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pifflesniff (noun) : A person who is annoyingly particular about details, esp. those who require unusual cleanliness.
The rest of us wanted to stay at the youth hostel, but James was being such a pifflesniff that we gave up and got a hotel room.
Submitted by: Luna Moth from California on Oct. 18, 2006 12:37
sac up (verb) : 1) To accept current difficulties and persevere. 2) To disregard one's fears and take action. (reference to male genitalia - similar to the abjuration "grow a pair")
1) He was complaining about his commute, but I told him to sac up - at least he had a car. 2) He was afraid to ask the new girl out on a date, but we all told him to sac up and do it.
Submitted by: Luna Moth from California on Oct. 18, 2006 12:30
power guilt (noun) : a feeling of culpability for having electricity when others lack it
I suffered from extreme power guilt when I had heat and light restored to my apartment, while other Buffalonians were left in freezing darkness.
Submitted by: Heather from New York on Oct. 18, 2006 11:16
BUSGAR (other) : LOOKING FOR A GOOD TIME, A MASH-UP BETWEEN TWO SPANISH WORDS BUSCAR AND GOSAR
ITS FRIDAY NIGHT TIME TO GO BUSGAR. —VIRGILIO SALINAS, BAR SCENE
Submitted by: KILO from Texas on Oct. 18, 2006 09:22
cufufled (adjective) : confused and dazed, not believing
I am cufufled because i have not watched T.V. today. —Ramin Kohanteb, none, none
Submitted by: Ramin Kohnateb from California on Oct. 18, 2006 00:24
(adjective) : slang : ridiculous
Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 13, 2012 19:55
foursers (noun) : Children in fourth grade.
They foursers are sweet.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Oct. 17, 2006 18:27
scrumptioso (adjective) : Spanglish for scrumptious; a cross between scrumptious (Eng.) and delicioso (Spanish)
These burritos are scrumptioso!! —Elayne Mordoff, My imagination!
Submitted by: Elayne from Connecticut on Oct. 17, 2006 12:48
(noun) : a vacation including all males
My friend's wife doesn't understand why we get upset when she won't let him go on a mancation every year.
Submitted by: Nicholas Meyer from Kansas on Dec. 08, 2011 10:49
Excellente (adjective) : Extremely good or fantastic.
My english is excellente. —Jay Leno, The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, 28/05/1991
Submitted by: Webinho on Oct. 17, 2006 07:23