Comments: I take the credit!

A fine word, and worthy of insertion into the common language... except for one thing. It contains too many "n"s in close proximity. I've found that words containing such structure lead to misuse and wild abandon in spelling. Take "banana". It's very hard to know when to stop when spelling "banananana". I myself have to restrain myself from going mad and just continuing the word until I run out of space.
You see the problem here?
Inanananananitarian.
We must take responsibility for ending consonant abuse. Consononononant.
See? I rest my case. :)

Posted by LeeAnn at June 27, 2003 10:42 AM

She may be right, Tiger. They may especially have trouble with it in Mississississississississippi.

Posted by McGehee at June 27, 2003 12:12 PM

Hey, try as I might, I could not come up with a palindrome. I still like the word and hope it makes it in the next Webster's Dictionary.

Posted by Tiger at June 27, 2003 02:04 PM

Well, it certainly helps to cover some large holes in group classification. Before we were overgenralizing with "idiotarian", but now when we come across someone so devoid of personal opinion that the don't even have enough substance to be called an idiot, we can call them by their proper name: "inanitarian".

Posted by AstreaEdge at June 27, 2003 04:51 PM