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worserer (adjective) : the worse of the worsts

This math problem was worserer than the last problem. —Ms. McQueen's homeroom, made it up!, 1-23-06

Submitted by: Susan McQueen from California on Jan. 23, 2006 12:10


(verb) : to be asked to volunteer

I voluntold you to do your homework. —Kevin Wilcox, Roy K Rob Mens Correctional Facility, 11/29/2008

Submitted by: Kevin Wilcox from Texas on Nov. 29, 2008 18:52

suspectatorating (verb) : suspéctatoráting: The activity of watching the news and assigning a rank to criminal suspects, dependent upon how disgusting one finds the mug shot.

“I’d give the shoe bomber a “nine,” because he just looks like the type of idiot that would put bombs in his shoes,” is an example of suspectatorating. “Djawanna come over to my place tuhnight and do a little suspectating?” is an invitation a redneck suspectatorater might give a pal, if he only knew the wo...

Submitted by: Rochelle Erickson from Utah on Jan. 23, 2006 11:28

Vuja dey (noun) : The feeling of never having been here before.

She looked around the unfamiliar surroundings, overwhelmed with a sense of vuja dey.

Submitted by: Tony Galyan on Jan. 23, 2006 11:27

Dumaflage (noun) : Any indescript item for which a name or description cannot be readily found.

Unable to remember the exact name of the equipment in question the repairman refered to the unique part as a dumaflage.

Submitted by: Vinsanity from Texas on Jan. 23, 2006 10:03


(verb) : to move closer in time : the opposite of postpone

The meeting was preponed by a day.

Submitted by: Ganesh Venkat from New Jersey on Feb. 13, 2009 10:44

Oherent (adjective) : Obvious in nature and craft, as though by design. Something which leaves little for debate.

The time and effort it would take to do her taxes was an oherent by-product of her need for a return.

Submitted by: Vinsanity from Texas on Jan. 23, 2006 09:36

jerkle (noun) : A word used to describe someone that is a thorn in your side. Stronger than "jerk", but kinder than "@$%&hole". Fun to say when you are mad.

Everyone in the car laughed when Bob lost his cool and called the poor driver in front of him a jerkle!

Submitted by: Bob Anderson from Indiana on Jan. 23, 2006 09:30

catpitulate : Give in to your cat

I catpitulated to Scruffy's demand for the mouse.

Submitted by: Darlene Propp from California on Jan. 23, 2006 08:48

minimalist (adjective) : One who shuns the comforts of a modern lifestyle.

Jerry got rid of all of his televisions. He's turning into a minimalist.

Submitted by: Booskitty from South Carolina on Jan. 23, 2006 08:45