Two words that seem to comprise a name, but are in fact sentence modifiers and word replacements of epic and biblical proportions. They can literally squeeze their way into any sentence in the English language, and should be used to their fullest.
Note, Brett Bauer does not need to appear in order in a sentence, nor does it need to be in its entirety (ie: just "brett" or "bauer" is okay. "Brett my bauer!", "You totally bretted your bauer on your skateboard last night", "The problem with your car appears to be a loose bretters and desperate need of a bauer change"
by The Zamboni September 14, 2008
Can you define these popular missing words?