Crumple zone, cripple, cretin, crouton, crampon, tampon

These words, some credited to that famous current affairs television broadcast "Have I got news for you", but most of the rest to Gopsians, form part of the great heritage of England's linguistic rhubarb. Each has a very special significance and importance. For instance, a "crouton" is a small bit of toasted bread type stuff that can be put in soup or otherwise consumed. None of the terms actually have a special significance or importance in the Gopsi frame of reference, however.