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Rolling Stones – Tongue

Recommending usage of the standard placeholder word “zerp” for when there’s a word on the tip of your tongue that you can’t remember and are unwilling to slow the conversation to await the recollection of, in order to avoid long-winded explanations of one’s own forgetfulness.

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