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musquirt

(noun) : The watery substance that initially drips out of a mustard squeeze bottle previous to actually getting a more viscous mustard consistency.

Chad was upset when the musquirt from the bottle saturated his hot dog bun.

Submitted by: Eddie Baca from Illinois on Nov. 01, 2006 13:54


Linner

(noun) : Lunch and dinner combined into one.

Since the couple wasn't that hungry for lunch and dinner seperately, they ate linner instead.

Submitted by: katelyn getz on Mar. 30, 2008 19:20


yutte (noun) : a north american chinless ape.

the yutte climbed the palm tree. —zachariah heed, mag, july 16 05

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 24, 2006 13:58


religicrit (noun) : one whose actions are in opposition to their proclaimed religious beliefs

Submitted by: Shannon from Ohio on Jan. 24, 2006 11:27


telepathetic

(adjective) : lacking telephonic skills; unable to hold a conversation over the telephone due to awkward tendencies; having a fear revolving around the use of the telephone

I can't make the call; I'm telepathetic

Submitted by: Koishii from Minnesota on Jan. 01, 2007 07:11


melty

(adjective) : The act or operation of melting.

That cheese burritto is melty. —Taco Bell commercial

Submitted by: Jenna Nobel from Florida on Jan. 24, 2006 11:14


Hooyah (noun) : universal noun used to substitute any other noun

Go get me that hooyah.

Submitted by: Pfc. Carlson from Arizona on Jan. 24, 2006 11:04


foodmaniac (noun) : A person who can't stop eating.

I'm a foodmaniac.

Submitted by: Alex from Arkansas on Jan. 24, 2006 10:46


pizzaff (noun) : Half of what used to be a whole pizza.

I ate my pizza and it became a pizzaff. —Bob Smith, random people, none

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 24, 2006 10:45


forke' (noun) : A five pronged eating utinsil much like the commonly used eating utinsil the fork.

"Mom, can I have a forke'" —Bob Smith, random people, none

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 24, 2006 10:41