Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!

1. This song was written in 1940s. Its title has a compound word. It’s a funny little Disney song. The song is in AFI’s 100 years 100 songs list.

2. As I said: lyrics is funny: for example:

One night I said it to me girls and now me girls me wife.

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

3. I invented the verse form Tohu. I have published many such verses over the years. These verses contain compound words similar to the word in the title song with the exception of being much lengthier compared to them. And meaning? Yes: the meaning is as good as you want it to be. It’s compound of all of the words used and much more since sum is always greater than its parts. Here’s a fresh Tohu. Needless to say: copyright or no copyright it’s one of the longest compound words, similar to other Tohu verses published online in English unrecognised by lexicographers:

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Note: If you can recognise the Eiffel tower in the featured image it’s a bonus.

Saleratus!

Baburam Chaturvedi Stadium Chhatarpur Madhya Pradesh India Sunrise 28.05.2022

1. It’s pronounced saale-rate-us. For Hindi speakers: it’s akin to challenging someone to rate your enterprise.

Saale: your brother in law. Usually considered to be an abusive word if not used at its exact place. Why? Sisters are loans, burdens and getting them married off to another family is akin to load-shedding.

Rat: Rat is pronounced as rate. English. If it was Rat: in Hindi it would be a challenge to RAT on you. That’s akin to telling your top secrets to another party.

Us is us. United we stand. We.

2. Saleratus is baking soda.

What a strange word for Sodium/Potassium bicarbonate.

Sale. Rat. Us. All three components are meaningful.

3. Tohu: is a verse form invented by me.

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