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(noun) : Teeths
Show Me your Grillz
Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 13, 2006 21:00
Tonnephobia (noun) : A phsychological condition categorized by an adverse fear of tunnels. Etymology— 1. (Tunnel): Middle English tonel tube-shaped net, from Middle French, tun, from Old French, from tonne tun, from Medieval Latin tunna. 2. (-phobia): New Latin, from Late Latin, from Greek, from -phobos fearing, from phobos fear, flight, from phebesthai t...
Submitted by: Zhou from Virginia on Jan. 12, 2006 23:25
Smish (noun) : Smashed fish
When asked about her favorite food, my daughter replied "Smish sticks".
Submitted by: Jim Little on Jan. 12, 2006 23:09
spendy (adjective) : expensive
I'd like to get that new iPod, but it is pretty spendy.
Submitted by: MHJ on Jan. 12, 2006 22:00
swinicator (noun) : Person that hogs more than their fair share of something.
When it comes to dwindling natural resources, Americans are some of the worst swinicators on the planet.
Submitted by: Uncle Jer from Arizona on Jan. 12, 2006 21:14
bargainous (adjective) : purchasable below the real value, affordable, good value for money (a bargain)
The drinks at this place are bargainous.
Submitted by: Mark P from Australia on Jan. 12, 2006 19:42
Twurgle (verb) : To tangle something. Verb, or could be used as adjective. eg: to twurgle or twurgled string.
"I twurgled my laces so badly that it took me ages to get dressed." or "I got my shoelaces so badly twurgled that it took me ages to get dressed."
Submitted by: Boobook from Australia on Jan. 12, 2006 18:57
(adjective) : Describing something that is a consuequence of an action.
As a result of talking in class, the student was required to write consequencatory sentences, stating three-hundred times, "I will not talk out of turn in class." —No,
Submitted by: Jarrod from New Hampshire on Jan. 12, 2006 16:55
wumbo : the opposite of mini, very large
You have it set for M for mini when it should be set to W for wumbo!
Submitted by: Kyle Subbe on Jan. 12, 2006 16:52
Italican : An italian who moved or immigrated to american
My friend anthony is Italican
Submitted by: Kyle Subbe on Jan. 12, 2006 16:45