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mr_G
11-01-2007, 16:30:17
panopticum


make a nice sentence with this awesome word and use Lurker knows tooooo

Venom
11-01-2007, 16:35:53
This is a title of a latin pr0n movie.

Funko
11-01-2007, 17:14:54
I don't think it's even a real English word in that form. Panoptic or panoptical or something but not panopticum.

MoSe
11-01-2007, 17:19:18
Originally posted by Venom
This is a title of a latin pr0n movie.

anything to do with pronation?

Venom
11-01-2007, 17:21:25
Your posts are the worst thing that have ever been invented.

MoSe
11-01-2007, 17:21:43
Originally posted by Funko
I don't think it's even a real English word in that form. Panoptic or panoptical or something but not panopticum.

being a word of greek origin, it's actually panopticon (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/panopticon), in English too
:p

PANOPWNED!

MoSe
11-01-2007, 17:24:34
Originally posted by Venom
Your posts are the worst thing that have ever been invented.

I'd never hoped I could excel in something someday

\o/

Oerdin
11-01-2007, 19:45:05
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/panopticum

Lurker the Second
11-01-2007, 20:59:39
Hmmm, a sentence huh? "Venom and Funko each brought his panopticum to the park and then there were two panopticums!"

DaShi
11-01-2007, 22:38:42
Venom and Funko exchanged panopticums at the park and both gleefully exclaimed, "Panopticums!"

Fistandantilus
11-01-2007, 22:57:41
mr_G built a great, large, beautiful panopticum and Drekkus pissed on it joyfully.
mr_G was not happy afterwards.

Drekkus
11-01-2007, 23:23:04
'Oh baby, cum on my panopti!'

Mr. Bas
12-01-2007, 15:44:13
Great album too. (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panopticon-Isis/dp/B0002Z83KC)

Fergus & The Brazen Car
13-01-2007, 12:49:27
My eyesight was tested at the panopticon's. All-seeing I, now.

mr_G
13-01-2007, 18:08:10
jup brilliant design

one guard can overlook all prisoners so it's very economic

Funko
15-01-2007, 09:05:40
Originally posted by MoSe
being a word of greek origin, it's actually panopticon (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/panopticon), in English too
:p

PANOPWNED!

Exactly, so not panopticum.

mr_G
15-01-2007, 09:36:41
it's dutch you waaips!!!

pfffffffffffffft i thought that Reading boytje would knew that.

MoSe
15-01-2007, 09:42:59
ah, the *dutch* -um!
like
Panopticum in Hilversum

Fergus & The Brazen Car
15-01-2007, 10:32:06
Does Hilversum play Silverchair to Silverfish ?


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