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While I'm sure Terry Pratchett has popularised this word in the north american context, i know I've used twee on occasion since childhood.
 
While I'm sure Terry Pratchett has popularised this word in the north american context, i know I've used twee on occasion since childhood.
   
Also, do we need to use "smalls" here or anywhere else other than in a definintion of itself and children? I don't see any gain over using children, which is medieval and non-regional (smalls isn't used in Australian SCA).
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Also, do we need to use "[[smalls]]" here or anywhere else other than in a definintion of itself and children? I don't see any gain over using children, which is medieval and non-regional (smalls isn't used in Australian SCA).
   
 
[[User:Tiff|Tiff]] (who know she should just edit the article, but is lazy)
 
[[User:Tiff|Tiff]] (who know she should just edit the article, but is lazy)

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While I'm sure Terry Pratchett has popularised this word in the north american context, i know I've used twee on occasion since childhood.

Also, do we need to use "smalls" here or anywhere else other than in a definintion of itself and children? I don't see any gain over using children, which is medieval and non-regional (smalls isn't used in Australian SCA).

Tiff (who know she should just edit the article, but is lazy)