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Today marks two years of employment at my job for me, hooray! Do you know how dedicated I am? So dedicated that my internet is down, and I'm writing this from my mobile phone!* THAT's how dedicated! You'll have to forgive the lack of formatting and , but at least it's typo-free!**

Bathykolpian - [Bath-y-kol-pi-an], pron [băth-i-kol-pē-en]
adjective

Deep bosomed or big breasted; a person deriving these qualities.

Etymology
Derived from Greek words βαθύς (bathys), ‘deep’) and κόλπος (kolpos), ‘bosom’).

Usage
As Jenkins was packing his meagre belongings into a box, he reflected on what he might have done to get himself fired. He didn't SAY anything bad at the Christmas party, or photocopy his butt again - and SURELY it wasn't when he kept moving the mistletoe over the new girl's head every five minutes and exclaiming "UH OH, there it is again!" Little did Jenkins know that his fatal faux pas was motorboating the secretary's bathykolpian chest after her button accidentally popped off. It might be been okay if she wasn't the CEO's daughter.

I had a more awesomer usage, but lost it when my net went down. It was pants-droppingly hilarious! Those who would like the full experience should manually drop their pants NOW.


* Or 'cell phone' [/exagerrated finger quoting] for you Armenians and Canadesians.
**Any typos are intentional to increase the irony of stating my post to be typo-free***. :D
*** I heart disclaimers. GET OUT OF JAIL, WOO.
Tags: adjective, b, greek, wordsmith: nerdfury
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