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logotional (adjective) : a mixture of emotional and logical; in relation to advertisements

The advertisement was logotional.

Submitted by: Allison Griess from Nebraska on Dec. 10, 2005 13:30

e-nail (verb) : to expose yourself unwittingly, or to be exposed by another, by the forwarding of an e-mail containing personal comments to the person referred to in the message. One e-nails oneself most often by adding cc recipients to a long exchange, forgetting that the person added is referred to earlier in the exchange.

"Max e-nailed me when he cc'ed Sally on my message about her screw-up." —Buff Crone,, 11/27/05

Submitted by: Corinne Cooper from Arizona on Dec. 10, 2005 12:48

hair-don't (noun) : A majorly unstylish hair style; the opposite of a hairdo; what happens if you wear a hat for three or four hours at a time

It'll turn your hairdo into a hair don't.

Submitted by: Bailey from North Carolina on Dec. 10, 2005 12:06


(adjective) : A combination between starving and famished. More than famished.

I told my father that I was absolutely starfished because I hadn't eaten breakfast.

Submitted by: Anonymous on May. 12, 2007 01:29

flasting (verb) : putting a paper, obect whatever last so it will be at the top of a pile or first

I am always flasting my papers to Mrs. N so she will hand mine back first.

Submitted by: melissa from Wisconsin on Dec. 10, 2005 11:43

yummyfulicsous (adjective) : a word describing food so delicous and yummy this is the only word to describe it.

oh my god- that ice cream was so yummyfulicsous I could die.

Submitted by: melissa from Wisconsin on Dec. 10, 2005 11:35

flup (verb) : the action of falling up the stairs.

"Ryeilgh, you always flup up the stairs!!"

Submitted by: melissa from Wisconsin on Dec. 10, 2005 10:52


(noun) : When slush is frozen into ice on the ground.

"I sliped on a bunch of shlicsh on the ground!"

Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 10, 2005 10:44

flukenstance (noun) : a positive, coincidental convergence of a fluke and a happenstance

It was a wonderful flukenstance that an old friend, pulling a horsetrailer, drove by when my horse unexpectedly threw a shoe on a rocky road

Submitted by: Peggy Falk from Missouri on Dec. 10, 2005 10:41

Dry Noodle (verb) : To degydrate or become sick due to dehydration.

Hey buddy, take it easy. I wouldn't want you to dry noodle on me. —Katie Barry, Coughin High School, 12/2/05

Submitted by: Rinehart from Pennsylvania on Dec. 10, 2005 00:44

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