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Good Words/Bad Words

December 16th, 2009

Hello all.

As you know, in the world there are good words and there are bad words. The former should be spoken as often as possible, the latter never uttered at all. Though this has been made clear to everyone at TJRA on many, many occasions—from the orientation orgy to the biweekly invisible memos—it seems some of you have confused them and continue to speak Bad Words in and around TJRA properties. To make sure that there is no more uncertainty whatsoever, Jerry in Aural Services has compiled the definitive list of TJRA Good Words and Bad Words. Please read carefully and obey.

Good Words

  1. Steak
  2. TJRA
  3. “Howdy-do”
  4. Loyalty
  5. Maximize
  6. Maximizing
  7. Maximization
  8. Maximized
  9. Dollop
  10. Strategy
  11. Honorificabilitudinitatibus
  12. Pseudopseudohypoparathyroidism
  13. Chimera
  14. Bacos*
  15. O
  16. Great
  17. Leader
  18. Consume
  19. Me
  20. Crudité
  21. Romantic
  22. Flog
  23. Golf
  24. Ofgl
  25. Hamburgeriffic
  26. Eros
  27. Lather
  28. Taut
  29. Glistening
  30. Opportunalities
  31. Functionalisms
  32. Profitunities
  33. Pork
  34. Orb
  35. Yes

Bad Words

  1. No
  2. Help
  3. Stop
  4. Failure
  5. Minimize
  6. Minimizing
  7. Minimization
  8. Minimized
  9. Karl
  10. Jugs
  11. Boobs
  12. Boobies
  13. Ya-Yas
  14. Jingle-Jangles
  15. Cans
  16. Badoinkies
  17. Double-Barreled-Milk-Rockets
  18. Honkers
  19. Norks
  20. Pistons
  21. Sex-Bags
  22. Hooters
  23. Wilsons
  24. Winnebagos
  25. Failure

As you can see, the lists are quite simple and straightforward. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. If you have any comments, questions, or concerns, die.

* “Bac’n Bits” would also be acceptable if it were one word.

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  1. V Pace
    December 31st, 2009 at 22:54 | #1

    I noticed there are more good words than bad. Interesting. O.

  2. December 21st, 2009 at 07:52 | #2

    I enjoy the word “postcard.” For example, instead of saying, “Pass the salt,” I say, “Pass the postcard.” Could that be added to the Good Word List?

  3. December 16th, 2009 at 14:12 | #3

    You forgot Orb.

    Oh. There it is.