spam, spamt, spamt (tr. v.)

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I’ve just single-handedly decided that "to spam" should be an irregular verb.
08/09/02 update: Rick asks "Shouldn’t it be spam, spum, spamt?" No, spum is too cute, while spamt sounds like spit. They spamt me, I have been spamt. More seriously, by definition can there be any rule about the formation and structure of irregular verbs?

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