Saturday, January 24, 2009

I Almost Forgot!

It was hard to pick but I liked this one...
Zebuess said...

Rowsive- (n.) the deeply thoughtful state of mind originating from rhythmic, repetitive motions (originally rowing specifically--originates from the Vikings), often peaceful
(adj.) the state of being rowsive, sometimes can indicate a calm or content outward appearance

Somehow rowsiveness and Vikings don't seem quite right but I have this mental picture of a fearsome Norseman pondering life's deep questions as he monotonously rows across the North Sea on his way to plunder Irish monasteries.

A Whole Weeks Worth!

Unfortunately I need to travel to Europe to attend my Grandad's funeral and I'm not so sure how much internet access I'll have. So I'll give you guys a selection to get you through the week and I'll be back next weekend. Have FUN!!!

Wednesday, January 21, 2009


I'd like to wish all the new followers of this blog a warm welcome. I hope you have fun! I do!

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Are YOU talkin' to ME?

Let's not fight over the right meaning for this one!

PETA, eat your heart out...I mean you eyes out!

beckiwithani said...

xjdqs [pl. noun SHID-əks]
Eyeball-removal tools used by the nearly-extinct Xjxjq tribe of Outer Mongolia, in the sacred rabbit-sacrifice ritual of Xjqu.

"This is actually similar to the Western ritual of bouquet-throwing," noted the anthropologist as he watched all of the young Xjxjq women waiting, xjdqs in hand, in hopes that they would catch the snow-white rabbit and win the right to remove and eat its eyes.

And I thought our mating rituals were weird!!

Sunday, January 18, 2009

What the..?

They've been too easy about a vowelless wonder..insert evil laughter here...! Extra points for creativity in pronunciation!

Smashingly Splendiferous!

catsmum said... sesses [n. sesses ] sometimes mistakingly mispronounced as access.

This is a special opening in a wall or fence so snakes can slitheringly sneak silently sideways seeking sleeping small squirrels to savor for supper.

" I blocked up the snake sesses. That should stuff them up." said Cecil.

Ha Ha Ha! Super Sibilance!

Saturday, January 17, 2009

An Excess of Esses!

Letssss ssssssee ssssssssome resssssssults!

Don't you just hate that?

Hedgie said...

sofactic (adj., so FAK tik) -- A response to a question that is heavily laden with unnecessary factual information.

Ex.: When I asked Matilda if she liked lasagna, she responded with a sofactic answer that included a virtually complete history of her encounters and relationship with Italian cuisine. A simple "No" would have sufficed.

I love it!

Allywhy or Allywhine?

Scriptor Senex said...

Allywhi (n) A colloquial term for a three year old child.
Allywhi (v) A colloquial term for constantly asking nagging questions.

"I am so glad you are home. I've been driven up the wall today. Ginny has done nothing but allywhi all day long."

You have a way with words Scriptor!

Friday, January 16, 2009

Pedant. Pedant. Pedantpedantpedantpedant, Pedant!

What in fact is the only right definition for this?

Thursday, January 15, 2009

No more Bridges to Nowhere?

It's all Congress can afford these days...less pork barrel, more like pork pint!

Cheers to You!

BlueEyedWonder said...

Toxies(n., pl., Toxy)

A Toxy is a known intoxicated person after imbibing in several drinks.

"Omg! Did you see that group of toxies walking down the street"?

I can see this one catching on!

Smells Like A Winner to Me!

catsmum said...

Boundo [ proper noun B.O- un- doo]
Is an exciting new medicated body wash recently launched onto the market that is guaranteed to eradicate even the harshest body odor.

'If they hold their noses and say phew it is time to use B.O undo.

Nice one! Honesty in advertising!

Monday, January 12, 2009

Cozy Toesies!

This will warm you up on a cold winter's night!

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Jump to it!

This one might tie you up for a while.

If ever a word was needed...

Scriptor Senex said...

kiniver (n) Collective name for people you call Aunty and Uncle but to whom you are not actually related.

I can't think of a better word for something which really needed one!

Saturday, January 3, 2009

Mrs. Minivers Husband?

Go to it. I already got the ball rolling.

Start the New Year off right!

I have to give this one to my wife!

beckiwithani said...

chinsfor [noun]
From the words "chin" and "pinafore," a specialized bib that connects to the chin. Particularly used by those with beards.

The elves didn't know what to get the man who has everything, until they saw a chinsfor on the Internet and knew it was the perfect end-of-the-Season gift.

See, now I'm in the good books starting out!