At the end of mess, the mess left the mess, leaving a mess.
As it's a verb, too, are the people who put out the mess the messers, and those served the messees?
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I saw this in an Economist article. A new one to me, but I understood it right off the bat. We crunch numbers and data, so they must be crunchy or crunchable. I like this one and hope I get a chance to use it someday.