A radio station was running a competition – words that weren’t in the dictionary yet could still be used in a sentence that would make logical sense. The prize was a trip to Bali.

DJ: “96 FM here, what’s your name?”

Caller: “Hi, my name’s Dave.”

DJ: “Dave, what’s your word?”

Caller: “Goan… spelt G-O-A-N pronounced ‘go-an’.”

DJ: “You are correct, Dave, ‘goan’ is not in the dictionary. Now, for a trip to Bali: What sentence can you use that word in that would make sense?”

Caller: “Goan fuck yourself!”

The DJ cut the caller off and took other calls, all unsuccessful until:

DJ: “96 FM, what’s your name?”

Caller: “Hi, me name’s Jeff.”

DJ: “Jeff, what’s your word?”

Caller: “Smee, spelt S-M-E-E, pronounced ‘smee’.”

DJ: “You are correct, Jeff, ‘smee’ is not in the dictionary. Now, for a trip to Bali: What sentence can you use that word in that would make sense?”

Caller: “Smee again! Goan fuck yourself!”

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12 Comments

  1. I hate this kind of vulgar language so why can’t I stop laughing before my mother hears me and asks what is so funne.

  2. Judy, because you’ve been living a dull life ’till now, judging by the fact you hate vulgar language…

    Anyways awesome post 😛

    VyRuZ
  3. So funny I actually laughed… so funny, in fact, I had to post to say it was funny.

    Very good.

    Lord Matt
  4. Another great word I heard today. It is “omniocracy” and was invented by Charlotte Laws. It can be found online at http://www.omniocracy.info It should be added to the dictionary. As an enlightened being, I’d like to see it put into practice in this “me first” country.

    Which word won the contest? Funny idea to have that sort of contest.

    ben jasper

    Ben J

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