Internet Browsing

In my hobby of conjugating non-verbs, I came across the word “browser”. I thought it would be a fun example because I could use various internet browser logos.

So here is my submission for the various forms of the word “browse”: browse, browser, and browsest.

chart of internet browsers going from browse to browser to browsest

I know, “browsest” isn’t a word, and that’s not how words are conjugated anyway. And there was no ranking criteria either. I would have liked to use the Safari logo, but there were only three forms of the word, so I had to limit it to three browsers. For the internetally-challenged: the logos are Google Chrome, Firefox, and Opera.

Should he argue with useless talk,Or with words which are not profitable?

Job 15:3

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This little article thingy was written by Some Guy sometime around 6:56 am and has been carefully placed in the Humor category.

2 Responses to “Internet Browsing”

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  2. Arby Says:

    You have engaged in “verbification,” the act of turning non-verbs into verbs. My wife is the master!

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