laughingsquid:

Tournament-Style Brackets Used to Choose The Best English Word Ever

…how could hornswaggle lose?

laughingsquid:

Tournament-Style Brackets Used to Choose The Best English Word Ever

…how could hornswaggle lose?

21 September 2012 ·

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    I thought before I create a blog involving a bracket, I would show props…
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    What, no “merkin”?
  15. byrdfylter reblogged this from laughingsquid and added:
    I’d like to know what beat “echelon.” And, if it wasn’t in the tournament, that’s a travesty.
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    hahaSouther.
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    I’m personally a fan of kerfuffle
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    How did Gherkin EVER beat Kerfuffle?
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