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Peculiar Sentence

Language brain teasers are those that involve the English language. You need to think about and manipulate words and letters.

 

Puzzle ID:#2726
Fun:*** (3.05)
Difficulty:*** (2.23)
Category:Language
Submitted By:lil_thugsta***
Corrected By:Mogmatt16

 

 

 



What's so peculiar about this sentence?

I do not know where family doctors acquired illegibly perplexing handwriting; nevertheless, extraordinary pharmaceutical intellectuality, counterbalancing indecipherability, transcendentalizes intercommunications' incomprehensibleness.


Answer

Each word in the sentence is one letter longer than the word before it!
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Comments

Captbob61
Mar 22, 2002

Very clever. Is transcendentalizes a word?
I don't know how you came up with such a long list of words increasing in length!
Miguel_is_Feo
Apr 03, 2002

Idiots! Now I got a headache
bighippo4*
Apr 07, 2002

Nice one!
emilymonkeymaia
Apr 11, 2002

That is a really good one. It took me about 15m to get it!
Jaxzi
Apr 13, 2002

Easy to figure out, but extremely clever to have written.
mcscruffso
Apr 14, 2002

i agree with jaxzi
setzerknight
Apr 17, 2002

it was kinda easy... took me 15 secs to answer it
Lilman_220
Apr 17, 2002

Nice One
Mogmatt16Ava*
Apr 20, 2002

I've been trying to make one like this and you beat me to it.
skye**
Apr 21, 2002

Come ON! The last word and tranzcen... what ever, they aren't even real words. Or their just spelled wrong.
sparkle
Apr 24, 2002

Easy but clever
Tanya0
May 11, 2002

very good!!!!!!!
SandPman
May 11, 2002

Aah! Good one. I thought of one or two possible answers but they were wrong and I didn't see the correct one.
bluetwo*
May 22, 2002

ugly mike... hehehe, i like that name...
SKYE, transcendentalize is a word. can't say i've ever heard anyone use a word as awkward as incomprehensibleness, but it is a valid word meaning "the state of being incomprehensible".
frank0001h*gb*
May 30, 2002

no SKYE, they're not spelt wrong, unlike 'their', just unusually compiled from shorter bases
mavericklotus
Jun 06, 2002

OK, OK, I'm nit-picking, but the word is 'incomprehencibility'. Good idea tho ;>
odcsurferchick
Jun 11, 2002

LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONG WORDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(user deleted)
Jun 14, 2002

that was a very good one. i was thinking of all kinds of other things
WizardMagus
Jun 19, 2002

Ai!! You people...

Incomprehensibleness is actually a word, AS WELL AS incomprehensibility. The suffix "-ness" is correct because that makes it into a noun, which is the correct format. "-ility" makes it into an adjective, which is the incorrect form of the word.

As for "transcendentalize", that is NOT a real verb. You cannot make the adjective "transcendental" into a verb merely on a whim. It isn't viable to make up your own words by adding a suffix onto another word. The academic world decides these things, and that is not a word yet. You could petition them to make it a word though, and in a few years you might be able to use it...
Jojocranky
Jun 23, 2002

NO COMMENT NECESSARY
peppermintwist
Jun 30, 2002

they're all big words
Mogmatt16Ava*
Jul 07, 2002

really easy, though
(user deleted)
Jul 09, 2002

I would've never guessed that one! Nice job!
sk8babe
Jul 17, 2002

if you don't concentrate on what you are reading then it's easy to figure but it must of taken some real effort to write! well done if it's your own work!! And would everyone stop complaining -- just cos u didn't manage it first(!) (don't b offended by that ne1)
=¬D
zangel3000
Jul 29, 2002

I first thought at a glance that it included every letter of the alphebet, and then i clicked on the answer button thingi and while it was loading i thought that mayb each word was one letter longer than the word b4 it. (no need 2 tell me i'm weird)
nuttyprince*
Jul 31, 2002

Really kool , but i saw it word for word on a website ages ago.
bmotts*
Aug 01, 2002

