Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Not one, not two, but three cheers for 2009!

And not soon enough!
Have a Great New Year!

Lets all look forward to the new year and not be...

Little Miss Scatterbrain said...

Drism- A person who is constantly dreary and brings everyone else down with them

"Oh Robert, you're such a Drism"

Monday, December 29, 2008

It's Almost Last Year!

Sorry for the break but what with the holidays and all. I hope everyone had a great Christmas or whichever winter holiday you celebrate. Here's one to try to send 2008 out on the right note.

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Happy Holiday!

Happy Holiday Everybody! Thanks for following my blog and most importantly for having fun with it!

Monday, December 22, 2008

Skip to the Loo my Darling!

Nice one Scriptor Senex..

Scriptor Senex said...

Lating (v) Consuming large amounts of milky coffee at the end of the evening.

With all that lating you'll be up and down to the loo all night and quite unable to sleep!

And one more for you all to try...just for good mesure.

Have FUN!

Merry Monday!

Take a break from Christmas preparations!

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Time for bed the hour is.... eyes are closing and my bed is waiting.

Friday, December 19, 2008

Oh I do want to be beside the seaside!

I almost forgot this as one of my recent favorites! So obvious..

Hedgie said...

nomer -- Anglo-French phrase meaning "We are not going to the seaside for our vacation this year."

A for Effort..shouldn't that be E for Effort?

I loved this for its pure story..maybe we should limit you to one minute, Beth?

C. Beth said...

guling [GOO-ling, verb]

Talking smack about fellow reality TV contestants, in an interview with a producer.

This season's America's Next Top Model contestants are particularly adept at guling. "I don't even know how these other girls got chosen," Mandy whined to the camera in last week's episode. "Regina says she's a size 2, but have you seen her thighs? Disgusting. I'm convinced her jeans are really size 4. And Matilda is so flat-chested I seriously thought she had learned to turn her head all the way around, but then I realized I was looking at the front of her, not the back! I bet the next Tyra Mail will announce that everyone except me is going home, stat."

Very creative but I think you are watching too much reality TV!

Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow!

One more for a snowy Friday!

The fire is so delightful!

What does it signify?

Oh the weather outside is frightful!

Why go out in the snow when you could be pondering this one?

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

I tip my hat to....

Blogger C. Beth said...

capityp (CAP-i-tip, noun)
Advice given on how to be a success in the U.S. capitalistic economy.

"Today's capityp is this: Tell yourself every morning that poor people are all lazy. It makes it easier to take advantage of them."

Very topical although its nice to see rich people get taken advantage of too once in a while. See how Madoff made out listening to this kind of advice!

Stick to it..or not!

I've come unglued on this one!

You can't 'mis' this one!

I think this is very appropriate...what could it mean?

Monday, December 15, 2008

Tell me Y I don't like Mondays? Tell me Y?

Lets start the week off on the right foot!

Reecent Favrits!

They are getting better all the time!

Blogger Hedgie said...

tenesse (te - NESS, noun) -- Alternate form of tennis for the terminally couch-potatofied; it's played with no net, lightweight rackets with heads 3 feet across and a styrofoam ball with the opponents sprawled in facing recliners 4 feet apart. The first player having to get up to retrieve a ball that he has missed or misdirected beyond the field of play loses.

Charmaine said...

Tenesse (tee' Nesee)colloq.

An expression used by cattle ranchers, however only in the state of South Dakota, as an alternative to "Woa Nellie".

Jumping on the calf and quickly tying the frightened animals legs with rope, the Cowboy exclaimed, "Tenesse, settle down now little feller I'm not gonna hurt ya".

You Guys are setting the standard very high!

Saturday, December 13, 2008

Sam's Submittal

Sam shared this one for your perusal!

Anyone for tenesse?

Hit this one around for a while to come up with the right definition!

Son of a Beach!

I'm not sure I'd like to run into one of these on the beach!

said...whemb (noun) -- The immature offspring of a whale and a sheep; generally found confusedly wandering about beachy areas trying to decide which way to go, inland or out to sea.

Ex.: Watch out or that whemb will spout and/or shed on you.

I like it!

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Two for Twoday!

Sorry I missed yesterday..busy at work, getting home late, lazy!

Here are two new ones to make up for it!

Have Fun!

Beating Bruce's Butt!

My fave of the day!

Blogger Charmaine said...

