We've had Words Gone Bad all day but no time (or inclination) to play with them until now. Here's our lineup:
hoards of writers
Twisted Linguistics are good for something after all -- anti-writing.
Once upon a time, there were hoards of writers. They were stored in the king's dungeon, stacked on top of each other and overseen by the Captian of the guard. That didn't stop them from writing their screts novesl, which they used mulse to transmit to their rocomended publisher. It was very convinient, though it pissred off the captian and his dopelgangers when he realsied they were doing it. His job was, of course, to hoard them and prevent them from their anti-writing. Much to the imbrassment of the king, the whole story of what was going on in the dungeon actualy came out and his realm became infamiouse.
You can convin anti-writers in one scret place, even dope the l'il gangers, but they will always manage to put out their pissre work and infam decent folk everywhere.
Rocom, dudes. End.