Orbitastic is a great word, but it hasn't yet entered the language. Please feel free to add it to WT:LOP, but keep it out of the main dictionary for a few years, until we can find some Citations of usage as required by WT:CFI. For more information see the links below, or ask my on my talk page. Yours Conrad.Irwin 19:22, 29 May 2008 (UTC)
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I'm sorry to be really very boring, but please remember that this is a dictionary. If you guys want to have fun on each other's pages then it's fine - on the condition that you concentrate predominantly on building Wiktionary. If not you will likely be blocked for wasting resources. There are lots (and I mean LOTS) of places which encourage socialising and having fun online. Check out IRC and http://www.facebook.com - or even http://secondlife.com/. Conrad.Irwin 19:49, 2 June 2008 (UTC)
New Rule: Once you are on, send something to PapaSmerf 02:58, 3 June 2008 (UTC) or Net. That way we can dicuss some of my ideas.
Ah Palmrick, you are a good, kind, loving person, who would never ever do anything bad to me. Like a certain someone we know(see Net). For this you are my Idol, never ever leave me or you to will be exposed to certain things unmetenable on a gaurded network. so anyway i'm ready to give you a little mocheecho-capilarry. Meet me at BVS tomorrow with everything known to mocheecho-capilarry making. Again I love you And worship you, don't forget to read up.
Ignore them Palmrick, they're crazy(up)Don't listen and forget about it. PapaSmerf 03:21, 3 June 2008 (UTC)