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Incentivizing A Visit to the Gedunk

Greetings, earthlings. Here's another newsletter from A Way with Words! This past weekend's show was a repeat, although we tacked on a brand new call: what is the deal with bald-faced vs. bold-faced? Find out: Also discussed were...

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gedunk  n.— «You possess one comic feature that is changing the habits of the nation. I refer to Harold Teen and his Gedunk sundae. I have two children, a boy and a girl, now of high school age, and I have spent many a painstaking hour...

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gedunk  n.— «Not once did the gedunked part sever its connection with the ungedunked part and fall geplatsch into the coffee.» —“A Line O’ Type Or Two” Chicago Daily Tribune Jan. 21, 1925. (source: Double-Tongued...

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geedunk  n.— «You could pack any doubts about the wonderfulness of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus into a toy poodle’s knapsack and still have plenty of room for cotton candy and other spectator geedunks.» —“Circus...

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 n.— «geedunk, naval term for dessert, candy, junk food, or a place to buy same.» —by Robert McKenna Dictionary of Nautical Literacy June 23, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)