Lindsay Lohan recently went crazy on her Twitter page. She was sending out tweets to Samantha Ronson that were obviously referring to an argument the two had. I took a little look at the tweets to see what all the fuss was about, and one of them read as follows:
"For their not only COMPLETE, BUT SUBSTANISAN ***FRIENDS***********."
I won't mention her misuse of "their" vs. "they're," because the sentence doesn't make any sense anyway, so for all I know she used it correctly in her own language. However, I consider myself quite the wordsmith, and I can't begin to figure out what "substanisan" is. I think she might have meant to say "substantial," but I could be mistaken. In case she reads this, I'd like to use "substantial" in a sentence so that perhaps Lindsay will use it correctly in the future: "Last night I did a substantial amount of cocaine, went on Twitter, and embarrassed myself."