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Happy 1st month anniversary to the global supercentenarian forum!

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Sonicbox
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Today is the 1st month anniversary of the global supercentenarian forum. The global supercentenarian forum is now one month old!

Yes, it happened on April Fool's Day, but this is no joke.


   
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Happy 1st month anniversary to this a new democratic and anti-authoritarianism supercentenarian forum.

 

I'm glad that some wonderful members including Simon Frogg have joined recently. And I wonder who is a member "Guillaume".

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Yesterday was this forum's first mensiversary. "Mensiversary" is a neologism that people have coined for month anniversaries. The "anni-" in "anniversary" means "year", so "month anniversary" is technically a misnomer.


   
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@sonicbox Shouldn't that be 'mon' not 'men'?


   
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The coined neologism is "mensiversary". If you search for "monsiversary" on Google it asks "did you mean "mensiversary"?"


   
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@sonicbox A neologism, by definition, is a newly coined word. So why not make your own new word which is more logical? 


   
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Yes, "monsiversary" would work. I have also seen "monthiversary" used. I have seen "weekiversary" used for week anniversaries.


   
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Happy belated 1st month anniversary!


   
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Happy 1st month anniversary to this a new democratic and anti-authoritarianism supercentenarian forum.

Omg, the above message was unnecessary. At that time, I was shocked by the devide of community. Sorry. And I am now restricting such "controversial" posts.

 

 

 

And @Admin Congratulations your forum's total post count exceed 5,000 times today.

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