January 26, 2007 at 1:19 AM | Random | No Comments

I heard someone use the word “prototypical” on the radio this morning. I don’t remember what they were talking about, but the conversation caught my attention when someone dropped that word. “Whooa, is that even a word?”, I thought to myself. It has kind of the same vibe as the clearly made-up word “misunderestimated.” People often make fun of Bush for saying that, but I think it’s actually a pretty cool word he came up with. And imagine… who exactly was he claiming did the dreaded deed of misunderestimating something? They must have been totally clueless! To have both misunderstood and underestimated something! I looked up “prototypical” on some online dictionaries and yes, it is indeed a real word. Pity.

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