I wonder if it is possible to use a noun as a verb in a casual conversation. This is very common in my native language and when I was doing my research I found a text about it. I sounded like a neologism to me. Would it be weird to use it in a casual conversation? I have seen people use people's names as verbs too, as in "You Britta'd it."
I'm positive I have seen in some TV series someone say something like "You can thing the thing." or "that thingy thing"
The meaning we use in my language is when we do not know or forgot a word, we use thing instead, e.g. Bring me that thing (points to thing). "I forgot to thing the cushion."
Would it be weird to say "my camera is thinged"? Maybe spelled "thing'd"?
This is the full text I found where thing was used as a verb:
This is an excerpt from the text using thing as a verb:
"One of the greatest human skills is the ability to thing. We are thinging beings. We thing all the time. We started by thinging the natural world. We saw a tall plant and we defined that kind of a plant as a 'tree.' We thinged it."