Psycomedia Episode 2 – Sex and Pugs and Sausage Rolls

Psycomedia Episode 2 – Sex and Pugs and Sausage Rolls

Reference for what Zygon means and how it is definitely not a biblical reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zygon

The real reference for what Zygon means and how it could be used biblically, but is just a Greek word http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zygon:_Journal_of_Religion_%26_Science

Possible words that can be made from Pyszczynski’s name, including their Scrabble score:

7 Chars:
68: PYKNICS

6 Chars:
17: PYKNIC
12: SNICKS
14: SPICKS
12: SPINKS
24: ZINCKY

5 Chars:
10: CISSY
12: KISSY
11: NICKS
14: NICKY
13: PICKS
16: PICKY
11: PINKS
14: PINKY
14: PISKY
10: PYINS
11: SICKS
 9: SINKS
12: SINKY
 9: SKINS
11: SKIPS
11: SNICK
 7: SNIPS
10: SNIPY
13: SPICK
 9: SPICS
12: SPICY
11: SPIKS
14: SPIKY
11: SPINK
 7: SPINS
10: SPINY
10: SYNCS
16: ZINCS
19: ZINCY
21: ZINKY

4 Chars:
13: ICKY
 8: INKS
11: INKY
 8: KINS
10: KIPS
 8: KISS
10: NICK
 6: NIPS
12: PICK
 8: PICS
10: PINK
 6: PINS
 9: PINY
 6: PISS
 6: PSIS
11: PYIC
 9: PYIN
10: SICK
 6: SICS
 8: SINK
 4: SINS
 6: SIPS
16: SIZY
 8: SKIN
10: SKIP
 8: SKIS
 6: SNIP
 8: SPIC
10: SPIK
 6: SPIN
 9: SYNC
 7: YINS
 9: YIPS
15: ZINC
13: ZINS
15: ZIPS

3 Chars:
 5: CIS
 9: ICK
 8: ICY
 7: INK
 3: INS
 7: KIN
 9: KIP
 7: KIS
 5: NIP
 3: NIS
 6: NYS
 7: PIC
 5: PIN
 5: PIS
 5: PSI
 5: SIC
 7: SIK
 3: SIN
 5: SIP
 3: SIS
 7: SKI
10: SKY
 6: SNY
 8: SPY
 6: SYN
 6: YIN
 8: YIP
12: ZIN
14: ZIP
21: ZIZ

2 Chars:
 2: IN
 2: IS
 6: KI
 9: KY
 5: NY
 4: PI
 2: SI
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4 Responses to Psycomedia Episode 2 – Sex and Pugs and Sausage Rolls

  1. Winterbay says:

    Having listened to the discussion of Pyszczynski’s name it should be pointed out that “y” is a vowel in quite a lot of languages, just not so often in English (even though the word “why” definitely shows that it can be used as a vowel in English as well). And with a name like Pyszczynski I am going to hazard a guess that he is not of English origin 🙂

    Love the show though.

    • psycomedia says:

      Yes, yes, in English it is acknowledged as a semi-vowel… but it’s still rather hard to use as the word list may indicate. Although he’s an American called Tom, I’m certain that’s a more eastern name.

  2. Clearly Not Amber says:

    All this talk about mortality, and especially the mention about the futility of human existence, inspired me to simply play Happy Wheels while listening to this podcast. Particularly the level “It Keeps Happening.”

  3. Due to this post, for some reason I cannot remember, I named one of my gerbils Pyszczynski about three months back. I’ll admit he doesn’t listen to his full name, but he does come for a treat if I call out ‘Pyz’ which due to my accent, my family has dubbed him “Piss.”

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