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junx

noun; analogy
Plural version of "junk," a general word for a collective amount of things. Interpretation of intended meaning Plural of "junk," a general, slang word for a collective amount of things, similar in meaning to "stuff." Presumed reason for coinage Probably an analogy to "thanx," incorrect (online or e-mail) slang version of "thanks." Notes This use of the word junk has been ameliorated – it originally had a more negative definition, "worthless or useless discarded material." It is still used this way as well. Junx is very similar in form to thanx, an alternate spelling of the word thanks. Thanx has been around since at least 1992 or 1993, since I remember encountered the word when I first visited online bulletin boards. However, I think "junk," like "stuff," is already in its plural form.
 
what stores actually sell your junx...like how come I don't see your stuff at a sleven's?
Etymology : [Probably an analogy to "thanx."]
Source : Guestbook for Yolk.com
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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