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December 12, 2003

"Igry." Learn it. Use it.

Daniel Radosh

"Igry." Learn it. Use it. I couldn't care less about the -gry riddle, but I stand firmly behind Francis's efforts to spread the word igry because it so obviously fills a need in the English language. The word means "painfully embarrassed for or uncomfortable about someone else's incredibly poor social behavior, or descriptive of such poor social behavior." As in, "I love Freaks and Geeks but poor Sam makes me so igry."

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