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    A Collection of Word Oddities and Trivia - Includes book of word records, palindromic words, pangrams, most beautiful and ugly words, Scrabble words, and Bible word trivia.

    Words and Stuff - A occasional column on words and word play.

    Sanskrit Puns in the Beggar's Opera - Researched essay on John Gay's play and its Sanskrit wordplay connections. - Dedicated to amusing quirks, peculiarities, and oddities of the English language.

    Stink Pink - Questions have answers with two rhyming words.

    Piece of Pi MadLibs - Site featuring a collection of madlibs.

    The Nautical Origins for Some Common Expressions - Explaining the marine origins of some common words, figures of speech, and everyday expressions.

    The Collective Noun Page - Entertaining and annotated listing of collective nouns such as 'a murder of crows' and 'a pomposity of professors'. - A large collection of palindromes, focusing on palindromic single sentences. Currently over 2,000 archived.

    The Palindromist Magazine - An offline journal for people who write and enjoy palindromes.

    Phobias - Article lists some of the more amusing phobias, like arachibutyrophobia-- fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of the mouth.

    Database of American Proprietary Eponyms - List of American brand names which have fallen into general use.

    Janet's Wordplay Site - Articles, puzzles, and quizzes. Dozens of features about having fun with words.

    Verbisms - Features words with double meanings, like "Egg Rolls".

    The Unjumbler - Word jumble puzzle solver, and anagram finder.

    Apostrophe's Rule - A site on Apostrophes and how to use them properly.

    Smurf the Web - The WebSmurfer will translate any web page into Smurf jargon.

    Wireless Power Word Game - Challenging word jumbles posted every week. - Funny and cool away messages for you to use on such services as AOL, AIM, and ICQ.

    Acronym Finder - Searchable database of primarily computer, technology and military acronyms and abbreviations. Includes the Acronym Finder Random Systematic Buzz Phrase Projector Acronym Generator (AFRSBPPAG).

    Dislexicon Word Generator - Contains Dislexicon generates new made up words and definitions for the words.

    The Pangram Page - Contains definition and lists of pangrams. Includes some in French and Latin as well as English pangrams.

    The Pangram Page - Contains an introduction to pangrams including why they are needed and examples, which are highlighed in purple.

    Lost in Translation - Uses the Systran translation software to transfer a given sentence from English to five different languages and back.

    Wordage: The Game of Words - Has three levels of difficulty to challenge the average player as well as any lurking wordsmiths.

    Wordies on the Web - Translate these arrangements of letters, numbers and/or symbols into a familiar phrase, saying or cliché.

    SadMan Software: Wordplay - Software for the word-puzzle enthusiast.

    Jim Kalb's Palindrome Connection - A collection of palindromes, phrases that spell the same forwards as backwards, with links to relevant resources on the web and elsewhere.

    How to translate "Oh my God! There's an axe in my head." - How to say the phrase in dozens of languages from Ape to Welch.

    The Atlantic Online: Lost in Translation - Article explores the then currently available online translation programs, their strengths and shortcomings. Some humorous examples of mistranslated phrases.

    Teach the stupid sausage - Here you can teach a little cute sausage definitions of words. - A collection of made-up words and definitons created by everyday people, out of necessity or for humor.

    The Devil's Dictionary Random Definitions - Quotes from Ambrose Bierce's satirical definition selected at random. Complete text also available.

    Humour Articles - Humor collection of many years compiled from magazines, newspapers, emails and the web. Why Ask Why, Computers' Daft Definitions and Deft Definitions Collection included.

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