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Word of the day geek
by Christine Lovatt
The word geek is often thought to have originated from a sideshow performer who bites the heads off chickens and snakes. Wrong. Its use goes back more than 400 years before that definition, as a variant of geck, meaning a fool or simpleton. Nowadays it often means a person with an unhealthy obsession with computers. Finish reading this and switch off!
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by The Quizzard
Eating HUMBLE PIE is a mispronunciation of Numble Pie, a dish of venison entrails
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