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 v.— «But how to explain the Denglish verbs? Smalltalken, brunchen, mailen, floppen, managen, abcoolen and many others? These are not used to save syllables or avoid complexity. They are simply in vogue, whether for better or worse.» —“‘Denglish’ is on the march” by Richard Bernstein International Herald Tribune (Paris, France) Dec. 20, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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Spill the Tea (episode #1521)

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