knick-knacks, and toys

Gurl, where did you get that thang? Did you buy it on Etsy?

These are dope, bruh. Why not sell ’em on Etsy?

#internet #tech #business #entrepreneurship #startup #social #digital #marketing #network #product #creative #inventions #ideas #moneymatters #swag

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  1. the lexicon of words invented by Roald Dahl, who is a British novelist, short story writer, poet, and screenwriter. The words are found across his literature and explain meaning when Dahl’s dreamworld transcends normal adjectives
  2. if you gobblefunk with words, you play around with them and invent new words or meanings
  3. the language of the giants

The BFG’s instruction to Sophie: “Don’t gobblefunk around with words.”

As Roald Dahl fans around the globe gear up for the author’s celebration of life event, which also sees some of his invented words being added to the dictionary, many will expectedly be brushing up on their gobblefunk: that unmistakably “Dahlesque” language full of gloriumptiously jumpsquiffling and wondercrump words.

#inventedbywriterRoaldDahl #gobblefunk #expressions #language #ideas #inventions

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