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Mung was not just a bean (via ming)
mung
One can use the translator for the juice.

Tags

  1. not munge
  2. mung
  3. name

Comments


Mark de LA says
seth 2014-04-06 08:17:16 17258
Says the English translation is "moo mun", but i don't remember those as English words.  So what does mung mean in English?
Ming dictionary (BC2) sometimes loops back with more ming.  Plug moo mun into the translator & find out!


Seth says
so moomung just means magic name ... or more peculiarly CFR's use of "magical name" which equates to mung.  right?  ... i'll be careful not to think your  "mung" refers to some kind of confusion anymore.

Mark de LA says
Yep, I use the word munge or mashup to describe possibly disjoint or random stuff smooched together.  One could perhaps enjoy the urban dictionary definition of mung instead.


Seth says
Einai 2014-04-06 09:03:08 17258
Yep, I use the word munge or mashup to describe possibly disjoint or random stuff smooched together.  One could perhaps enjoy the urban dictionary definition of mung instead.

so when you, mark russell, use a word spelled "mung" we don't know what you are referring to but can probably guess based upon the context. 

Mark de LA says
seth 2014-04-06 09:09:24 17258
Einai 2014-04-06 09:03:08 17258
Yep, I use the word munge or mashup to describe possibly disjoint or random stuff smooched together.  One could perhaps enjoy the urban dictionary definition of mung instead.

so when you, mark russell, use a word spelled "mung" we don't know what you are referring to but can probably guess based upon the context. 
I don't use the word mung except above as ming responding to your use of the word mung instead of munge, i.e. the word I use.


Seth says
Einai 2014-04-06 09:26:24 17258
seth 2014-04-06 09:09:24 17258
Einai 2014-04-06 09:03:08 17258
Yep, I use the word munge or mashup to describe possibly disjoint or random stuff smooched together.  One could perhaps enjoy the urban dictionary definition of mung instead.

so when you, mark russell, use a word spelled "mung" we don't know what you are referring to but can probably guess based upon the context. 
I don't use the word mung except above as ming responding to your use of the word mung instead of munge, i.e. the word I use.

well sorry i cannot parse your bold response above.  Could you clarify it?  

Incidentally, was it not you who tagged 17115 into the the room mung ? ... er, or was that me?

Mark de LA says
seth 2014-04-06 11:04:49 17258
Einai 2014-04-06 09:26:24 17258
seth 2014-04-06 09:09:24 17258
Einai 2014-04-06 09:03:08 17258
Yep, I use the word munge or mashup to describe possibly disjoint or random stuff smooched together.  One could perhaps enjoy the urban dictionary definition of mung instead.

so when you, mark russell, use a word spelled "mung" we don't know what you are referring to but can probably guess based upon the context. 
I don't use the word mung except above as ming responding to your use of the word mung instead of munge, i.e. the word I use.

well sorry i cannot parse your bold response above.  Could you clarify it?  

Incidentally, was it not you who tagged 17115 into the the room mung ? ... er, or was that me?
nope! I use the word munge - please get that fact straight!

Seth says
Einai 2014-04-06 11:14:52 17258
seth 2014-04-06 11:04:49 17258
Einai 2014-04-06 09:26:24 17258
seth 2014-04-06 09:09:24 17258
Einai 2014-04-06 09:03:08 17258
Yep, I use the word munge or mashup to describe possibly disjoint or random stuff smooched together.  One could perhaps enjoy the urban dictionary definition of mung instead.

so when you, mark russell, use a word spelled "mung" we don't know what you are referring to but can probably guess based upon the context. 
I don't use the word mung except above as ming responding to your use of the word mung instead of munge, i.e. the word I use.

well sorry i cannot parse your bold response above.  Could you clarify it?  

Incidentally, was it not you who tagged 17115 into the the room mung ? ... er, or was that me?
nope! I use the word munge - please get that fact straight!

hmmm ... well quite possibly i have been ignorieing the pesky little "e" on the end of the word ... will have to watch that in the future.   So who made the spelling error on the tag, i mentioned above, you or I ? 

Mark de LA says
One last thing before I close this item which I separated out of [your: item 17257] so as not to fuck it up. The urban dictionary does define munge the way I used it. The Wikipedia does munge the two together. 
I'm done all other questions I consider asked & answered.


Seth says
seth 2014-04-06 11:26:56 17258
incidentallydid we not discuss mung beans ?  do you happen to remember where and in what context?

ok found it ... easy google search ...

Einai 2014-02-25 00:10:41 17115
I think it is all a mung bean.


and in that item you were using the word munging to refer to the same thing as munge.

fun shit, eh

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