A Conversation for Have I Got News For You-The TV Series.
DJR Posted Mar 28, 2004
well while that is a ridiculously long word, it is not THE longest - german cannot have a longest word as numbers can go on to infinity, and thus writing the name of a number can go on to infinity...
Fraeya Posted Mar 29, 2004
deano u r the most pedantic person i have EVER known
the same applies in english, but for some strange reason they dont print all the numbers there could possably be in the dictionary.
the longest word that IS in the dictionary is:
which is 45 letters long and is a lung condition sufferd my miners.
and antidisestablishmentarianism is pretty good too
and hippopotomonstroseequipedalianism 32, the liking of saying long words
but ther ewas an article in the rt a while ago showing that any word could have loads of prefixes and suffixes afdded on making it even longer so there isn't really a 'longest word', in english or in gewrman:-p
Thin Lizzy Posted Apr 3, 2004
Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliaphobia: Phobia of long words. That just takes the piss.
"I'm sorry to say you've got hippopotomonst-"
*sigh* "Margery, can you please get my patient out from underneath the magazine table?"
Fraeya Posted Apr 4, 2004
lol! ahh the irony
isnt it sad that americans dont get irony/sarcasm what miserable lives they must lead, not that i care of course
actually ther are SOME nice americans, i email one of them and talk to others of them, its just in general they are so annoying
DJR Posted Apr 7, 2004
oh no, the same does not reply to english. numbers become seperate words in english. E.G. nine million, nine hundred and ninety-nine thousand nine hundred and ninety-nine. amazingly enough, that's not one word. good luck with your english exam though.
Fraeya Posted Apr 10, 2004
Ahh Deano, Lord of Pedancticity, allow me to follow in your footsteps for a second: 'same does not reply'. I think you might possably mean 'apply'. Also 'E.G.' should be in small case. However the beginning of a sentance should really start with a capital. Oh by the way, thank you for the good luck wishes. I would like to return them to you as you clearly need luck more than I do.
DJR Posted Apr 13, 2004
"sentance" is actually spelt "sentence".
and why would you say i need more luck than you??? after all, i'm fairly sure you didn't get straight A**s (and there are meant to be TWO stars there, its not a mistake) in your English GCSE coursework...?
Fraeya Posted Apr 16, 2004
oh right a new grade has magically been invented just for you deano because you are such a boff
and no, I being a mere mortal have only got straight As in english coursework so far.
you must be runnning out of things to criticise considering you are now picking up on typos...
DJR Posted Apr 18, 2004
well the exam boards will obviously take it as 'A*', but my work have nice A**s with a circle round them at the end.
but yeah you're right, I am running out of things to criticise... there are only so many ways in which you're a raving lunatic...
Fraeya Posted Apr 20, 2004
"my work have" i think that should be 'has'
deano you are such a boff!
and i am not a raving lunatic...im small blue cauliflower who lives in chechoslovakia
*yes i know thats not how you spell it, but i cant be bothered to find and atlas*
DJR Posted Apr 20, 2004
that and the fact that any atlas from the last 10 years or so wouldn' help you - Czechoslovakia ceased to exist, becoming the states of Czech Rep. and Slovakia.
Thin Lizzy Posted Apr 25, 2004
Ah! So this is why I haven't looked at my conversations for weeks! Deano, stop being a smug boff. Fraeya and Deano, stop criticising each other's typos.
Fraeya Posted Apr 26, 2004
Thin Lizzy Posted May 15, 2004
Don't worry, I'll be off again soon, on another tangent of abundant madness. I've decided that when I grow up I want to be a candidate for the Monster Raving Loony Party.
Fraeya Posted May 18, 2004
yay! LOL you'd be brillient lizzy! i think the country would be so much better run if we had them... INSANITLY RULES THE WORLD MWHAHAHAHA
excuse me an arthritic bright yellow ostrich is at the door...
Thin Lizzy Posted May 19, 2004
Let him in, I wonder if he likes tea and prunes??
Fraeya Posted May 24, 2004
he says "i feel i must consume seven tonnes of nail clippings and that he'd like on of the bright red ones if theres any availible. if not he'd like a salamander"
Thin Lizzy Posted May 31, 2004
Hey, we can do salamanders. Top shelf of the broom cupbord, beside the escaped Convict.
Fraeya Posted Jun 2, 2004
lol got them but the escaped convict escaped. that is the convict who escaped escaped. no the escaped...
when i was drunk once my brother said i was as drunk as a newt and i saidi wasnt, i was as drunk as a salamander. only as you can guess it didnt exactly come out like salamnder...
Thin Lizzy Posted Jun 9, 2004
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