Talk:Synaptidae

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Did anyone else notice that someone (presumably) vandalized a fake word into this article? "Vermose" does not exist. It has 2800 google hits (2801 now, I guess), most of which are names or screennames, and one valid usage as an ultra-obscure Macintosh programming term. As far as I know, sea cucumbers reboot only manually, so it's unlikely that's what's meant here. At the same time, I'm loathe to remove the vermose. This little wordlet deserves a chance. I feel that the party in the wrong here is the English language, for cruelly failing to have generated a vermose, and not the word itself.

Excuse this terribly-formatted talk comment, I doesn't how to wiki and just needed to share this vermose discovery with the world. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 71.226.112.214 (talk) 00:24, 20 September 2013 (UTC)