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Jan 19, 2010
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Celebrating The Newest English Verb: Conaned

Conan O'Brien Special

theVoiceofReason.com today celebrates the arrival of the newest verb in the English language: conaned, which means:

i) To be completely shafted, particularly by your employer, but also through bad luck, or the elements, or God, or something else.

ii) To be given something and then having it taken away from you after a short period. This definition is set to replace the term 'Indian giving' which has always been racist just there was never a better was of saying it. Now there is, it's conaned.

We ask our panel of experts to attempt to use the new word 'conaned' in a sentence.

Concerned Citizen
Jerry Meedsden, Circus Artist

"This boxer gets totally conaned:"

   
Shocked Man
Berry Sprinkler, Radio Talk Show Host

"This time last year all the banks were completely conaned, this year they made record profits. What the f***?"

   
Muscleman
Jerry Tharsden, Bodybuilder Worshiper

"I used Microsoft's Internet Explorer in China and got completely conaned when the government hacked my personal details."

   
Old Gipper
Berry Rusky, Organic Farmer

"Haiti got totally conaned by that earthquake."

   
Ape Man
Jerry Baldicoot, Banker

"Hey, buddy, take away my job and I'll kick you hard in the conaneds."

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