From a stinky and crude inception, the word fizzle's history is nothing to poo poo at. Jessica Oreck and Rachael Teel track the road from flatulence to its modern meaning of a failure or weak ending.
Lesson by Jessica Oreck and Rachael Teel, animation by Jessica Oreck.
Tagged under: TED-Ed TEDEducation Fizzle \Jessica Oreck\,\Rachael,Teel\,\fizzle,etymology\,lingusistics\,linguistics
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