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December 13, 2012

'Hobbit' affords man rare opportunity to use the word 'troglodyte'

Kurt Letsch of Knoxville announced today that tonight's midnight showing of "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" will give him a rare chance to use the word "troglodyte" in conversation. The 34-year-old fantasy fan is already in line for the film's premiere at the downtown Regal Riviera Stadium 8 movie theater. He anticipates peppering his descriptions of the villainous Gollum with the SAT word. "I am thrilled to finally have this opportunity to use this archaic word for cave-dwelling people in a sentence," said Letsch, who serves as a spokesperson for single, 30-something men who still play Dungeons & Dragons in their mom's basements. "Not since the release of the third edition of the 'Monster Manual' have I been able to successfully pull this off."

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