X

http://www.theinconsequential.com/diki/ XI Eleven ways to frustrate or aggravate a Scrabble opponent by picking up double figure score in the dying embers of a contest.

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W

http://www.theinconsequential.com/diki/ WHITE PAPER (political) Pulped fiction. Used for political bulls**t. WONDROUS Singular dross. Usually promulgated by nihilists. WORDPRESS The act of inducing someone to whine through interview. The process of conflation of syntax.

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V

http://www.theinconsequential.com/diki/ VACUITY The emptiness one feels after hoovering. VASSAL (Cornish derivation) a) A ship of fools. b) Describing a member of any populace cowed and defeated. VATIC a) Reference to value being added. b) The

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U

http://www.theinconsequential.com/diki/ UNIFORMITY The modern tendency of places of higher education to run their establishments obsessing on their portfolio and media image to the detriment of erudite debate and defence of free speech.

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T

http://www.theinconsequential.com/diki/ TABLING A MOTION a) Defecating on a particular piece of furniture, usually in boardrooms. b) (pol.) The act of beginning to talk crap at a meeting or press conference. TAXIDERMIST Ambivalent emotional state after

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S

http://www.theinconsequential.com/diki/ SEMANTICS a) (naut.) Bug usually contracted by sailors. b) (lit.) Lady Samantha’s jolly shenanigans. SCANDAL Outrageous photocopy of casual shoe. SECRETION An unwanted ability to keep cretinism hidden from others. SHELF-CONFIDENCE a) Anyone working

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R

http://www.theinconsequential.com/diki/ REALITY a) (political phil.) The prevailing socio-economic and political condition conceived of to subjugate hope. b) (obs.) A mutually accepted condition describing only immediate and certainly not immutable current existential conditions. c) Usually expressed as

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Q

http://www.theinconsequential.com/diki/ QUAINT Describes a gentle person who is prone to episodes of intermittent unconsciousness.  (obs.) Vivid yet evanescent colours.

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P

http://www.theinconsequential.com/diki/ PANTING Looking for one’s trousers. PANTALOON Someone too stupid to find their trousers. PANTOMIME a) Exhaustion of an actor with no lines. b) Performer gesturing that he/she has lost their undergarments. c) Cookware item

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O

http://www.theinconsequential.com/diki/ ODIOUS The propensity to compose poetic lamentations of lost loves. OLEFACTORY a) A place of work owned by a company with headquarters in Spain. b) A film studio where they produce slapstick and pratfall

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