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(adjective) : Combination of pretty and beautiful; girlishly pretty

Kim's outfit was prettiful, full of lace and bows.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 06, 2008 12:32

super-scorch (verb) : The highest tumble dry setting on a clothing dryer.

Throw in the jeans, and set it to super-scortch.

Submitted by: Walt Shock from California on Jan. 04, 2006 23:59

Pogeybates (poe-gee-bates) (noun) : Umbrella term for various kinds of junkfood.

I had the munchies last night, so I went to the corner store and bought some pogeybates.

Submitted by: Kara P. from Oregon on Jan. 04, 2006 22:55

caramel (noun) : a word used to describe the illegal drug marijuana, normally used over a public phone to avoid suspicion.

HYDE: "Man, I can't believe they're gonna waste all their money on a stupid disco when they could buy a really big bag..." HE pauses before continuing. HYDE, continuing: "Of caramels!" —That '70s Show, Season 1, Episode 7 - That Disco Episode, November 8, 1998

Submitted by: nathan weaver from Colorado on Jan. 04, 2006 22:52

Splutch (verb) : To utterly destroy something, generally culminating in a rather large mess.

Dude! I was playing Halo with Rick last night and he totally splutched me, like, five times!

Submitted by: Kara P. from Oregon on Jan. 04, 2006 22:51

straight-acting (adjective) : A natural appearance, manner and demeanour that is not stereotypically perceived to be suggestive of gay sexuality.

A few guys in the bar were effeminate, but the majority were straight-acting.

Submitted by: Dave from Canada on Jan. 04, 2006 19:01


(noun) : huge or very big

you have a ginormous head

Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 19, 2009 22:55

fass (verb) : fat ass

you are such a fass —asd, sad, asd

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 04, 2006 18:43


(verb) : am not

Are you a genius? No, I amn't

Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 08, 2007 09:38

hejab (noun) : a Moslem woman's head cover

All Saudi women use the hejab. —Islam, Islam culture, 600G

Submitted by: ASEERI from Texas on Jan. 04, 2006 18:13

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