The Logical Lexicon of Useless English by William Wood and Tony Gleeson

Writer William Wood and illustrator Tony Gleeson collaborate on a whimsical and witty book of word-play, in which obscure but legitimate words are assigned meanings demanded by common sense - and nonsense. Examples: "Chrominance" - what makes one car worth more than another. "Chromite" - a compact car. "Chromomere" - a low-priced car. "Chromosome" - a medium-priced car. "Chryselephantine" - the Imperial. "Gigahertz" - to go to work in a rented car. Probably the beginning of a new word fad.

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