Top 10 Things You Won't Believe Have Names
The Top Ten
The image shows misheard lyrics from Metallica's Fuel
(actual lyric: Gimme fuel, Gimme fire, Gimme that which I desire)
Like some lyrics from Lacrymosa (dias alla, Lachrymosa)
And another one from Whisper
(Servatis a periculum, Servatis a malifico)
I heard of this word for the first time thanks to the song "Of Petrichor Weaves Black Noise" by Ne Obliviscaris.
Yup, extreme metal lyrics are... educational. And poetic.
I'm very pleased and surprised that I'm using interrobangs so much?!?!?!
Why I can't stop using Interrobangs so much?!?!
Why do you use interrobangs so often?!
I learnt this one from Barry Trotter
My dyslexic friend Charles has one of the complex griffonage that one joked that it looks like Japanese!
I've never heard of this but I think I suffer greatly from it.
Every time I go onto a user's profile, the URL says "#Username". I hope that's not an instruction.
Octothrope was invented by an octopus.
"To repeat this message, press the octo... octotho...octothorpe key".
Oh, come on, just press the pound key.
Dysania happens to me on school mornings. Luckily I'm on summer break and I will be in 6th in August.
Now I know how to make my condition sound more serious.
I'm familiar with this term. It is used for the part of the exoskeleton between the eyes of trilobites. Now I've learned that it's also used for humans.
Rainbow's album Straight Between the Eyes can be renamed to Straight Into the Glabella
I hope that the Cia won't put a red dot on my Glabella which they consider me an evil genius
Hmm? It's a pretty usual term.
I used to suffer from tarantism but got cured ;-)
Yep. That's true!
"Luna" plus a diminutive suffix, so it means "little moon". That's so cute!
My 2nd toe is almost the same size as my big toe lol
That most meaningful part of the lyrics...
How do you pronounce it?
I'm lucky I don't suffer from this, LOL
Nibbling yum yum yum
Oh yeah! Like that one Phineas and Ferb episode about aglets, lol!
I thought this would be on the list.
Think I've heard this before.