Descend into the twisty/turny mind of Lindy Moone, if you dare…
Emma => enema.
First typo in 2014:
Updated => unpated.
Pretty sure I know what enema means.
Let’s say no more about it.
But what could “unpated” mean?
Since “pate” means the crown of the head, “unpated” must mean:
“One who has had the top of one’s head lopped off.”
I imagine it’s like cracking the top off a soft-boiled egg, in one deft thwack.
(If you’re thinking about “pâté” right now, don’t. Just… don’t.)
Let’s use “unpated” in a sentence, shall we? Perhaps in a hard-boiled detective novel. One which begins: “It was the best of crimes, it was the worst of crimes…” Here we go:
“The victim was unpated. Defenestrated.”
Now, let’s see what the Internet has to say about “unpated”:
- WordFind graciously provides an anagram: “unadept.” (Are they trying to tell me something?)
- Wiktionary kindly asks: “Do you mean ‘update’? (Yes…
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