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It's not the word, but how she pronounces it.
Or the fact that she pronounces it at all.
That is how "squirmish" is said-- skirmish is probably what it was based on, but they're not said the same. (I usually hear the word just as she said it in relation to sports-brawls; never heard anyone but military [or battle-gaming] fanboys use 'skirmish.')Funny, one of the top responses in google is the line "I’ll take a commentator’s “squirmish” over a commander in chief’s “corpsemen,” any day". On google. Dang.
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