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(verb) : to use Facebook

Submitted by: Josh Rudolph from Pennsylvania on May. 20, 2013 19:58

Diaphine (noun) : A pre-diagramed self generated particle that resides inside synaptic buttons held inside the Syncdiasum located in frontal lobe of the human brain; intermixes with existing neurotransmitters to generate extraordinary cognitions and physical reflex at specific points in time.

Submitted by: Kenneth Roberts from California on Dec. 11, 2005 23:08

Syncdiasum (noun) : A cluster of unique neurons containing a pre-programmed coding resident in the mind since birth which possess specific synaptic connections configured in a microscopic pod located inside the frontal lobe of the human brain.

Submitted by: Kenneth Roberts from California on Dec. 11, 2005 23:07

Susyncdious Process (noun) : Defined process by which individuals become Perpejulant; describes the manner by which transmissions flow across an innate frequency into the human auditory cortex, temporal lobe, and frontal lobe neuron synaptic activity; demonstrates activation of pre-programmed coding resident in mind since birth.

Submitted by: Kenneth Roberts from California on Dec. 11, 2005 23:04

crappens (other) : Contraction of "crap happens"

What else can I say? Crappens. —C. J. Lash, December 11, 2005

Submitted by: C. J. Lash from California on Dec. 11, 2005 22:35


(noun) : huge or very big

you have a ginormous head

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

cracktastic (adjective) : 1. Extremely addictive (usually of a recreational activity such as a video game, TV show or website). 2. Of a work of fiction: Enjoyable because creatively bizarre, unpredictable or otherwise "on crack" (i.e. insane, nonsensical).

It's the Mirror Universe from Star Trek. Only with M*A*S*H. And BJ is the colonel and he has a Mirror-Spockian goatee and the corresponding scary-badass manner. [...] And it's THE MOST CRACKTASTIC THING EVAR, but... it works, in this supremely creepy sick-and-wrong immensely compelling way. —Ellen Fremedon, Dec. 12, 2004

Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 11, 2005 21:16

undie, undied (verb) : To be brought back to life after previously being dead.

Bob undied. —Stephen Pastis, Pearls before Swine, September Twelfth,2002

Submitted by: Abbey from Missouri on Dec. 11, 2005 20:51

gutter soup (noun) : Dirty gray slush that pools up at the curb that looks like pavement until you step in it and discover it's several inches deep.

My socks are soaked - I stepped in some gutter soup.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 11, 2005 20:15


(adjective) : astounded or astonished

Submitted by: zachary cray from New Hampshire on Apr. 04, 2012 11:38

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