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Written by Goliath Letterman   
Sunday, 02 January 2011 12:50


By Goliath Letterman

(No Relations to David Letterman)


NEWS FLASH: This article is now the second most-popular result in the Googles search category of "Palin's Coined Words" (out of 707,000 plus results). This means that some articles in the are read also by non-Filipinos, thereby making this website relevant even in non-Filipino events or personalities in the United States.


F ormer Alaska Governor Sarah Pfalin, oops, Palin has allegedly coined many new English words that she will use in her drive to become the leading aspirant for the “Repfublican Pfarty’s” nomination for “Pfresident” in 2012. It is not true, however, that the “Price Pfister Pfilter Pfaucet©” is suing Ms. Palin for trademark violation or copyright infringement. Here are the top-ten new words coined allegedly by Ms. Palin:


10. Refudiate. It is now part of the English-language history, as people can read in the Huffington Post, as per this hyperlink:

9. Repfutation. It means a “reputation that cannot be refudiated (sic).”


8. Refair. It means the “patching up of a reputation that could not be refudiated (sic).”


7. Refresent. The process of electing fresh faces to the United States House of Representatives.


6. Refresentative. A fresh-face member of the U. S. House of Representatives.


5. Refublic. A refreshed or energized refublic of the feople, by the feople and for the feople.


4. Reftile. A new term for a traditional politician who sheds crocodile tears upon hearing socioeconomic bad news.


3. Refower. Ms. Palin’s version of “refreshing and re-fowering, oops, re-powering America.”


2. Refossess. The drive of the Tea Party to take back the White House for her “Repfublican” and conservative constituents. And . . .


1. Refent. The frocess, oops, process of refentance, oops, repentance for the “Sarah Palin world” may come to an end in the early 2012 primary elections. # # #

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