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seanahan commented on the word listmaster
The natural counterpart to the listmaster is the wordkeeper.
December 19, 2007
reesetee commented on the word listmaster
I thought you might, uselessness. :-)
bilby commented on the word listmaster
Listkeeper sounds like someone who carries around lanterns on windy promontories.
uselessness commented on the word listmaster
Ghostmaster, eh? I dig.
Jennarenn's right. I might even go so far as to call uselessness the Ghostmaster. ;->Bilby, hurry and coin wordiegenerate so I can add it to some list or other!
December 18, 2007
jennarenn commented on the word listmaster
Ah mollusque, if you're going to pick up after uselessness, you've got a looong way to go. Creating ghosts is what he actually gets paid to do; going to work is just a hobby. ;)
mollusque commented on the word listmaster
Okay, VanishedOne has adopted listmaster and I've taken in listkeeper. Any more of uselessness's messes to repossess?
So what are you saying? You're bad at dominoes? ;->
chained_bear commented on the word listmaster
I'm female and don't mind at all being called listmaster, or actor, or writer, or editor, or any of the supposedly male-sounding things... except in the case of waitress and of course dominatrix. I would prefer, in such a situation, *not* to be called a dominator (or waiter), because to me that means someone who kicks ass at dominoes (or waiting).
Why do I feel as though I walked right into that one?
A kind of dominatrix who (pleasurably) whips you for not having created enough lists in the previous week?
Any of these is better than trying to say (or type) listmistress.
I think they make a Listerine for that.
I fear us both becoming listerical in the heat of morphological battle.
He ghosted listkeeper too, Bilby. Maybe you should challenge him. You could joust in the lists.
Another ghost, you wordiegenerate!
Sounds unnecessarily masculine. How about listmaestro? :-)
The creator/owner of a Wordie list. Especially helpful in the age of collaborative listing.