Very stimulating
dumbell*
Aug 20, 2002

as to the correctness of certain words, remember that UK and USA dictionaries vary. also remember that this is supposed to be FUN
something*us*
Oct 05, 2002

i have a very long word:
monoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis.
something*us*
Oct 05, 2002

it's even longer when you write in caps, see: MONOULTRAMICROSCOPICSILICOVOLCANOCONIOSIS.
something*us*
Oct 05, 2002

and put a hyphen between each letter: M-O-N-O-U-L-T-R-A-M-I-C-R-O-S-C-O-P-I-C-S-I-L-I-C-O-V-O-L-C-A-N-O-C-O-N-I-O-S-I-S
julip
Apr 18, 2003

Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch. is even longer.(hope its spelt correctly)
(user deleted)
Apr 18, 2003

Not only was this a great one, but, as I work in a Dr. office, I can vouch for the fact that it's all true too!! A very very good one!!!
Codammanus
Apr 18, 2003

The Longest Word
(For short, call it the “Tryptophan Synthetase A-Protein” )

1,913 LETTERS

Methionylglutaminylarginyl-
tyrosylglutamylserylleucylp-
henylalanylaianylglutaminyl-
ieucyllysylglutamylarginylly-
sylglutamylglycylalanylphe-
nylalanylvalylprolylphenylal-
anylyalyithreonylieucylgly-
cylaspartylprolylglycylisole-
ucylglutamylglutaminylsery-
lleucyllysylisoleucylasparty-
lthreonylleucylisoleucylglut-
amylalanylglycylalanylaspa-
rtylalanylleucyllutamylleucy-
lglycylisoleucylpro6dpheny-
lalanylserylaspartylprolylle-
uceialanylaspartylglycylpr-
olythreonylisoleucylglutam-
inylasparaginylalanylthreo-
nylleucylarginylalanylphen-
ylalanylalanylalanylglycylv-
alylthreonylprolylalanylglut-
aminylcysteinylphenylalany-
lglutamylmethionylleucyala-
nylleucylisoleucylarginylglu-
taminyllysylhistidylprolylthre-
onylisoleucylprolylisoleucy-
lglycylleucylleucylmethiony-
ltyrosylalanylasparaginylle-
ucylvalylphenylaianylaspa-
raginyllysylglycylisoleucyl-
aspartylglutamylphenylala-
nyltyrosylalanylglutaminyl-
cysteinylglutamyllysylvaly-
lglycylvalylaspartylserylva-
lylieucylvalylalanylaspartyl-
valylprolylvalylglutaminylgl-
utamylserylaianylprolylph-
enylalanylarginylglutaminy-
lalanylalanylleucylarginylh-
istidyla,sparaginylvalylala-
nylprolylisoleucylphenylal-
anylisoleucylcysteinylprol-
ylprolylaspartylalanylaspa-
rtylaspartylaspartylieucyll-
eucylarginylglutaminylisol-
eticylalanylseryltyrosylgly-
cylarginylglcyltyrosylthre-
onyltyrosylleucylceucyls-
erylarginylalanylglycylva-
lylthreonylglycyialanylglu-
tamylasparaginylarginyl-
anylalanylleucylprolylleu-
cylasparaginylhistidylleu-
cylvalylalanyllysylleucyll-
ysylglutamyltyrosylaspa-
raginylalanylalanylprolyl-
prolylleucylglutaminylgly-
cylphenylalanylglycyliso-
leucylserylalanylprolylas-
partylglutaminylvalyllysyl-
alanylaianylisoleucylaspa-
rtylaianylglycylalanylalan-
ylglycylalanylisoleucylser-
ylglycylserylalanylisoleuc-
ylbalyllysylisoleucylisole-
ucylglutamylglutaminylhi-
stidylasparaginylisoleucy-
lglutamylprolylglutamylly-
sylmethionylleucylalanyla-
lanylieucylisylvaphenylly-
alanylvalylglutaminylproly-
lmethionyllsylalanylalanyl-
threonylarginylserine.

