Another behr fact?

Here’s another behr fact.

The word ‘bare’ is used colloquially by the younger generations as a synonym for ‘very’, ‘great’, ‘many’ or ‘much’. Hence for example: “she’s bare jealous of her best friend.”

So what if someone wants to say:  “I  saw many very large furless bears carry many very small bears in the zoo yesterday”?

Something like: “I saw bare bare large bare bears bear bare bare small bears …..”. Perhaps not.

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