Funable. It’s a new word. I made it up. Yep! New word. Not in the dictionary. You can look it up. And you won’t find it. Right there in the New Oxford American Dictionary between fumitory and Funabashi. Right there, where it should be, it isn’t. I looked it up and when I found out it wasn’t there… I created it. Funable. Created at 7:13 am, September 18, 2010.
“An idea is nothing more nor less then a new combination of old things.” James Webb Young
Fun + able = funable. Definition: The ability to take something boring, mundane, pedestrian or uninteresting and turn it into an enjoyable and satisfying experience. Noun, adjective, verb, adverb. Versatile. Easy on the eyes… and easy to use. Except in Scrabble. Just try to sneak it by a hardcore Scrabbler. Busted!
So that’s how I made this post that’s simply intended to give you access to this week’s materials… funable.
That’s right. Creating “funable” made writing this post funable.