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25 April 2011 @ 06:40 pm
A brief bit of randomness  
This is a listing of some of the auto-complete entries in my copy of OpenOffice.

thi = thigh-highs
can = cannibalism
her = herbivorous
mas = masquerade
mer = mercifully
hea = heart-stopping
dan = dangerously
lin = linguistic
nig = nightshade's
sto = stock-stiff
the = themselves
sti = still-sealed
alr = already-married
com = combat-heavy
con = concentration
one = one-adventure-a-year
hea = heavenward
lig = light-eating
lon = long-forgotten
fir = fireballs-and-thunderbolts
tha = thaumaturge
rec = recently-dead
mos = mostly-darkened
not = notwithstanding
dre = dressings-down

I leave any analysis of trends here for the reader.
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lady looks like a dudesodzilla on April 25th, 2011 10:34 am (UTC)
I love "linguistic", just so you know. And "notwithstanding".
dorchadas: Moonkindorchadas on April 25th, 2011 07:02 pm (UTC)
Those at least I can kind of see where they came from. It's stuff like "one-adventure-a-year" and "dressings-down" that makes me wonder 1) where did they come from, since I'm not sure I ever typed them at all and 2) how did they show up enough that OpenOffice thinks I need them in autocomplete?