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Word-A-Week Vocabulary Vlog #44: Kaput

By Aaron - posted 06.11.13 @ 3:52 am
Aaron Poole's Word-a-Week!

We've all had to try and make the best of a bad situation. And sometimes you have to take whatever kind of edge you can lay hands upon. In some cases, you might just need to be satisfied with the fact that you not only know how screwed you are but you can express it fully and intelligently. So yes, even when something important is broken, it's good to have some words at your disposal. And we just so happen to know a man who's in the business of word delivery. Without further ado, it's Aaron Poole! Accept no substitutes! This word is one you can use! In conversation! When you're trying to give your Siri a run for her/its money! You can even use it on Twitter and Facebook! And the best part is: this word is free for you to use and share! It is guaranteed DRM-free.

We hope you will join Aaron as he slaloms down the slope of ignorance using the skis of knowledge, all while restricting heat loss via the skull with the toboggan of language.

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Special thanks to PhantomV48 for the closing animation.

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Aaron Poole is a filmmaker, blogger, podcaster and all around scalawag who serves as Irish ambassador to Need Coffee. When not consuming girlish alcohol, he uses what spare time remains to contribute to A Site Called Fred and The Website of Doom. He can be found at his personal blog, Twitter, Facebook and in your garage. He has written 56 posts. See them all here.

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