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    https://youtu.be/Dt8F51snX2o?t=2

    What combination and sequence of letters would I need to use so that the reader would interpret its meaning as that shown in the link above?
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    *Homer salivates audibly*
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    *Homer salivates audibly*
    Correct, that would make me think that. But Im looking for a word for that.

    As there appears to not be a word for that I will make up my own to add to the English Dictionary.

    "snizz"

    It will become known as "the Homer Snizz". Next time I see someone snizzing I will say "hes doing the homer snizz".

    New word Snizz.

    As it will appear in the dictionary:

    "Snizz

    Mouth open wide salivating audibly"


    My fear is the word will be mispelled. How would you tell if a new word in the dictionary were to be mispelled?
 
 
 
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