(Now, someone had to be the jerk/hero to stop the "word" trivia) =)
(user deleted)
Apr 18, 2003

heh, I stopped after about the 9th or 10th word...big words give head big bad owies

good one i likes
julip
Apr 20, 2003

Bet you can't say it Codammanus!
jacintan*
Apr 18, 2004

That was great! But does it really make sence? I barely know what any of the words mean.
All the same, it was quite easy, but fun. Definitely a favourite.
tangerine**
May 24, 2004

Nice! Easy to solve, but I don't know what half the words mean. Scandalous.
rach10*
Nov 09, 2004

I can't believe I got it so quickly. I guess I'm just smart. It was sort of clever. Nice 1.
waffle*
Mar 18, 2005

this one was really easy, but it was a lot of fun thanks!
waffle*
Mar 18, 2005

this one was really easy, but it was a lot of fun thanks!
Leviathan
Apr 18, 2005

hard
wolfy68**
Apr 18, 2005

I love loooong words, so thanks for this and, I actually 'got' it without looking at the hint! Definitely a favorite...
wolfy68**
Apr 18, 2005

I love loooong words, so thanks for this and, I actually 'got' it without looking at the hint! Definitely a favorite...
AralditeAus*
Apr 18, 2005

I also got it without looking at the hint, probably because there is no hint.
Master_YodaAus*
Apr 18, 2005

Wow!
fishdish123
Apr 18, 2005

That was a good one! At first I was mesmerized by the long words, but when I snapped out of it, it was pretty obvious. It did take me a minute though.
i_am_hatedAus*
Apr 18, 2005

thats a good one
(user deleted)
Apr 18, 2005

My first one not real tough!
aka-faka**
Apr 18, 2005

that was clever good one
DrCreamy
Apr 18, 2005

The peculiar thing about this sentence is that it is a grammatical train wreck, with the number of letters per word coming farther down the list of peculiarities. And if I'm not wrong, the second to last word has the same number of letters as the third to last if you put the apostrophe in the right place.
rippler
Apr 18, 2005

Very enjoyable! It is also missing the most frequently used word in the English language.
Chelsie*
Apr 18, 2005

That was very easy, but equally cute.

I think the most frightening thing is that I actually understood the sentence.

*Feeling my CHEERIOS!*
mi2mo2tx*us*
Apr 18, 2005

Nice vocab usage! Very clever! I was looking for a grammatical issue.... Had all the parts of speech labled. :
darthforman*
Apr 18, 2005

Kinda interesting but not that funny. merely amusing.
Lins
Apr 18, 2005

Hey about this one!! SUPERCALIFRACILISTISTICEXPEALADOCIOUS!!!!!!!!! The first long word I learned how to pronounce. Never heard od some of your words.
mkfluttrby
Apr 18, 2005

i thought this was great and the sentence even made sense nice job to the author
Jessa**
Apr 18, 2005

Creative! Very Good! Loved it! I like these!
Muffintins*
Apr 18, 2005

The funny thing about that sentance is that its actually true. I liked that one.
100riddles**
Apr 18, 2005

Skye, if you cant even write out the words you think are spelled wrong, then you need to shut up. And anyways, there's a rule, and that's not to suggest any spelling or gramatical errors. I thought it was pretty good.
DummyisDumbAus*
Apr 18, 2005

panagram?
Lokene
Apr 18, 2005

Not bad, but this sentence also has every letter in the alphabet EXCEPT 'J' Not sure if the author realized this..... FYI
GreenCapStache
Apr 18, 2005

That was very fun to figure out. Please make more!
FeaerFactorY666*us*
Apr 18, 2005

Very clever teaser. I was fully able to read and understand all of the words, however I did not understand what was peculiar. Very nice!
xFLoRiDa_HuNNyX**
Apr 18, 2005

that confused me
gypseygal
Apr 18, 2005

you need to add the vote
STUPID
Icykillamonkie*
Apr 18, 2005

Nice didnt take ling for me to get it but yeah i liked it
rockinchick
Apr 18, 2005

omg... i spent ALL this time lookin up these dang words in the dictionary... and then it was about the length of the words!! ... o well it was fun
skiiergurl93
Apr 18, 2005

I actually got it! Really liked it-Clever!
TiGzLU*
Apr 18, 2005

transcendentalizes is not a real word. Already looked it up in the dictonary it gave words close to it but not that word.
Lins
Apr 18, 2005

One more thing I like to say that this got alot of comments, so like it or hate it it got people going, way to go!
(user deleted)
Apr 18, 2005

I am the only smart person (amongst visitors) similarly responding.
(user deleted)
Apr 18, 2005

I am the only smart person (amongst visitors) similarly responding.
1stplaceswimmer
Apr 18, 2005

