Discussion in 'G&GR Scarf Awards 2010' started by Scarfman, Oct 18, 2010.
Kind of like a (cave) troll?
one of my friends said i embodied the trollface meme, if you know about the internet..
If by that he means you looked the same you must make a lot of small children cry
that made me cry ;_;
this is so close you've hidden the poll?
Less embarassment for my minimal number of votes.
That is an awesome campaign slogan, should make you a shoe-in.
Not from me!
'Tis a race in 3 with a couple of smokies.
Keep up the banter, obscure respiratory ailments aside Le Konze.
Speak for yourself!
All the polls have been hidden until they close. Mods can still see them though.
The suspense is killing me.
Rest easy Naza, you are no chance for this one!
By all means antagonise the contenders though!
Is there a (non-smoking) doctor in the house?
obviously this is fascism and web censorship ala the Current government
Are you related to Sir Ritchie McCaw?:lmao:
My research (wikipedia) is suggesting that while the longest word in any major English language dictionary is pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, a 45-letter word supposed to refer to a lung disease contracted from the inhalation of volcanic ash, research has discovered that this word was originally intended as a hoax.
You may regain respectability if you can recite pseudopseudohypoparathyroidism, and floccinaucinihilipilification five times at the GAGR EOYD.:yay
Speaking of ridiculous long names, how about "Taumata*whakatangihanga*koauau*o*tamatea*turi*pukakapiki*maunga*horo*nuku*pokai*whenua*kitanatahu". A place name in NZ. Though being kiwi, it doesn't have to be long to be ridiculous.
Found it on wikiepedia.checking the veracity of above. And it is true..so wikipedia must be right. Or more accurately Hugh Jarse must be right.
Stephen Jones (the Welsh 10, I mean) can pronounce "Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch"; he does it in this video.
Great find. Without even watching the video, I think anyone within a 1 metre radius of the speaker would need to wear a raincoat to protect their clothes from the spittle generated.
Seen the video now. No '-ken idea at all what he said but it was impressive!
reminds me of the 7's where the commentary team said that they did not understand what was said in the Samoan 1/2 time huddle. Commentator two pipes up when they show the Scottish huddle " No idea what they were saying as well"
A Welsh friend of mine recited it in full one day and I almost had to get a towel!
Separate names with a comma.