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(noun) : square feet

How many squeet of carpet do we need?

Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 19, 2007 20:44


(other) : did you eat

Jeet yet?

Submitted by: Lynn from Pennsylvania on Oct. 15, 2008 18:51

scupper (noun) : a fussy baby. can be used as a verb "scup" or "scupperize" pertaining to baby or child, meaning to fuss (scup) or to mess with/destroy (scupperize.

I'm mommy's little scupper. Stop that scuppin'. Look! he's scupperizing that toy truck!

Submitted by: kristin ei from Pennsylvania on Jan. 11, 2006 02:54

regifting (noun) : The practice of giving an unwanted gift as a gift to another

Joe practiced regifting by passing on the candle holder he received for Christmas to Annette for her going away gift.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 10, 2006 23:53

increasement (noun) : Impressions left in the skin by clothing or pillow cases. Most often found on the face of one who has been sleeping

I could tell he had been sleeping because of the increasements in his face

Submitted by: JuJuBee from North Dakota on Jan. 10, 2006 23:30

flee-ancee/ flee-ance (noun) : (a)A bride-to-be who escapes just before the wedding, also known as a run-away-bride.(b)A person with the name Jennifer Wilbanks

His flee-ancee left him standing at the alter —julie, NY Post, May 2005

Submitted by: JuJuBee from North Dakota on Jan. 10, 2006 23:21

Songoda (noun) : The nearest things around you.

Give me the songoda, I need it for a recipe.

Submitted by: Bryan from Florida on Jan. 10, 2006 23:11

Redecon : To do decon over and over.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 10, 2006 22:58


(adjective) : great feats regarding the Internet are now considered honor of Internet Pioneer Cindy Margolis

Submitted by: neil cirucci from New Jersey on Jan. 10, 2006 20:34

rekinkilization (adjective) : Bending something after it was just straightened.

"You choose to disobey me and bend it anyways. That's a bad case of rekinkilization. —MDS,

Submitted by: Michael D. Smith from Michigan on Jan. 10, 2006 19:50

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