Here is the continuation from last week’s excerpt, demonstrating the use of invented slang. You can read the first part here.
The girl’s mouth dropped open. ‘Ya know, smeared.’ When his blank look persisted, she rolled her eyes. ‘Smeared, wiped, ghasted…’
He shook his head, not getting it.
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Author’s Note: ‘Ghasted’ is not a typographical error. However, as we use ‘ghosted’ to mean killed, I reasoned it was entirely possible a fantasy culture, in which undead ghasts exist, would use ‘ghasted’ in the same fashion we use ‘ghosted’. 

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