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double brested ˈnō-mən-ˌklā-chər

I Can't upload a headder picture (Above) - phooey.

Thoughts on the site's colours? happy yes no?

here are some words.... please add to them, this is our about page.
Who are we, what are we on about, why are we doin' it, and how dus it work..

Suggestions on names too... ? mmm good times.

Double-breasted - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia  
In clothing, double-breasted refers to a coat, jacket, or similar garment having a very wide overlapping of the front flaps
...that's ness and grace covered..... love a front flap.

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Nomenclature (
Latin nomen - name, calare)

In linguistics, diglossia (pronounced /daɪˈɡlɒsiə/, from Greek: διγλωσσία) is a situation where a given language community uses two languages or dialects: the first being the community's present day vernacular and the second being either an ancestral version of the same vernacular from centuries earlier (example: Arabic, Chinese) or a distinct yet closely related present day dialect, e.g. Norwegian with Bokmål and Nynorsk.

i.e. we all speakin different lankwidges - sayin things that is all nice and together and nice.

(i'm addicted to double-breasted diglossia)







castor vheels nommen! ich bein ein auslander (i am a foreigner)

Main Entry: dialogue/dialog Part of Speech: noun Definition: talk, exchange of ideas Synonyms: chat, colloquy, communication, confab, confabulation, conference, conversation, converse, discourse, discussion, duologue, interlocution, lines, parlance, parley, powwow, remarks, repartee, script, sides, small talk

oh... none of these are good, nommen.

hehehehe "clambake."

Main Entry: colloquy Part of Speech: noun Definition: conversation, debate Synonyms: buzz session, chat, chinfest, chitchat, clambake, colloquium, confab, confabulation, conference, converse, dialogue, discourse, discussion, flap, gab fest, gam, groupthink, huddle, palaver, parley, powwow, rap session, rap, seminar, talk, talkfest

Definitions of clambake on the Web:

  • a cookout at the seashore where clams and fish and other foods are cooked--usually on heated stones covered with seaweed

  • A poorly constructed or rehearsed program that is much below standard.