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PopQuizzical Daily! for November 15, 2012

“Frak”, an expletive replacement in the Battlestar Galactica universe, is a real word used in what energy industry?

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Yesterday's PopQuizzical Daily! answer:
Lexicographers (a.k.a. the smart people who know stuff about words) think that the term bull, a word that can be used as nonsense, most likely originated from the the Middle English word “bul” for falsehood.  So when someone says “bullshit!”, remember the ones really harmed in all of this are the bulls just taking a dump.

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