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Just realized that there is no word in the English language where the same letter is used 3x in a row, amirite?

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Yup. Fun fact, Bookkeeper is a word with 3 pairs of consecutive letters.

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Goddessship. It is a rare spelling, but technically correct. Same with skulllike. Usually spelled with a hyphen, but technically it's an English word.

Kionixs avatar Kionix Yeah You Are +6Reply

AHHH

I rest my case.

Apartlavishnesss avatar Apartlavishness Yeah You Are +4Reply

brrr, shhh, and zzz.

Take any word that ends in ss or ll and add ship or less

@ChootEmChootEm Take any word that ends in ss or ll and add ship or less

Yes but that wouldn't be grammatically correct. You might just say that "CCC" is now a word.

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