Discussion in 'Oceania Discussion Boards' started by DarthOpus, Apr 29, 2005.
Well, eruditely is ok (it's pronounce lurnd, pepe - lurnd)but inconstruint? You got me.
Ok, the best I can make out is that he means 'lacking interpretation by you good learned selves', or something, in other words you don't understand his 'irony'.
That, or he wants a vege-burger minus the salad.
Just between you and me Kahls...
I have a feeling he might be a few lentils short of a vege burger.
Aww be nice!
I am being nice officer...
There's no malice here, just honest ribbing between folk.
We're still allowed to do that aren't we?
I won't be interrogated, and thrown in a cell with my head shaved will I?
Gud-Gawd not the hair!!! Not my beautiful flowing locks!
All I ask is for a piece of toilet paper, and a pencil.
I think that inconstruint is a perfectly cromulant word that enbiggens the soul.
conÂ·strue ( P ) Pronunciation Key (kn-str)
v. conÂ·strued, conÂ·struÂ·ing, conÂ·strues
To adduce or explain the meaning of; interpret: construed my smile as assent. See Synonyms at explain.
To analyze the structure of (a clause or sentence).
To use syntactically: The noun fish can be construed as singular or plural.
To translate, especially aloud.
To analyze grammatical structure.
To be subject to grammatical analysis.
An interpretation or translation.
... just because you slap together 2 actual words doesn't make the result a proper word.
That's just being studiculous...
Ah, Jackalopes. The bastard pets of Piltdown Man.