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!