I'm scraping the bottom of the barrel I know. Not only do I really have nothing to say today, I've cheated a bit by just taking as my title a German word that caught my eye for no reason other than it's, well, a bit funny. Bein is the German word for leg; x-beinig means knock-kneed. German is a funny old language, so logical and sometimes just so descriptive. It took me a while to acquire the German taste for making new words by combining words and I have to admit I don't do it often but it is fun. Especially when I'm just doing it for fun.
The German propensity for combining words does make it somewhat difficult to find words in a dictionary sometimes, as they'll often only be listed by their component parts. According to an expat blog I found the longest German word in the Duden dictionary (Duden would be similar in status to the Oxford English Dictionary or Merriam Webster) is Grundstücksverkehrsgenehmigungszuständigkeitsübertragungsverordnung (67 letters, check the link for the meaning of it and how it's broken down).
I have to run off and cook spaghetti bolognese for fifty or so people now. It's the marathon here tomorrow and the Irish Business Network is having a pasta party for those who are running. I don't do running so I'm helping out with the cooking instead. Much more my style!