Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Mid-week mahim!

I'd rather not say what this might mean!


  1. ednott [verb]
    To undo something that was done in the past.

    I tried painting my room fuschia, but it gave me a headache and I had to ednott and paint over it.

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  3. ednott [noun]
    A person who is un-educated.

    Ok so he does not know the meaning of 'mamat'. Dont pick on him so, Mike, for he is an ednott.

    PS: mamat was my word verification.

  4. ednott (noun)

    A bread braiding technique

    To impress her guests she decided to ednott the rolls into the shape of Snoopy and Woodstock.

  5. 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.

    (menomyin, as you will have guessed was my word verification - too good not to use)