အဆဲဋီကာအတြက္.. အခ်က္အလက္ေလးေတြ… လာစုထားတာပါ…။
ျဖည္းျဖည္းခ်င္းျဖည့္မယ္စိတ္ကူးတယ္..။
သိသူေတြလည္း.. တင္သြားၾကေပါ့..။ စာေတြကိုေတာ့… မွတ္တမ္းအခ်က္အလက္စုတာမို႕..

မ်က္စိနဲ႔မနာ.. ဖ၀ါးနဲ႔နာ..။

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ေအာက္က… အေျခအေနနဲ႔ဆက္စပ္တာအကုန္ေရးတင္ႏိုင္ပါေၾကာင္း..။ :)

လူဆဲနည္း ၊ ဘုန္းႀကီး ဆဲနည္း ၊ စင္ေပၚက မိုက္က႐ိုဖုန္းနဲ႔ ဆဲနည္း ၊ ေဖ့စ္ဘြတ္မွာ profile ပံုမ႐ွိဘဲ ခိုးေၾကာင္ခိုးဝွက္ဆဲနည္း ၊ ကုလား ဆဲနည္း ၊ ဗမာဆဲနည္း ၊ တိုင္းရင္းသားဆဲနည္း ၊ တစ္ဦးစီကို ဆဲနည္္း ၊ အဖြဲ ့လိုက္သိမ္းက်ံဳ းဆဲနည္း ၊ ပါတီ ကို ဆဲနည္း ၊ အစိုးရကို ဆဲနည္း ၊ ဘယ္သူ႔ကိုဆဲေနမွန္း မသိရတဲ့ ဆဲနည္း ၊ ၾကားလိုက္တာနဲ႔ ၾကက္သီးေမြညင္း ထလာႏိုင္တဲ့ ဆဲနည္း ၊ ၾကားလိုက္တာနဲ႔ ႐ုပ္႐ွင္ၾကည့္ေနရသလို ကြက္ကြက္ကြင္းကြင္း ျမင္လာေစတဲ့ဆဲနည္း ၊ မရဲတရဲေလး ဆဲနည္း ၊ တစ္တစ္ခြခြ အားရပါးရဆဲနည္း ၊ တိုတိုေလး ဆဲနည္း ၊ အ႐ွည္ႀကီး ဆဲနည္း စသည္ျဖင့္ ….

ေအာက္မွာ.. ရွိတ္စပီးယားရဲ႔.. ဆဲစကားတခ်ိဳ႔လည္း အင္တာနက္ကရွာျပီးတင္ထားေပးတယ္..။
ဘာသာျပန္ေကာင္းမ်ားရွိရင္.. မဆိုးဘူးထင္တာပဲ..။

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http://www.lssu.edu/banished/

 

And now, the 2017 list:

You, Sir Hails from a more civilized era when duels were the likely outcome of disagreements. Today, we suffer on-line trolls and Internet shaming.

Focus – Good word, but overused when concentrate or look at would work fine.  See 1983’s banishment of, We Must Focus Our Attention.

Bête Noire – After consulting a listing of synonyms, we gather this to be a bugbear, pet peeve, bug-boo, pain, or pest to our nominators.

Town Hall Meeting – Candidates seldom debate in town halls anymore. Needs to be shown the door along with “soccer mom(s)” and “Joe Sixpack” (banned in 1997).

Post-Truth – To paraphrase the late Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, we are entitled to our own opinions but not to our own facts.

Guesstimate – When guess and estimate are never enough.

831 – A texting encryption of, I love you: 8 letters, 3 words, 1 meaning. Never encrypt or abbreviate one’s love.

Historic – Thrown around far too much. What’s considered as such is best left to historians rather than the contemporary media.

Manicured – As in a manicured lawn. Golf greens are the closest grass comes to being manicured.

Echo Chamber – Lather, rinse, and repeat. After a while, everything sounds the same.

On Fleek – Anything that is on-point, perfectly executed, or looking good. Needs to return to its genesis: perfectly groomed eyebrows.

Bigly – Did the candidate say “big league” or utter this 19th-Century word that means, in a swelling blustering manner? Who cares? Kick it out of the echo chamber!

Ghost – To abruptly end communication, especially on social media. Is it rejection angst, or is this word really as overused as word-banishment nominators contend? Either way, our committee feels the pain.

