Forensic Jargon in Daily Life

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kayleigh_marie
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Forensic Jargon in Daily Life

Post by kayleigh_marie »

I've noticed, since watching Bones has become more of an obsession than anything else, I have begun to use words from their vocabulary in place of the commonplace words...
Like Striations.... Sediment (because dirt is a bad word :whistle: ).... You know. There are more, but I can't seem to bring them to my fingers...

Am I the only one?

I apologize if this isn't fit for a topic. Just let me know.
I was just curious, if anyone else had the same "problem" as I do ;)

I'll add more as I remember.
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Aha! Unidentified particulates. The two sweetest words I know.

vika
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Re: Forensic Jargen in Daily Life

Post by vika »

not squint words.. but i have begun to use "sweetie" much more often than usual =)))
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A/N: i'm so sorry for my bad english!

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Re: Forensic Jargen in Daily Life

Post by boo »

I'm waiting for the opportunity to throw "manubrium" into the conversation.

:lol:
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kayleigh_marie
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Re: Forensic Jargen in Daily Life

Post by kayleigh_marie »

Haha, that would be amazing.
Let us know when you do!
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Aha! Unidentified particulates. The two sweetest words I know.

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Re: Forensic Jargon in Daily Life

Post by Sinkwriter72 »

Every once in a while, I find myself saying the word "phalanges." :D
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kayleigh_marie
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Re: Forensic Jargon in Daily Life

Post by kayleigh_marie »

HA!
Dancing phalanges!
:dance:
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Aha! Unidentified particulates. The two sweetest words I know.

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Re: Forensic Jargon in Daily Life

Post by Ellen »

Dancing phalanges made me laugh! Such a cute moment. I'm just waiting to get the chance to use it on a child young enough not to look at me like I'm crazy...:P
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Re: Forensic Jargon in Daily Life

Post by jusbcuzz »

They all look at me like I'm crazy, lol. If I can make them laugh, then it's all good. :)
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