Skerrick

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  1. Nighthawk

    Nighthawk Very Well-Known Member

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    Useless trivia is perfect for filling conversation silences. For example, did you know the worlds smallest tree is the arctic willow, which grows to approximately two inches in height and is a favourite snack of Musk Oxen? I've thrown that one into the odd stale conversation mix before. Doesn't do much, but it gives me the giggles with the 'wait... what?' expressions :)
     
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    That is awesome, off to google for pics.
     
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    it really makes not one iota if a skerrick of the population has heard the word :lol:

    I love them both and don't them enough.

    Last week marketing did presentaions and they all used the word myriad in their presentations.

    SKERRICK is my word for next.

    thanks for the idea
     
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    And all I can think is that they're seeing a crumb, a skerrick of what it once was
     
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    Haha you're welcome jackrabbit


    Glad to see I'm not the only one, but when you say the word in your head enough times after someone shows such confusion, you begin to doubt yourself.

    on a random side note for night hawk

    a piece of the suns surface the size of a postage stamp shines with the brightness of 1,500,000 candle power
     
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