Posted by Bill Gatten on March 13, 1999 at 14:11:10:
You’re obviously thinking about the word “amorphous” denoting the lack or absence of change(a common and quite logical error). The word I was using (“amormorphous”) means, the love (amor) of change (morph) in the shorts or drawers (hous[en] as in “leiderho[u]sen”). OK? (Sheeze!)
I’m calling my New dictionary, “Gatten Under the Bridge with Dick and Harry.” or Gatten’s Unerbridgedickn’ary… or something like that. And amormorphous will be the first word (except maybe for Aardvaark or aaabersnain or something)!