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" Doncaster had a naming contest for their two new gritting lorries, and the public came through in brilliant fashion! "

 

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Is that British humor or Amirican ingenuity?

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8 minutes ago, dEsTurbed1 said:

Is that British humor or Amirican ingenuity?

Considering it's in Britain, I doubt there was any American "ingenuity" involved.

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David Plowie is pretty good though. 

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Brits come up with the weirdest of names

although, I would blame the Welsh, Irish and Scots for this, more than England.

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10 minutes ago, MrDeaf said:

Brits come up with the weirdest of names

although, I would blame the Welsh, Irish and Scots for this, more than England.

Allow me to share a quote from my Discord Channel's wall of fame while talking about the longest word in any language. Turned out to be the chemical name of Titin, the largest known protein, 189,819 words long:

Chobittsu: "Methionyltreonylthreonylglutaminylalrylglycylphenylalanylprolylvalylprolyylglycylarginylalanyllysylleucylthreonylglutamylleucylleucylvalyllysylalanutaminylvalylarginylvalylthreonylglycglutaminylglutamylglycylaspartylleucyylthreonylserylthreonylalanylglutamylglutaminylthreonylarginylisoleucylglunylglutaminylleucylprolylhistidyllysyylglutaminylserylprolylserylprolylisoonylserylprolylisoleucylarginylserylvtamylglycyltyrosylvalylalanylserylsercylarginyltyrosylglycylvalylglutaminyserylalanylseryltyrosylalanylalanylglulalanyllysylglutamylvalyllysylglutaminlanylalanylvalylalanylthreonylvalylvallalanylarginylvalylarginylglutamylproltamylglutaminylthreonylalanylglutaminyeonylalanylvalylhistidylisoleucylglutaglutaminylvalylarginyllysylglutamylalathreonyllysylvalylvalylvalylalanylalanlutaminylglutamylleucyllysylserylarginleucylthreonylthreonyllysylglutaminylgalylthreonylhistidylglutamylglutaminylylglutamyllysylthreonylphenylalanylvalylalanylalanyllysylalanyllysylglutamyloleucylserylglutamylglutamylisoleucylttaminylvalylthreonylglutaminylglutamylylthreonylarginyllysylthreonylvalylvalnylthreonylprolyllysylvalyllysylglutamlarginylglycylarginylglutamylglycylisolutamylglutaminylvalylglutaminylisoleuethionylarginyllysylglutamylalanylgluthreonylisoleucylalanylvalylalanylthreoutaminylglutamylthreonylisoleucylleucyonylmethionylalanylthreonylarginylglututaminylvalylthreonylhistidylglycyllyslalanylglutamylalanylvalylalanylthreonylglutaminylalanylarginylvalylarginylglycylhistidylleucylglutamylglutamylserthreonylthreonylleucylglutamyltyrosylgleucyls"
"It goes on like that for a while"

Wadsworth (British) :
"I bet you that's a town in Wales"

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