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You should see the latest art I made.

Will do man. You oughta listen to some of the latest audio I made too. ;)

hi dude. u rule

Heya there rocknight1991! Thank you; you too. Was thinking that earlier track might've opened some kind of rift between us hmm, glad it wasn't so!

You should hear the latest fart I made.

But not smell.

lmao XD

Could've recorded it hmm. Fortunately the tech just picks up audial resonance thus far.

Uwu

uwO

@MiklipiGD @Cyberdevil 0wu

0w0'

Can you spell otorrinolaringolo?

You mean Otorinolaryngologi, or Otorhinolaryngology?

@Cyberdevil i'm not sure if you can translate that word

In Swedish... it's still Otorinolaryngologi. :P

@Cyberdevil yhea lmao but it funny when someone can't spell that word

Hehe yeah, if I didn't have Google at my fingertips there's no way I would've gotten that right either. :P Hadn't heard that word before... comes pretty close to the classic supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

bet you can't spell the full chemical name for titin

189,819 letters?! XD Holy shit... how hadn't I heard of that before...

And why would anyone make a word that long in the first place...

People made the word 'titin'
People made chemical nomenclature
Nature made the protein
So, if anything blame nature. People don't use that word anyway outside of classification. Think of 'titin' as the filename and the chemical name as the file contents

I guess the better question is why would such a thing class as a word hmm, seems more like a sequence of sorts. Or right, as you say, the content.

Fascinating though.

I guess the follow up question is what classifies as a 'word'. There are unwritten coarse rules regarding practicality. Overtly medical, technical, or overly long terms do not show up in a scholastic dictionary, nor does the latter show up in relevant literature or conversation.

Mmm, if you Google this it does turn up as 'the longest English word' but maybe that's not official then... others claim it's pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis...

Wonder if that shows up in a sholastic dictionary.

@Cyberdevil yhea Google tranlator is something cool, but you should use reverso context only if you want to know how to use a spanish word xf

Ah they're better at Spanish in particular? Otorrinolaringología huh. :P

@Cyberdevil if is hard to spell for you is better >:)

The harder it is to spell the better?! XD I like to think simplicity's good though.

@Cyberdevil harder is better suffering is better xd

lmao you do have a point XD No pain no gain! Applicable also to spelling!!!

@Cyberdevil you know :p

You could call it: the spelling hell :P

@Cyberdevil that sounds cool :)

maybe not that 'cool' if it's really hell :P

@Cyberdevil the hell is cool :b

the hell it is ;P

@Cyberdevil i'm going to hell for being gay xd, i need to be possitive!

Ah I hope you don't believe that! XD If there is a hell though, who knows for certain...

Always good to be positive!

*throws fireballs at you*

*spits fire like a baller*

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