- It’s just a storeroom where we keep the… snibbits.
- What’s a snibbit?
- It’s a kind of plange.
- Oh, a plange for the computers?
- Yes, computer plange.
I’m sorry. I had to put this topic in another place…
I really have no idea. It sounds like some sort of gibberish that the speaker uses for comedic value. I would not worry about it if I were you.
thanks! I also think that these words are rubbish.
Hmm… my guess is that a snibbit is a widget and a plange is a new self-sealing stem bolt
^Urban dictionary has a creative way of turning seeming innocent words and phrases into something else.
The passage is a bunch of dialogue from a television show called The IT Crowd. In the scene, one character is trying to stop another character from looking behind a door, so he tells her there’s no reason to go in because it’s just where they keep the snibbits.
When she asks what snibbits are, he says they’re a type of plange.
Both words are made up, and only exist for the sake of comedy.