1. The usual idiotic misspelling of the word input.
“Thank you so much for your imput.”
2. Unable to put an object somewhere (due to the incorrect prefix of “im-“).
“Madi desired to move the couch into the other room, but the tight space of the walls and low intelligence level prevented her from doing so. Therefore, the couch went into a state of imput on her.”
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