Sir Havelock Warlock Morelock Forelock
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Sir H.W.M. Forelock is shoeless, and has been for the last several decades and more (ever since he first theorized a biochemophysioelectrical transference advantageous to spontaneous mental achievement running between the dermis of the foot and the most common compositions of planetary topsoil). He has also always attired himself in loosely-knit flower-power bellbottoms, ever since he first theorized that Timothy Leary had some really good s*** on him.

Sir H.W.M. Forelock is Sir Havelock Warlock Morelock Forelock, though he is known simply as Sir F (or even more simply, and crudely, as F!) by the Berkeley students he terrifies each school year. None of them are ever quite sure of the likely uses of those weird utensils protruding from Sir F’s smock pockets.

Sir F is the world’s preeminent transexistentiendariomentaphysiognalist. As such, he has advanced theories citing the importance of human individuality and freedom in the formation of environmental theses of gender-neutral societal imperatives, as expressed through the structure of the face, when examined under reverse-polarity electrical fields in the presence of a Bose condensate (I think). 

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CMCastro 6 years ago from Baltimore,MD USA

And I thought supercalifragilisticexpialidocious was the LONGEST word!( I'm referring to what you say is the world's preeminent.....you know what I mean!)

Anyway- charming man Sir F is! :)

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rickzimmerman 6 years ago from Northeast Ohio Author

In grade school I was taught the longest valid word in common usage was 'antidisestablishmentarianism' (though I know there are many drug compound names that are much longer, and there's that Welsh village . . . )

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