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   And why will this word arrive?

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   It’s landed in Wikipedia…and provides a needed definition.

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Fatberg (n)

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But for any more you need to use the DOOR.

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   A fatberg is a congealed lump of fat, sanitary items, wet wipes, and similar items found in sewer systems, which do not break down like toilet paper. Such deposits are officially referred to using this term by authorities at Thames Water  in London, UK ¹ & ².”

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   To put this all in perspective, however, you should go to “fatberg” at Wikipedia. No, unfortunately, it’s not legit–yet–in Oxford or for Scrabble. So ignore the pomposity of your traditional spellchecker here. (“Pomposity” is legit btw.)

   And, don’t miss the you tube videos, including “fatberg in London”!

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   ¹ Williams, Rob (5 August 2013). “Britain’s biggest ever ‘fat berg’ – the size of a bus and weighing 15 tones – found in Lindon drain.” The Independent.

   ² Edwards, Jim. “Gross Photos Show Sewer Workers Battling a ‘Fatberg’ the Size of a Boeing 747 Under London.” Yahoo/Business Insider. Retrieved 1 September 2014.

   For 11 more sources, check the Wikipedia article!