It reqires a lot of thinking (and counting) but once you get the pattern in the first few words, it sticks and you can then figure it out!
Nicholle*
Apr 19, 2005

Very easy..predictable. I didnt even have to count the letters, i knew right away. clever though.. i could never come up with stuff like that on my own.
mufffin09Aus*
Apr 19, 2005

Ah, man, I should have seen that. I thought it might have every letter of the alphabet, and I was focusing on that.
Doris***
May 03, 2005

It was so easy I knew it once I read it!!I guess I am so smart.
broken_dreams*it*
Mar 15, 2006

i thought it was a pangram too at first. but iread through it more carefully and saw it didnt have a j. my friend needed to help me get the right answer!!
stang99Ain*
May 15, 2006

Oookaaaay!!! Now I got it. Sheesh, U got some vocab!
azbee123*us**
May 15, 2006

wow. they puzzle was easy... but the words? what is trancdeihgskljgsdite or whatever???

still fun though.

OldChinaHand**
May 15, 2006

It's nice to see the 'mathemagic' puzzle again, as well someone who uses a thesaurus.
lmurray*cn*
May 15, 2006

BU MING BAI!!!
atrac*
May 15, 2006

Irritatingly, I got it wrong. I had surmised that it was unusual because it contained no pronouns. But then, AFTER I checked the answer, I saw the I at the beginning! ooppps. :-)
auntiesisAus*
May 15, 2006

very hard, but maybe my brain isn't working at 4 in the A.M. I thought some of the words were wrong, but I'm too tired to look them all up. Keep challenging me.
Pablo*
May 15, 2006

Excellent!
coachpisco*
May 15, 2006

Double excellent. A veritable plethora of lengthy words.
Lexicat12*us*
May 15, 2006

Very clever...
Keep up the good work (because I'll never be able to write a sentence like that!).
thimblenogginus*
May 15, 2006


Very nice. New words are being added to our language every day. The academic world merely notes words that fall into common usage or ones they create for new thoughts, things or events. We don't need their approval to use new words that make sense, or that we just like.
kistin14Aus**
May 15, 2006

WOW! I did not have time to count it! Very cclever!
bradon182001*us*
May 15, 2006

I had no clue, what a super teaser.
feste*
May 15, 2006

Very good. One should look beyond the obvious
cathym60
May 15, 2006

Good one! But I can't believe how picky some of these comments are!!!!!!!! Get a life!
teahoney*us*
May 15, 2006

That was a good one!
AwwwSweet*
May 15, 2006

I do see some value within complex problems producing thoughtful, intelligent conversation.

Good job!
Trishgal*us**
May 15, 2006

Iliked this ,but i did not get it Loved the sentence, how true.
kman613**
May 15, 2006

My first thought was, "what isn't peculiar about this sentence?" - loved the answer, and of course, I didn't get it!
robinmckenzie*gb
May 15, 2006

In response to DrCreamy, who wrote, "And if I'm not wrong, the second to last word has the same number of letters as the third to last if you put the apostrophe in the right place." You ARE wrong. The sentence refers to the incomprehensibleness of the intercommunications (plural), not just one intercommunication.

Leave the poor apostrophe where it is - it's rare enough that they're put in the right place, without people moving correctly placed ones about!

Then again, I would suggest that the number of letters in a word would include apostrophe-S anyway, so it's an academic discussion.
iteachkidsAus*
May 15, 2006

WW! GD one!!!
vlermaAus*
May 15, 2006

Loved it. And I did get the answer fairly quickly. I just read the sentence and the words just kept getting longer and longer and so I went back to read it again, but started counting letters in each word got to about five and decided that it was simply a matter of adding one more letter each word. However, you did such a great job of splicing it all together so I say. GREAT JOB!
yoichiro
May 15, 2006

sk8babe is right everyone needsto stop complaining just because you guys weren't smart enough to think of it . good job
doka13*ml*
May 15, 2006

wowie... I understood 85 percent of that... but APPARENTLY that wasn't the point ... Well, despite my simple mind I did comprehend the answer *smacks self in head*... doncha h8 when that happens ....
lindquist_25Aus*
May 15, 2006

Cool! I love words!
Swordoffury1392*us*
May 15, 2006

Really good and really easy at the same time!

