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Says SHAINA on November 7, 2007

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i use this word on a semi-regular basis. people are always astounded when it's actually used in a sentance. good word.

Says marie on November 8, 2007

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shmorg ish borg

Says oooo on November 30, 2007

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omg that word is swedish Smörgåsbröd

Says Pelle on December 1, 2007

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no you putz it´s smörgåsbord

Says another dumb swede on January 23, 2008

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I remember my friend tried to use it and used it out of context. Something along the lines of: "that was a Smorgasbord"....apparently it sounded like it should mean "huge" how...i dont know!! hahah!!

Says I would like to know! on March 23, 2008

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Yep, this word is originally Swedish. I don't think this thing (Smörgåsbord: it's like a buffé with warm and cold dishes on a big table, and you go around it and take the food that you want on your own plate), I don't think an english word exist for this thing, so they took the Swedish word. ;) Smörgåsbord became "smorgasbord", they don't have the dots. ;D "Smörgås" = sandwich "Bord" = table

Says Inga from Swedeen on June 19, 2008

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It was a Swedish man who introduced the Smörgåsbord to the americans and therefor the word is Smorgasbord

Says The One on May 14, 2009

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