Can long, archaic words be used to maximize overall brevity (and levity)? Take the 2014 Indian general elections that recently concluded. Although the final results will come out on May 16 (the amazing Narendra Modi as Prime Minister), exit polls already give us this clear-enough picture:
India has understood that the phoney "Idea of India" brand of secularism is nothing but antidisestablishmentarianism in disguise, and we are witness to the historical floccinaucinihilipilification of the Nehru-dynasty by the Indian voter.
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