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To quodmalise

Post by Stardust on Thu 12 May 2011 - 14:26

To quodmalise = to do everything in fours and count by four.

New word: hosketophile
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Post by Feather on Fri 13 May 2011 - 10:43




hosketophile-----

a psychopath--one who sees the whole world as an enemy
and acts on that.

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Post by Stardust on Fri 13 May 2011 - 12:01

A babsalonic painting is a work of art created by a very young child (no older than 3 years) but good enough to be included for exhibition. This word is used to describe it in the catalogue so that the experts can immediately identify it as belonging to this special class of art. Some enthusiasts have paid millions for such works. They are usually hung on doors.

New word, wobinex



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wobinex--

Brand name for a 1920's product
which was used in emergencies to
allow knickers to adhere to the skin
in a gentle fashion when a lady had run
out of elastic. It was easily removed at
bedtime or whenever the need arose!!! schaterlach

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Post by Stardust on Fri 13 May 2011 - 14:57



To tickle a person dodimously is to do so with a pink feather duster.

New word: palumpication



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Post by Feather on Sat 14 May 2011 - 11:47





palumpication---

The name given to the procedure of lancing
the boil of a friend.


hasilarious.



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Post by Stardust on Tue 17 May 2011 - 11:06

defines something which makes people laugh but without their knowing why.

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quentoficile ----- a person who must have the best of everything.
You can see these people in Harrod's or at The Ritz.
They're after the quintessential item every time.


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rapnoricity

Post by Stardust on Tue 17 May 2011 - 13:52

The state young fans get into, stomping, snorting, swooning and jumping about like wild things, at concerts where the famous Scottish rap singer Rappie Burns MacWhatsit2u appears.

New word: Clagumple



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Post by Feather on Tue 17 May 2011 - 20:12





lololol lololol lololol schaterlach schaterlach schaterlach


clagumple------

a mess or disaster in cooking or baking eg
"I've made a complete clagumple of the trifle."

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Post by Stardust on Wed 18 May 2011 - 9:04

Good morning, Feather. KitKat and the others are not inspired by this game apparently.

To drink hot chocolate dencosively is to glug it down voluptuously, greedily and noisily, getting it all round the mouth and dribbling out of the corners. Yuk!

New word: umpakit



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Post by Feather on Wed 18 May 2011 - 9:51

So it would seem, Stardust. I think it's great fun.

umpakit---

A slang word for the very efficacious pack that can be
bought over the counter at most chemists. It is used to
reduce the symptoms of stress, anger etc when a person
gets the hump about an issue to a severe extent.
It contains a tranquiliser, a vial of rum and light obscuring
glasses. Used around the world, highest sales have been
reported in Washington, USA.

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Post by Stardust on Wed 18 May 2011 - 10:43

@Feather wrote:umpakit---
A slang word for the very efficacious pack that can be
bought over the counter at most chemists. It is used to
reduce the symptoms of stress, anger etc when a person
gets the hump about an issue to a severe extent.
It contains a tranquiliser, a vial of rum and light obscuring
glasses. Used around the world, highest sales have been
reported in Washington, USA.
Sounds like I could do with one of those.

percomilate

The new coffee machine installed in George Clooney's bedroom does not percolate, it percomilates. This merely means that as the coffee heats up all the caffeine is extracted, so that he can drink as much coffee as he wants while watching telly in bed without the risk of a sleepless night later.
Contrary to popular opinion, he mostly sleeps alone (off subject, sorry).

New word: ringamuffin (Not to be confused with ragamuffin)



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Post by Feather on Thu 19 May 2011 - 10:27





ringamuffin----

a derogatory term, rife in boxing circles, for an unkempt young boy
in training to be a boxer but who is never likely to succeed.

turimpology



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turimpology

Post by Stardust on Thu 19 May 2011 - 12:33

turimpology is the study of Italian turnips by research laboratories seeking an alternative to petrol.
The French are also carrying out such tests but their turnips are of lesser quality than their Italian counterparts.

New word: punagri



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Post by Feather on Mon 23 May 2011 - 9:51




punagri---
unusual, it means a play on words with farming connotations.

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Post by Stardust on Mon 23 May 2011 - 11:01

calomnic : person who loves to speak ill of everybody else.

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Post by Feather on Wed 25 May 2011 - 11:02


petalunipia---


I take it the 1st letter is a "p"---or is it an "a"?

A collective noun used by horticulturalists
when referring angrily to a species of grub
which eats away at rockery plants at full moon.
"Those pesky petalunipia have demolished my pansies again!!!". toetap

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Post by Stardust on Wed 25 May 2011 - 11:29

Word used by African children to describe the hand-weaning, by zoo or reserve keepers, of orphaned zebra.

splutponk



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Post by Feather on Wed 25 May 2011 - 21:28




splutponk---

Colloquial expression in southern USA for a recepticle
used to hold the saliva spat out when chewing tobacco. :thumb:


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whanigage

Post by Stardust on Thu 26 May 2011 - 8:28

@Feather wrote:splutponk---
Colloquial expression in southern USA for a recepticle
used to hold the saliva spat out when chewing tobacco.

Lady tourist onlookers exclaim: Berk! Yuk!
The regional expletive more popular with the local ladies is: Whanigage!

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Rolagoni---

Plural of "Rolagonus"--a self-propelled robot lawn mower of the
future which has not yet been perfected. It has been in the
experimental stage for over 20 years and has been a thorn in the
side of its inventor who still has to mow the lawn instead of going
to the pub for a pint!!!! Sad Sad

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Post by Stardust on Thu 26 May 2011 - 13:13

Term used in the Malaysian Air Force to describe female members of the gliding club.

exobinate



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Post by Feather on Thu 26 May 2011 - 16:43




exobinate-----

---to remove items from a rubbish bin in order to eat them.

The authorities in The Bronx, New York, have been trying to stop this
practice of obination for many years by attaching locks to the bins, but so far with no
success. Local residents have been awakened from sleep by loud bangings and
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Post by Stardust on Fri 27 May 2011 - 8:59


What's your new word, Feather? albino



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Post by Feather on Fri 27 May 2011 - 9:56





Sorry---old brain cells again.
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