ntang (ntang) wrote,

To foin a craze

I've decided to coin a new phrase: "to foin a craze".

In a case of most excellent coincidence, "foin" actually is a word - it means "to prick; to sting", and can also refer to a pass or lunge in fencing, to thrust a weapon such as sword or spear. So it even sort of makes sense,in a roundabout way.

So, next time, don't just coin a phrase - foin a craze.

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