Someone named the longest word, but in English, the longest is actually pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanokoniosis. Yup, you guessed ut, too much time on my hands over the summer...
queenofpiano7*us*
May 15, 2006

So...many...long....words...
POPSca*
May 15, 2006

Great one Had no CLUE.
paul726Aus*
May 15, 2006

A very good one to be brought out, dusted off, and shared with us relative newcomers. My vote made it go from 2.99 to 3!
jazzmusician46Aau*
May 15, 2006

excellent!
monkey93*us**
May 15, 2006

Ouch, head ache. Ouch *big words*. COOL TEASER!
DufusXus*
May 15, 2006

Good, but I know you didn't write that yourself. I've seen that one posted around the internet a couple months ago.
DufusXus*
May 15, 2006

Good, but I know you didn't write that yourself. I've seen that one posted around the internet a couple months ago.
syracuse945*ph*
May 15, 2006

hey, th@ was nys... yay u...

haha...

good job!

speedywheelsAus*
May 15, 2006

Dude, that was hard. My brain is fried!
book_worm_77*us
May 15, 2006

I only read the first three or four words before I got it. Very easy, but clever! And, oddly, if you know the meanings of the words, the sentence makes sense! Very well written. I commend you.
RRAMMOHAN*in*
May 15, 2006

Stupid me! Didnt get it!
montoman
May 15, 2006

Easy to figure out but had to be tremendously burdensome andarduous to compose!!!
by the way all...it is a word...

tran·scen·den·tal (trnsn-dntl)
adj.
1. Philosophy
a. Concerned with the a priori or intuitive basis of knowledge as independent of experience.
b. Asserting a fundamental irrationality or supernatural element in experience.


transcen·dental·ly adv.
scallioAus*
May 17, 2006

You got me! I was so focused on the fact that the sentence was all true that I couldn't see the "peculiar" about it. Nice job writing this if it was your own work. Thanks for a fun morning even it it wasn't.
Musikman212*ca*
May 21, 2006

Good work and a lot of it too I expect.
cherylspad2003
May 23, 2006

I'd say there's a few tings that are "peculiar" about this sentence!!
cherylspad2003
May 23, 2006

I'd say there's a few tings that are "peculiar" about this sentence!!
peanut-tiara*ca*
May 24, 2006

This teaser wasn't one of my favourites but it was good.

DufusX...you may have seen in a couple of months ago because it was posted Mar 2002 and these things tend to get passed around alot.
Phoenixtears*
May 15, 2007

Welllll, I definitely didn't get the answer, but I must say, that the three times I read it over, it had every single letter in the alphabet except for 'J'. So I found that peculiar!
cloughmeAws*
May 15, 2007

Excellent!
cdsg-r*us*
May 15, 2007

Wow, who'da thunk it was all about numbers. I'm reeaally bad with the teasers and today was no exception. Fun anyway.
bradon182001*us*
May 15, 2007

I got it this time around. Must be I'm beginning to understand how to figure out teasers, because I sure didn't remember this one from last year.Still a great teaser.
dancerrox1201*
May 15, 2007

Yea thats a GREAT !!! one
puttumupus*
May 15, 2007

that was a very nice teaser..very well thought out and well written. :
serenity815A*
May 15, 2007

Very cleverly written. Loved it!
2ndhandroseca*
May 15, 2007

I struggled with this one but didn't get it anyway Was on the right track with most words over so many letters long.

GOOD ONE !! 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 etc.

mosca*us**
May 15, 2007

A very good teaser! Had me going for a while!
BrockAus**
May 15, 2007

Thats great keep the coming
kitty728Aus**
May 15, 2007

I know we are focused on the looooong words, but the clue said: what is peculiar about this sentence? I got caught up in the grammar and punctuation rules....I first thought it was a run-on sentence and then thought it was an incomplete sentence after I read it again.....
yeah - really long words I guess......duuuuh.....
Valic4Aus*
May 15, 2007

a well derived sentence; however I agree that "transcendentalizes" may be a coined word
(user deleted)
May 15, 2007

