Friday, July 27, 2007

LOBSTER GIRL CLEAVES TO URKOBOLD AND PLEDGES ETERNAL ALLEGIANCE

BEHOLD! THE URKOBOLD'S NEW MATE!

THE GIRL, NOT THE LOBSTER. THE URKOBOLD AND THE GIRL WERE FORCED TO EAT THE LOBSTER AFTER [POST CENSORED TO MAINTAIN NC-17 RATING] AND [POST CENSORED TO MAINTAIN NC-17 RATING]. SO, THE URKOBOLD NOW RENAMES HER. . .

DER WEIBSKOBOLD.

REJOICE, MINIONS! AND BUY THE URKOBOLD AND THE WEIBSKOBOLD MANY GIFTS!

8 comments:

joe said...

Stupid crustaceans. They get all the breaks!

Weibskobold said...

I just love Urky! He makes me feel like an unnatural woman.

Cesar said...

Damn dirty arthropods stealing our human women!

Karen, being typically pendantic but in another language said...

Shouldn't she be DIE weibskobold?

Pro Libertate said...

Gosh, I wouldn't be correcting the Urkobold's grammar, seeing how he created German and all. He did that to bolster his use of the word, schadenfreude, which he also coined.

Here's the story: When challenged in a Scrabble match to prove that schadenfreude was a word, the Urkobold said, "It's German". Of course, there being no "German at that time, he had to invent a new language to ensure his triple-word score.

VikingMoose said...

Karen - no.

the gender of the multiple-word noun is determined by the final word

Der Student
Das Heim

Das Studentenheim

In the fun combo of "weibskobold", it would be der. Weib, is a neutral gender, BTW!

The Urkobold said...

WRONG AGAIN, VIKING MINION! I CAN DEMONSTRATE HER GENDER IN TWO COMPELLING WAYS.

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