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I have a love/hate relationship with Facebook, which leans more toward hate. The controls are unintuitive, the settings change all the time, and it's full of social stupidity made worse by the fact that all your relatives and people who teased you in high school are there. In my frustrations, I've taken to calling it "Facebutt." Some of my friends started calling it Facebutt, too. At first, I was amused. "They think I'm funny! Awesome!" Then, I started having doubts. What if their friends started saying it? And their friends? How will I feel when the word is just out there in the wild, and I hear it spoken by a total stranger? Horrors!

I found myself becoming possessive of the word. I imagine a lot of writers have this problem, becoming attached to words they coin. Then again, maybe not. I've always been strange that way. Is it ridiculous? Absolutely! I still want to plant my flag on the word, anyway. Facebutt is mine.

I also totally came up with "dooter."

It's a new month, and that means a new vote incentive! Get KT into the top 100 of Top Web Comics for a day, and there will be a bonus comic Monday, May 31. I already have an idea, and it's a doozy! Also, be sure to check this week's auctions. Lots of good stuff ending today, and more going up!




May. 6th, 2010 04:53 pm (UTC)
I am completely convinced I came up with -fest. As in Quiz-fest. The adding of fest to words is MY THING....

How do I know this?

When I was a kid, like a really little kid, so little I don't remember doing it, they taught me to breathe through my nose and make grabby motions with my hands at the same time, cuz they thought it was funny.

In turn I taught my littlest sister to do the same, and when she did it we used to call out "Nose-fest" and thus it was named Nose-fest

About 6 months or later I heard something called quiz-fest, and then it seemed everything was something-fest. BUT never untill the invention of Nose-fest had I heard it.... therefore I INVENTED IT!!!


Unlike Minty, I want royalties... since you can totally trademark words.

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