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fnarr fnarr

Fnarr fnarr, phwoah, and mwah

You might be surprised to discover that fnarr fnarr is included in OxfordDictionaries.com, but it has been for a few years now. ‘Fnarr fnarr’, that two-word deliverer of sniggering, usually at some piece of sexual innuendo, got me thinking about words born through sound association, and their often overlooked power in our language. A 16th century writer […]

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