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Is “disc golf” a verb?

"disc golf" is not a verb but "disc" is.

"want to disc?"
"let's disc"
"how was discing?"
etc.
 
Frolf is onomatopoeia. It's the sound that poop makes when it comes into the world.

Let's onomatopoeia that the other way. Disc + Golf = DILF.

:clap::clap::clap:
 
Let's onomatopoeia that the other way. Disc + Golf = DILF.

:clap::clap::clap:

Hmmm....you can make DILF an onomatopoeia, perhaps by giving the term to the sound an air mattress makes, when punctured.

Disc + Golf = DILF is not an onomatopoeia, in itself.

Just a quick lesson in figurative language. :p
 
Frolf is onomatopoeia. It's the sound that poop makes when it comes into the world.

The fact that I need to spend less time on this site, doesn't surprise me.

That fact that it was a post from Jen, that really drove that point home, is what surprises me. :|
 

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