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For your weekly dose of literary illumination, I offer you:
Flapdoodle, which refers to anything one might consider nonsense, drivel, gibberish, or gobbledygook.
As in: “Did you read MaryJane’s latest post? Apparently, some snooty scientists are claiming that sarcasm is an indicator of creativity. Do you believe it? Pure flapdoodle!”
Not to be confused with either of these:
But pretty much interchangeable with either of these:
Utter at will!
If I say,
“Sarcasm is a reflection of a person’s creativity,”
and you reply,
“Oh, really? I didn’t know that from years of personal experience,”
then you’ll appreciate this entry.
If, however, you’re more inclined to dismiss this statement as flapdoodle (stay tuned tomorrow to see what that’s all about),
then you’ll probably just want to stop reading … here.