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Every Word Spoken In Star Wars Arranged Alphabetically

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In the list of things that the world urgently needed, it's probably safe to say that the alphabetical reordering of every single English word spoken in Star Wars was not up the top.

But, nonetheless, that didn't stop the intrepid Pittsburgh computer scientist Tom Murphy doing just that. If you have a spare 43 minutes, you can work your way through every single word, alphabetised, in his monstrous creation, entitled ARST ARSW. We see what you did there Tom.

Amongst his discoveries, he found that the word lightsaber appears just once, the most common word (spoken 368 times) is 'the', there are 1695 different words and an English total of 11,684.

Incredible.



(Images: AllStar)

[via Laughing Squid]

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