[extropy-chat] toot toot
alex at ramonsky.com
Tue Apr 5 16:18:44 UTC 2005
>Neesings are the olde English way of saying sneezes. I figure
>what Job had in mind is an air breathing beast, exhaling with
>a burst upon surfacing, which might resemble a sneeze. The
>original word is actually more onomatopoetically true, for
>when one sneezes it sounds a little more like NEES than SNEEZE,
>does it not?
No Spike, it sounds like "Pththththththththchchch". Does that mean
there's something wrong with me?
>Now, had not Eugen scolded us for excessive silliness and
>lack of focus, we would probably have a number of posts
>regarding knights who say NEE and such as that.
...All work and no play, makes Jack a unipolar depressive who pays me
$40 an hour to say "Nee!" and sells a truckload of antidepressants, so
don't knock it, okay. : )
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