Previously, whenever someone asked me what I wug is, I let Jean Berko Gleason herself answer.

But now I have a nifty new Wacom tablet and a free trial of Camtasia so I decided to try my hand at making my own explanation:

08. May 2015 · Write a comment · Categories: linguistics · Tags:

salvadorwugiApologies for not posting lately. April was a hectic month, and May isn’t shaping up to be much better. My goal is to post weekly, maybe starting in July. In the meantime, here’s some wugart I made.

I know I promised to buy Never Alone on release day, but as it turns out, none of the gaming systems or computers I own can play it. Waiting for Black Friday sales to bulk up this thing.

In the meantime, Happy Wugsgiving!


As the internet’s leading wugologist (is anyone else a wugologist?), I’ve decided to begin collecting the diverse variety of wugs found in the world. After all, wugs come in all shapes, sizes, and colors! More »

A few months ago, Linguistics Club had a arts & crafts night, and most people ended up making cute wugs!! But I forgot to blog about it! More »

In what quite possibly is one of the nerdiest things I have ever done, I made a wug out of light blue wool and obsidian in Minecraft.



The study of wugs. From wug, a small bird-like animal first described by Berko (1958), and -ology, an academic discipline or field of knowledge.

But what is a wug?!

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