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Bob Saget (interjection) : a word used when frustrated or amazed
Submitted by: Glenn Russo from New Jersey on Apr. 05, 2006 17:18
Bigoty (adjective) : Prone to being bigoted
I don't like that guy, he's all BIGOTY. —Moggie, 5th April 2006
Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 05, 2006 15:33
bignorant (adjective) : A person who is intolerant of others due to a lack of knowledge and understanding. Bignorant is a combination of bigot and ignorant. Bigot: a person obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices. Ignorant: lacking knowledge or comprehension of the thing specified.
I thought this word up when dealing with someone who told me she was tired of Mexicans everywhere she went and wanted them to speak English. Of course she didn't realize I am Hispanic and then she was sooooo apolgetic. I didn't get angry, I just thought she is bignorant.
Submitted by: Sheri Z. Earl from Utah on Apr. 05, 2006 14:42
cha (interjection) : yes, okay—used when agreeing with someone
Cha I will!
Submitted by: Billie from Canada on Apr. 05, 2006 13:37
(adjective) : An expression of satisfaction composed of the word "smooth" and the verbalization "oof." The object often defies definition, resulting in a breakdown of the line between words and non-fluencies.
We're going to Joe's Diner for lunch. It will be smoof. —Eric Smoof, Basketball Court
Submitted by: Coleman Partners from Illinois on Apr. 05, 2006 12:59
exceptionordinarily (adverb) : amazingly
Dee is exceptionordinarily nice. —Lauren Child, book, 2005
Submitted by: Mandy from Connecticut on Apr. 05, 2006 12:00
(noun) : mixed snow and rain
With winds from the Northeast and the temperature hovering at 33 degrees, snain is predicted for today.
Submitted by: Cathy Cordry from Alaska on Jan. 19, 2010 11:25
stroid (adjective) : Not knowing anything about whats going on or what is supposedly going on. Really messed up (mentally, Physically,or emotionally}. Being a person who is in charge but don't know whats going on.
If you think I am going to do that job,then you are stroid. That new guy suppose to know what he's doing , but he's stroid. I talked to John , and he was stroid out of his mind on something.
Submitted by: Marty Morgan from Kentucky on Apr. 05, 2006 03:22
mid-winger (noun) : A moderate, neither politically right-wing nor left-wing.
John was a mid-winger, to the consternation of his staunch Republican brother. —Archie Whitehill, Article I wrote, Submitted 02/06
Submitted by: Archie R. Whitehill from Virginia on Apr. 04, 2006 18:45
nanobrain (noun) : A silly, foolish or not very bright person.
The candidate's proposals on the budget deficit reveal him to be a nanobrain since they entail even more borrowing.
Submitted by: Neil Califano from Nevada on Apr. 04, 2006 18:07