A candidate for the position of Eleventh Commandment, "Verbing weirds language" is how Calvin (of Calvin and Hobbes) summed up the practice known as verbing.

Verbing is common in computing and business literature, to such and extent that language in these circles has now been thoroughly weirded. As Hobbes replied, "Maybe we can eventually make language a complete impediment to understanding."

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