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Despite the century-long ubiquity of obscenicons in the comics, and the recent popularity of Kevin Fowler's song, I haven't yet heard anybody in real life cussing in vocalized obscenicons. If you count those, then perhaps "WTF" should be included, as well as all the spellings of cuss words. Things get even more funny when people try to render obscenicons into some kind of unintelligible sound! I think more interesting, and more analogous to the Zits strip, is whether and where writers have gone as far as having characters literally spell out fake curses or such (e.g.
I think the cursing symbols are usually random, but I remember a magazine ad use "Oh $#!+". Are fish bones a common feature of such 'obscenicons?' I must confess, I was a bit taken aback to see them there!
Nobody in real life is going to swear in vocalized obscenicons, for two simple reasons: (1) There's no standard order for the symbols (2) Even if there were, speaking them aloud would be awkward and unwieldy.
Some of the names celebrate the Supreme Court Justices who voted for the decision in Miller v. In any case, it seems to me the 's' here doesn't really mark an additional layer of plurality so much as it's merely a required morpheme — the noun phrase has to have plural number in this context.
The fish skeleton may be a nod to fellow cartoonist Bob Weber Jr., who often features one in Slylock Fox.


I'm starting to suspect it might be a common trick among musicians – spelling everything out so as to obfuscate things. I play backgammon a lot, and me and everyone I've ever played with says "double sixes" (I'm in the US). For a phone number, I would (like Erik) be most likely to say "six-six", but if pressed to use one of the forms above, I'd say "double six", not "double sixes". So it seems that the 's' morpheme isn't after all required, but can be included optionally without changing the meaning.
What you say about phone numbers in Mexican Spanish is also true of Russian, to the point where using single digits sounds calquey or childish.
I remember an old Harry Tate comedy record from the 1930s where he gave his phone number as "one one double-one eleven eleven one". It already has a sexual meaning and it sounds like dang, which makes it an all-purpose expletive. It was in the context of the short period of time when Apple allowed sale of Macintosh clones by third parties. It even made its way into one of the Harry Potter books, which generally avoid profanity (and have little to no sexual content). Each player's curse is represented by a single obscenicon…some of which look like chess pieces to me.


I wonder if a principled explanation exists—especially given that we now have more than one example of the same phenomenon—or if it's just an irreducible quirk.
You ruled out #double six (a judgment that intuitively makes sense to me), but I'm curious: would it be possible to say Sixes.
It's a while since I played games using dice very often, but my recollection is that printed game instructions and players' conversation usually referred to throwing "a double six." I'm British, so is this one more, hitherto unexamined, trans-Atlantic divergence, or does even contemporary UK usage differ from that in my distant youth?
Possibly because they are "random" and you wouldn't find them in a dictionary of any sort, and possibly because spelling one out would be a sort of double substitution. Then it changed its mind, so the advertiser in question, a clone maker, was forced to sell all its machines below cost.
I'm starting to think this might be specific to dice, or even specific to backgammon though, based on the google results. I'm not sure why "double six" is 15 times more common in google than "double sixes", but it does seem from looking through the top results that "double six" seems to be very common in dominos (referring to a particular domino tile) where "double sixes" seems to be very common in backgammon (referring to a particular dice roll). In any case, it seems that "double sixes" is definitely attested, though the frequency vs "double six" is unclear (those google results have a lot of red herrings).




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