My best guess from reading a confusing definition is that honorificabilitudinity means something like honorableness.
I like the yellow duckling. Reminds me of a story my big sister used to read to about a little duck named Ping. I’m not sure but I think it was one of those racist titles stereotypical of Asians, kind of like Little Black Sambo.
longueur (plural longueurs)
(authorship) A lengthy passage in a dramatic or literary work, especially a dull or tedious one; a period of boredom.
In French, “longueurs” are tedious passages, and “longueur” literally means “length.” The first recorded use of “longueur” in English comes from the writer Horace Walpole, who wrote in a letter, “Boswell’s book is gossiping;. . . but there are woful longueurs, both about his hero and himself.”
Oblivious, huh? Could be.
He’s not immune to calories and weight gain, however. Check out his bunny gut—or is that just his inability to match up his buttons with their respective button holes?
What the heck is a moonroof? Is it the opposite of a sunroof?
I love it when Mother Thalweg drops by.
Sister Teresa knows all. Her surveillance pickle just got new batteries.
Thanks, Wolf of Old.