ple·o·nasm [plee-uh-naz-uhm] -noun

  1. the use of more words than are necessary to express an idea; redundancy.
  2. an instance of this, such as free gift or true fact.
  3. a redundant word or expression.

ple·o·nast [plee-uh-nast] -noun

  1. one who is addicted to pleonasm.

pleonast was born in march 2002 as a maze-like gallery of rooms, filled with with images and words. in january 2003, the first blog post was made, and soon after followed a positively pleonastic deluge of users and entries that has continued unabated until today.

pleonast is now a community where you can write about your life (or about nothing at all) and share your experiences with others. gold users are the pillars of the community and help support pleonast both financially and by administering groups.

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