Wow very intresting quite a good fun.I love it
muffinbrittneyAgb*
May 15, 2007

Oh I loved it, that was amazing!
craniacAus*
May 15, 2007

It doesn't matter if "transcendentalizes" is or isn't a coined word -- it's still a word. (And coining words by attaching the stem of the classical Greek verb idzo to the end of a noun or adjective is common in English -- "journalize" or "normalize," for example.)
Hummingbird1*us*
May 15, 2007

I should have taken more time and I may have gotten it. I got hung up the grammar too. Good one.
saxman*us*
May 15, 2007

I got hung uup in actually reading it. Then I started looking to see if a vowel had been left out of each word, and then I analyzed it to see if all the parts of speech were represented. I never did get to looking at it simply enough. LOL

Good one. I liked it!
breathesunshineAus**
May 15, 2007

I got it right away but it sure is a mouthful!
ShikamaruAus*
May 15, 2007

nice but a little chancy. try to make sure they are all words first.
auntiesisAus*
May 15, 2007

I'm with Bradon, I got it easily, but I sure didn't remember it from last year. And I had a hard time with it last year. Maybe something got lodged in my little pea brain, and came out today. Lots of thinking to come up with a teaser this complex.....Kudos to you, and thanks.
4demo*
May 15, 2007

Fun teaser! I originally thought it was another one of those "no letter e - most common letter" things, but it wasn't! Great one!
speedqueenkmwAus*
May 15, 2007

and I actually counted some of the words to see if they all had the same amount of letters..and still didn't get it! good one
Starfruitca*
May 15, 2007

Why did everyone say that it was easy? I thought it was hard.
I guess I didn't think about that too hard. But that was so smart.
great job!
ejhops*ca*
May 15, 2007

Woah.
jabdrAus*
May 15, 2007

kewl,,,,
I_Write_Books*
May 15, 2007

Fabulous!!!
battle000111cn
May 15, 2007

so many syllables!
katiekinnss1Aus
May 15, 2007

the words are to big. it confuses me
phyllisa*us*
May 15, 2007

A good teaser that took some time to put together I bet.
dasione1Aus*
May 16, 2007

that was easy for me keep them coming
lkp68Aus
Jun 06, 2007

Fun to read through. Thank you!
QrystalAca*
Jun 28, 2007

Nice! I found it easy, and got a chuckle about the meaning of the sentence too.

Incidentally, to those people arguing about whether something is or isn't a word, check out this definition of 'word':

a unit of language, consisting of one or more spoken sounds or their written representation, that functions as a principal carrier of meaning.

I found the meaning of these words was clear, because I understood the roots, and I also know how words are converted to other tenses. Thus, these are all perfectly legitimate words.
javlad27Aus*
Aug 16, 2007

that was amazing
dani4w45t*
May 16, 2010

Very well done. This was easy to figure out (took me about a minute, I just ran through a list of possibilities) but very cleverly written and must have taken a lot of work. kudos!
gaylewolfAus*
May 16, 2010

I figured it out
I thought it was extremely clever. For all you people who say you've seen it before, perhaps so, but it doesn't diminish the whole idea! Good one!!
patiencewithaP*us*
May 16, 2010

Extremely pedantic of you! But I didn't get it Great job!
Talon99
May 16, 2010

Great teaser!!! I did figure it out quick, but it was inventive and I liked it. Sorry to say, however, that trancendentalizes really isn't a word.
BeanSCus*
May 16, 2010

Fun - sounds like something a politician would say.
thecatladycac**
May 16, 2010

For those who claim that transcendentalize is not a word, try goggling it - the online dictionaries give it a definition, so I would assume that it is therefore a word!
Good Teaser!
bear01Aau*
May 16, 2010

i liked this one. would have been harder if you stopped at "handwriting" since the solution became very obvious after that... good though
mathisnice*us*
May 16, 2010

Excellent teaser!
Johnny*us*
May 17, 2010

that was so obvious!!!!!!!!! i knew it right away, like, like, RIGHT away. i knew it when, like, the words were, like, i do not like, or whatever, but i like got it right away. and isn't it, like, obvious that the words got, like, longer? they can't have, like, gotten shorter!
bear01Aau*
May 26, 2010

wtf..johnny? please tell me you are not seriously using 'like' that much in written communication.. 'u look old bcs young ppl wudnt botha' (sic)... please refrain it hurts my head.. we are all better than that here at braingle..



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