Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Does the word exist?

If Webster's does not record a word, does that mean the word does not exist?
If you say the word to a Doctor and detect a slight glimmer of amusement in his eye.
Does that mean you have just enlightened him with your intellectual prowess?
Or does he think you're a "dork"?
The word in question is
DISABLEMENT
As in "He has a disablement."
or
"I have a linguistic disablement".
I may have to wear the "DORK " crown for the day.
I have made 30 crowns, therefore I can wear one a day for a month!
Actually they are for the Napa Valley Hospice fundraiser.
Created with felt, sequence and lame'.
What wasn't stitched together was glued on with
It dries clear and will hold onto felt!

Note: I did find the word on-line. So can I use it while I wear the crown?

So what if I have a disablement with my linguistical morphology!

3 comments:

Eclectic Pink Rose said...

It's not in the dictionary? Seriously? LOL!!! Yes it is a word, and you can still use it AND wear the crown. Gorgeous crowns, great job on them!!! ;)
♥ Teresa

grrl+dog said...

it's like the word,

"stradgedy" which means a plan that didnt work..

inventivesoul said...

~*SUCH A FUN GIGGLE I JUST HAD!*!~
Sequins is the correct word for what you used, and disability is what you might have made the doctor think you were looking for.
Yeah but you know what? I think that if someone UNDERSTANDS what you are saying and where you are coming from, *IT'S ALL GOOD!!!*
:o)

Make it all up as you go along!
I sometimes do!
The more the merrier!!!!