Dave (courier_iii) wrote,


We all love it.
We all collect it.
Some of it is interesting, and much of it is totally useless.

So, the question for the evening is:

What is the most esoteric and totally useless nugget of knowledge that you personally have?

...and, I will start it off, by telling you that the little pieces on the side of the hood of a Buick are properly known as "Ventiports" and, from at least one source, "Cruiselator Ventiports!"

There's also a challenge question.
What is the longest word in the English language that only contains a single vowel. That is there is only one and it is only occurs once in the word.
There is no "Y" in the word.
It is a relatively common word that while you may not use it on a daily basis, you are certainly familiar with it.
It is not a scientific term or a proper name.
It is more than five letters.

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