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Dictionarious of the Day: The problem with Where’s Waldo re-reads

Bhi: adj. Unmistakably clear where it was previously unclear.

“There’s a continuity error in Star Wars where a piece of garbage vanishes and reappears on Luke’s head between shots. Since I noticed, it’s bhi every time I watch it.”

First off, that example sentence is completely true. An alternate example would be the arrow in the Fed Ex sign, or one of those illusions where it’s a young woman one way and an old woman the other, or the two politicians yelling at each other on the Canadian flag. A bhi thing is something you completely cannot unsee.

Second, this is one of those words from the poem in the line, “And pougivies, he noted, were bhi and vast.” ‘Cause those were some extremely clear pougivies apparently?

That is all.

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