Bought a Sink Water Faucet Tip Swivel Nozzle Adapter Kitchen Aerator Tap Chrome Connector to replace our old Sink Water Faucet Tip Swivel Nozzle Adapter Kitchen Aerator Tap Chrome Connector which no longer sinkwaterfaucettipswivelnozzleadapterkitchenaeratortapchromeconnected, to verb a compound noun. No, it had sinkwaterfaucettipswivelnozzleadapterkitchenaeratortapchromedisconnected, to coin the verbed noun’s antonym, and remained sinkwaterfaucettipswivelnozzleadapterkitchenaeratortapchromeunconnected, to adjectivize the antonym into the state of being sinkwaterfaucettipswivelnozzleadapterkitchenaeratortapchromedisconnected. So if we’d lost WW2 and we’re all speaking German right now then sinkwaterfaucettipswivelnozzleadapterkitchenaeratortapchromeconnected would be one word. If we’d lost WW2 and we’re all speaking Inuit (Greenlandic) right now that first sentence up there could all be one word, though it’s a bit difficult to come up with a scenario where Greenland won WW2.
Somebody has to think about this stuff. It might as well be me, I’m retired.