Nindalf
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I wonder how many twelve year old boys looked at the map in Lord of the Rings, saw "Nindalf (Wetwang)" and started giggling?

Yes, I know "wang" probably means marsh or bog in this context, but I'm also aware of American colloquial use of the word. Smile Still, I can imagine kids geekily calling each other "Hey Nindalf!"
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"A Iluvatarinya! En na pelecco carinyesse!"
"Oh my God! There's an axe in my head!" :worry:

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Heh, I guess everyone is kinda speechless, lol!
:deadhorse:
"A Iluvatarinya! En na pelecco carinyesse!"
"Oh my God! There's an axe in my head!" :worry:

http://www.yamara.com/axe/#Q1
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Okay, I just got that. I don't know how many American 12 year olds would have gotten the joke when I was a kid.
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(July 21st, 2020, 02:36 AM)Coconut Ent Wrote: I wonder how many twelve year old boys looked at the map in Lord of the Rings, saw "Nindalf (Wetwang)" and started giggling?

Yes, I know "wang" probably means marsh or bog in this context, but I'm also aware of American colloquial use of the word. Smile Still, I can imagine kids geekily calling each other "Hey Nindalf!"

That joke would have been right up 12 year old me’s alley, and I had a group of friends who were similarly inclined. 

Sadly, we never picked up on it.
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