Kimberly (pallas__athena) wrote in thequestionclub,

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There is a new site for youngsters in Sweden where they are supposed to warn each other about net perverts (I can't spell the right word) now I'm all for protecting the kids from such low-lifes, even if I'm not sure if it will work or if it's just a way to show that we are protecting our children without to much effort.

The service is called "squill" and I read an in interview where on of the people behind it claims it means "scream or hang up" knowing that we love to give new things English names I suppose it's English, but when I google it all I find is flowers. So my question is, is Squill used that way? Or is it just another example of made-up-English?
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