Confunli (noun) Cah fun lee

Chinese actor widely known to have kicked Bruce Lee's butt on any number of occasions however sadly, these events were never filmed. Died in 1947 in complete obscurity despite being a vastly superior Kung Fu fighter.

Bambi look over there, seated at the bar, is that Bruce Lee?

No, silly, everyone knows Bruce Lee doesn't drink, that's Confunli.

Maybe we should call him a cab. He doesn't look so good.

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

A snack for Chewsday!

I hope you have con-FUN-li with this on!

Nepotism is Neet!

I can't help but give this one to my wife. I thought it was creative, believable and poetic all in one.

beckiwithani said...Echobos [proper noun eh-KO-bose] The Ancient Greek god of caves and canyons

In the myth of Echobos, a young girl falls in love with the voice she hears whenever she calls into a cave. For her devotion to the source of the voice, who she never sees, she is made into a stream that will flow through the cave for all of eternity.

One of my all time favorites...and I'm not just saying that!

Monday, December 8, 2008

Mondays Wild Child!

Go crazy with this one!

I Don't like Mondays...

...But this one cheered me up!

Charmaine said...

Chafolk (verb)

To complain unnecessarily.

Darling, I realize you've had a bad day but stop chafolking already.

Doesn't it just sound right?

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Sunday Morning Snooses

I couldn't resist this one..lots of potential!

Saturday, December 6, 2008

Thanks to Christy

Christy sent this one in. I think it's worthy of a definition!

Fridays First!

This is a very special one from our youngest (so far) follower, 7 years old!

Well done and I'm glad you had fun with it!

unphiess \UN fee ess\
an unfair person who gets all the rewards when they don't deserve it

Whenever Martha and Charlotte played checkers, Martha was an unphiess who would cheat by making her pieces kinged when Charlotte wasn't looking.

Special mention goes to,

beckiwithani said...

cruffs [plural noun]
The ruffled ends of shirt sleeves, mostly found on 1970s tuxedo shirts.

"Oh man," said Becki as she looked through the old photo album, "I can't believe my Dad's wedding tux had those awful cruffs on the baby-blue shirt!"

A Big Welcome to...

Laura Jayne, C. L. DeMedeiros and Gautham Ramchandran

Lets start the weekend with this...what else would you all be doing on a Saturday morning at 6:30am?

Friday, December 5, 2008

Only because it's the Weekend!

My Father-in-Law contributed this one. It has lots of potential.

Uh, where there is a need, like fill it!

.....ahm, isn't this just the perfect word for all those uhms and ahs?

C. Beth said...

prefa [PREE-fuh, noun]
Meaningless "filler words" used before a sentence or phrase.

Uh, I guess I shouldn't have started this sentence with a prefa.

I can't think of a better word.

What do you call the like, filler words, like in the middle of a sentence... 'midlikes'?

Some people are in a constant 'midlike' crisis.

Man, it's Friday Man!

Cruse on into the weekend with this one!

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Most recent winners!

It's so hard to choose but these two hit the mark!

Scriptor Senex said...ednott (verb transistive) to tie up in knots; to mangle; to create chaos from something orderly.

He ednotted his sentence so badly it ended up totally menomyin.


Marin said...

sticsana [noun, pronounced STICKS-ah-nuh]

The mysterious combination of dust, hair and yuck that adheres to articles of clothing that have been left under a teenager's bed for an extended period of time.

"Mom - I found my pink sweater under my bed but it is covered in sticsana! What takes out sticsana?"

Thursday Night Buk Cloob!

Read it and Keep it creative!

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Mid-week mahim!

I'd rather not say what this might mean!

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Flying Guy!

From Beth, so simple but making complete sense...

[GITE, noun]

A kite designed to be flown by a guy.

"Dude, seriously, stop showing me Hello Kitty and Disney Princess kites. For the last time, I want a guite!"

I wonder if they come with jet engines and laser weaponry?

Tuesdays with Moree Word Fun!

Stic with it and find the hidden meanings of this VW!

Monday, December 1, 2008

Bloo Monday's Bloo Plate Special!

Got the blues after the long weekend? Cheer up with a creative definishun of....

You Hit this Nale on the Head!

I loved this one from Charmaine and it deserves special mention..

Terborm (verb): To deliberately avoid eye contact with a middle aged woman, commonly initiated by middle aged men, with the sole intent of suggesting the subject of avoidence is 20 years too old.
Listen up old man, stop turborming me.

It sometimes happens the other way round too!