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Floogle (noun) : A little mistake, a small mishap in your day.

I tripped over my own foot this morning; oh well, just a floogle.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 12, 2006 18:22

Bo-shiznit (adjective) : A person of an idiotic or insensitive manner

You're such a bo-shiznit! —Fiona Norbury,

Submitted by: Stacey Hardstaff from United Kingdom on Mar. 12, 2006 15:19

emailian (noun) : Word or words used predominantly within email communications

The high-school teacher said that we could write our paper using "emailian" language if we prefer.

Submitted by: Flo Robbins Paterni from Michigan on Mar. 12, 2006 12:53


(adverb) : in a rapid, exaggerated, or drastic way

Her hemoglobin has decreased dramastically. —Amy Carter-Carla Boehmann,

Submitted by: cbohemian from Kentucky on Mar. 14, 2008 10:04

tortureful (adjective) : full of torture

The long-lasting pain was tortureful. —Vincent Harlow,

Submitted by: vinny from California on Mar. 12, 2006 02:58

nyah (interjection) : used when one is angry and/or to add to a conversation

He went and ate my vanilla wafer. Nyah!

Submitted by: Maemal on Mar. 11, 2006 21:50


(interjection) : For Real. "Izzled" in a manner consistent with Snoop Dogg.

That chiba was dank! Furizzle!

Submitted by: Andrew Baum from Wisconsin on Mar. 22, 2006 13:19


(noun) : People lacking common sense when in the mountains, city folk who come to the mountains acting stupid and/or imperious. People with a certian attitude and manner, unbefitting of the mountains, whether they be from the mountains or the city.

The flatlanders are out in packs today on the mountain.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 12, 2008 01:09

emoticous (adjective) : to be emo; to think like emo

My friend was being emoticous and cut his wrists.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 11, 2006 21:19


(noun) : essential simplicity and directness

The basicality of the sentence made it easy to understand. —Morgan Laboure,

Submitted by: Morgan from Nebraska on Jul. 06, 2008 22:42