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  1. davidhart says

    Reminds me of rice krispies in milk. I hope they make a sound that goes squid, cuttle and cephalopop.

  2. otrame says

    @1

    Yep, that is how you spell it. The number of eeees is optional. Traditionally a squee with more than two ees should be accompanied by a flail. Just so you know.

  3. pipenta says

    @otrame,

    Is a flail a windmilling motion made with the arms? I’m imagining something with the arms held, not rigidly but loosely, especially at the distal ends of the appendages. Or is there a punctuation convention used to indicate a flail? I would like to know.