Stephen Chrisomalis [pictured here] writes, in the Glossographia blog, about feisty embuggerance:
When I grade my students’ paper proposals, I make a point of doing a brief Google Scholar search for each student’s proposal, which a) helps me evaluate how thorough they have been; b) helps me help them find additional material (I then give them the sources I found, but also the keywords I used to find them). One of my students in my introductory linguistic anthropology course this term is doing a paper on linguistic aspects of laughter and humor. During my search, I encountered the following citation (direct from Google Scholar to you):
Embuggerance, E., and H. Feisty. 2008. The linguistics of laughter. English Today 1, no. 04: 47-47.
After I stopped laughing, I set to figuring out what was going on….
(Thanks to investigator Scott Langill for bringing this to our attention.)