Would the opposite of malarkey be bonarkey

@balrogboogie hmm, it'd more likely be plain arkey following the folk etymology reanalysis route, but it's likely taken from a greek stem so maybe something like eumalarkey?

@cadxdr 😄this is exactly the kind of response I was looking for

@balrogboogie lol well you know your folk well here then, there's no way I'm not taking the bait on this

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