Dictionary of obscured language and false definitions


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I wonder if this could possibly be beneficial ...

I would suggest no, but it might make a very nice comedy for those aware and a not so nice comedy for those who weren't so privy.
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There's also a radio programme in UK called "I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue", which is a comedy panel game, with silly games, like providing alternative definitions to words. Such as:
Barbecue: A long line of plastic dolls
Busking: Owner of many buses.
Champagne: To fake injury.
Gelatine: A device for cutting the heads off jelly babies.
Nudity: A song for when the old one gets stale and boring.
Octagon: A dead octopus.

Hopefully they don't need explaining? ;)