Dadbod – The flabby opposite of a chiseled-body male ideal. Should not empower dads to pursue a sedentary lifestyle.

Listicle – Numbered or bulleted list created primarily to generate views on the Web, LSSU’s word-banishment list excluded.

“Get your dandruff up . . . ” – The Committee is not sure why this malapropism got nominators’ dander up in 2016.

Selfie Drone – In what could be an ominous development, the selfie – an irritating habit of constantly photographing and posting oneself to social media – is being handed off to a flying camera. How can this end badly?

Frankenfruit – Another food group co-opted by “frankenfood.” Not to be confused with other forms of genetically modified language.

Disruption – Nominators are exhausted from 2016’s disruption. When humanity looks back on zombie buzzwords, they will see disruption bumping into other overused synonyms for change.


15 great William Shakespeare insults which are better than swearing

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/04/23/15-great-william-shakespeare-insults-which-are-better-than-swear/


How To Talk Dirty Using 18th Century Sex Slang, Because It’s Time To Take Your Sexting On A Time Machine Ride

https://www.bustle.com/articles/82866-how-to-talk-dirty-using-18th-century-sex-slang-because-its-time-to-take-your-sexting


http://www.pangloss.com/seidel/shake_rule.html

Shakespeare Insult Kit

Since 1996, the origin of this kit was listed as anonymous. It came to me on a piece of paper in the 90’s with no attribution, and I thought it would make a cool web page. Though I searched for the origin, I could never find it. In 2014, Lara M found the originating author. An English teacher at Center Grove High School in Greenwood Indiana named Jerry Maguire appears to be the originating author.

Combine one word from each of the three columns below, prefaced with “Thou”:

Column 1	    Column 2            Column 3 

artless             base-court          apple-john
bawdy               bat-fowling         baggage
beslubbering        beef-witted         barnacle
bootless            beetle-headed       bladder
churlish            boil-brained        boar-pig
cockered            clapper-clawed      bugbear
clouted             clay-brained        bum-bailey
craven              common-kissing      canker-blossom
currish             crook-pated         clack-dish
dankish             dismal-dreaming     clotpole
dissembling         dizzy-eyed          coxcomb
droning             doghearted          codpiece
errant              dread-bolted        death-token
fawning             earth-vexing        dewberry
fobbing             elf-skinned         flap-dragon
froward             fat-kidneyed        flax-wench
frothy              fen-sucked          flirt-gill
gleeking            flap-mouthed        foot-licker
goatish             fly-bitten          fustilarian
gorbellied          folly-fallen        giglet
impertinent         fool-born           gudgeon
infectious          full-gorged         haggard
jarring             guts-griping        harpy
loggerheaded        half-faced          hedge-pig
lumpish             hasty-witted        horn-beast
mammering           hedge-born          hugger-mugger
mangled             hell-hated          joithead
mewling             idle-headed         lewdster
paunchy             ill-breeding        lout
pribbling           ill-nurtured        maggot-pie
puking              knotty-pated        malt-worm
puny                milk-livered        mammet
qualling            motley-minded       measle
rank                onion-eyed          minnow
reeky               plume-plucked       miscreant
roguish             pottle-deep         moldwarp
ruttish             pox-marked          mumble-news
saucy               reeling-ripe        nut-hook
spleeny             rough-hewn          pigeon-egg
spongy              rude-growing        pignut
surly               rump-fed            puttock
tottering           shard-borne         pumpion
unmuzzled           sheep-biting        ratsbane
vain                spur-galled         scut
venomed             swag-bellied        skainsmate
villainous          tardy-gaited        strumpet
warped              tickle-brained      varlot
wayward             toad-spotted        vassal
weedy               unchin-snouted      whey-face
yeasty              weather-bitten      wagtail

 


My additions:

cullionly           whoreson            knave
fusty               malmsey-nosed       blind-worm
caluminous          rampallian          popinjay
wimpled             lily-livered        scullian
burly-boned         scurvy-valiant      jolt-head
misbegotten         brazen-faced        malcontent
odiferous           unwash'd            devil-monk
poisonous           bunch-back'd        toad
fishified           leaden-footed       rascal
Wart-necked         muddy-mettled       Basket-Cockle
                    pigeon-liver'd
                    scale-sided

 the big book of being rude (slang dictionary – pdf) Uploaded by bajamundicj on Feb 25, 2011

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