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  • "Oh my God! There's an axe in my head." - How to say this phrase in various languages.
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  • Bovilexics.com - Humorous new words and phrases created to define various important and unimportant concepts.
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  • A Collection of Word Oddities and Trivia - Includes book of word records, palindromic words, pangrams, most beautiful and ugly words, Scrabble words, and Bible word trivia.
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  • The Collective Noun Page - Entertaining and annotated listing of collective nouns such as 'a murder of crows' and 'a pomposity of professors'.
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  • Corsinet.com - Offers collections of word play, insults, riddles and jokes.
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  • Dave's Fun Words - Categorized list of words which are fun to say.
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  • Dislexicon Word Generator - Contains Dislexicon, which generates new made-up words and definitions for them.
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  • Divinest-Sense.com: Tom Swifties - Definition of this style of play on words, a collection of original and previously-known examples, and links to other collections.
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  • Faulkner or Machine Translation? - A quiz to determine whether literary passages are the Faulkner originals or ones machine-translated from German into English.
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  • Fun With Words - Heteronyms, contronyms, eponyms, word/letter frequencies and other trivia.
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  • Fun-with-words.com - Dedicated to oddities of the English language plus various types of wordplay.
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  • Funny Names Site - Contains names like Justin Credible and Mandy Lifeboats.
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  • Funnyname.com - A collection of amusing, interesting, strange, and occasionally rude names from the phone book.
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  • Gadzillion Things to Think About - 10,000+ rhetorical questions. Accepts submissions.
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  • LazrChet's Rhetorical Questions - Questions designed to open one's mind, even if no answer is expected.
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  • Loquacious Lipograms - Information and links on lipograms, works of fiction that omit a single letter.
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  • Lost in Translation - See what happens when an English phrase is translated by computer back and forth between 5 different languages. Confusion results.
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  • The Mother of All Excuses Place - Over 900 excuses to not go to work or school, police and accidents, breaking dates, doctor, missing church, diet, and taxes.
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  • Opundo - Includes wordplay and oddities, mathematica, theologica, computica, scientifica, and other humour.
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  • Piece of Pi MadLibs - Site featuring a collection of madlibs.
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  • Scorpio Tales - Collection of anagrams, pangrams, eponyms, heteronyms, contronyms, homophones and mangled English.
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  • Stink Pink - Questions have answers with two rhyming words.
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  • The Tate Family Members - Plays on words using "Tate" as a last name.
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  • Text Messages - A collection of symbolic "smiley" messages.
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  • Unscramble.net - Unscramble, find, rhyme or define various words online.
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  • Untruisms and One-Trick Words - Phrases that are only used when they are untrue, and words that can only be used within a cliche'.
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  • Word Games Software - Created specifically for Scrabble players, a downloadable English thesaurus and dictionary for Windows.
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  • Word Skit - Linguistic contortions, weird and wonderful words, plus quotations.
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  • The Word Spy - Explains new words and phrases with new entries added regularly, plus archives of previous entries.
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  • Wordorium - A repository of newfangled words with mangled or meandering meanings created by wordpeckers.
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