Extreme Verbosity

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Extreme Verbosity (correctly reduced form of the complete phrase, that is taking "complete form" as a temporary meaning, as in the standard of "excessively verbose"; and of course, assuming that such form would alter the phrase to re-read, usage of elongated syllables and a stereotypical British accent to lend both positive and negative weight to the subject, positive being the addition to the appearance, or first glance of your intellect, the negative being that the stereotypical British ideology would state that such words, in addition with the accent, pertain perfectly to said stereotype. Of course, one could fix this by avoiding extreme verbosity, although that would defeat the base objective, thus making you a complete ignoramus and therefore one could determine you as a lower class being).

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