Each of the 3 advertisements/tweets below contains an instance of what we referr

Each of the 3 advertisements/tweets below contains an instance of what we referred to in lecture as “creative” morphology.
Pick 2 out of the 3, and examine them in the way we did with the examples in lecture. What is the morphologically “creative” word in each of the two cases you’re looking at, and why? That is, what makes it “creative” rather than just a “regular” word? (Hint: Try to think about “regular” root words made with morpheme in question, and then think how the root word in the examples are different from those words–e.g., part of speech: noun, verb, etc.) Be sure to include what the overall meaning is for each of your cases as well; that is, what is the morphologically “creative” term being used to mean, and what sense does it contribute to the overall message being conveyed in the ad/tweet? Finally, what do these examples show with regard to the conception of language as solely a system of “constraints” and “rules” that speakers are forced to follow?
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