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THE HOLY DICTIONARY OF ST. CLOWNTH

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The Holy Dictionary of St. Clownth

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“Honketh maketh man.”

Known words of St. Clownth’s Holy Emerald Isle in Heaven, and of his followers in the Westerlands, Clownetkoski, and elsewhere. It is based upon the language that Clownth spoke in life, but in death, what his heavenly realm spoke. Spoken by our people to become closer to the divine, what is sometimes referred to as ‘Mingespeak’ is common among any Clowntholic faithful.

 


Common Vocabulary & Expressions

“LOL” - Though similar to lol, this expression is finding genuine humor in a situation. More often than not, Clowntholic Faithful will express such after a period of minging. The difference is very clear in written forms of the holy texts, but also audible in speech.

 

“lol” - Though similar to LOL, this expression puts emphasis on disgust in a situation. Particularly when finding something vile or irritating, a Clowntholic Faithful will respond with this expression. Used primarily as an insult amongst Mingespeakers.

 

“Wololo” - A powerful word used by ancient Clowntholic Monks in the conversion process, to truly be accepted into the Church of St. Clownth, one must go through the rigorous process of ‘changing colors’ as the monks put it. Used often in the presence of Pagans and ERPERs, this is an essential to any acolyte or even common follower of St. Clownth’s might.

 

“FLEEPER” - No one is truly sure where the FLEEPERS came from, they appear in droves: Migration patterns that follow the most sought after resources. They do not have names, typically numbers. Speaking in a primitive FLEEP tongue, there is no one more loyal to you than a FLEEPER. It is said that the House of Goodwill has a FLEEPER army ready to unleash on the Pagan Elf Enemy.

 

“FLEEP” - The native tongue of the common FLEEPER, no scholar has truly unearthed the meaning or direction of this language yet. What we do know is to FLEEP is to gather a ridiculous amount of resources in a short period of time. FLEEPERS will often exclaim this in a variety of fashions, several times in one moment. On the rare occassion, a FLEEPER will clap their feet and go “fleepity fleep”.

 

“ERPER” - An extremely offensive insult, primarily directed at or to describe Elves. To be an ERPER is to be hedonistic to the extreme, the word underlining a focus on the sin of lust more than anything. One of the few words that the faithful outright refuse to mutter to one another, simply put it is a very heavy insult that would imply that one is not worth of being a member of St. Clownth’s Flock. To be an ERPER is to be disqualified from your right to minge.

 

“ERP” - The act of being hedonistic to the extreme, once ERP is met: you are truly tainted in every way, shape, and form. There is no recovering, for you are eternally locked from the Kingdom of Heaven; and barred from the Holy Land.

 

“noob” - A noob, simply put: Innocent, pure, unlike the vile ERPER. Typically only used as an insult when it is used as so: stupid noob. Other than that, Mingespeakers use it frequently in everyday speech.

 

“minge” - The truly enlightened, to be a minge is to fulfil St. Clownth’s holy duty on this mortal plane. To destroy the egos of those whom ERP and refuse to commit to the holy act of pranking. A minge is your greatest friend, but can be your greatest enemy. A culture and people said to have descended from the legendary god-king, the Goodman, it lives on in this part of the space time continuum through sheer will.

 

“ahyes” - The most common expression, evolved from the Macmood family: When responding to orders or a question, a Mingespeaker will often respond simply with: ahyes.

 


 

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High Pontiff Everard IV is intrigued by this so-called holy dictionary as he parouses its definitions for use in a possible powerful strongly worded new decree...


Edited by Piov

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Moved to off-topic, obviously.

 

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1 minute ago, Volutional said:

Moved to off-topic, obviously.

 

 

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((off topic or not we still use this irp and have been since clownetkoski!!))

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Someone anonymous writes a letter proposing adding "In Honk We Trust" to the list

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1 hour ago, Volutional said:

Moved to off-topic, obviously.

 

 

(( **** off vile forum moderator we will always use this in rp u monkey brains ))

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Margo READS this list and responds with a simple, but heartfelt, "Ahyes."

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¡Bueno!

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Saeed Ibn Malek reads the paper carefully "They make much sense! I will Surely try to use this if i find a good man who speaks this!" he takes a copy folding it in his pocket and walks off!

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Rickon Goodwill would pick up the paper and smile at it, the red nose ornament in his pocket glowing as he does so.

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