Hi all, anyone seen these books, I finally fouund a book shop that had them, The Meaning of Liff and The Deeper Meaning of Liff. Written by Douglas Adams and John Lloyd. "A dictionary of things that there aren't any words for yet" My favorites Quote. Fremantle (verb) To steal something not worth stealing. One steals cars, money and silver. Books of matches, hotel shampoos, individual serves of jam are merely fremantled. Lusby (noun) The fold of flesh pushing forward over the top of a bra which is too small for the lady inside it. Naples (plurial noun) The tiny depressions in a piece of ryvita. Cranleigh (noun) A mood of irrational irritaion with everyone and everything. Fring (noun) The noise made by a lightbulb that has just shone its last. Grimbister (noun) Large body of cars on a motorway all travelling at exactly the speed limit because one of them is a police car. Cheers Chris.