My keyboard is freaking out again, so posts and comments may be sparse to nonexistent for a while. I hope this issue gets resolved soon, but while the laptop is working I’m updating this post with some more word-verification fun so that it’s more than just bad news.
brawlyst — n. A practitioner of the pugilistic arts.
coape — n. Your gorilla sweetheart.
Colognet — The first cable channel devoted exclusively to smellin’ good.
dehortic — adj. Of the removal of one’s encouragement.
distra — wd. frgmt. Expression often used by easily confused or inattentive people. ex. “Sorry I couldn’t talk before; I was distra... What’s that?”
Emusal — Do you resemble a large, flightless Australian bird more and more with each passing day? Emusal is guaranteed to not only halt but reverse this and other embarrassing avian transformations!
equit — v. To take a sabbatical from online activity.
HoLac — Infant formula for the working girl.
icind — 1. n. A bitter combination of ice and wind. 2. phrase How French people explain that they’re in Fargo.
laspep — n. Spanglish for “cheerleading squads”.
misthro — n. One way to mark an error in Phonetic Baseball.
Naffula — Dracula’s sister’s son.
Objecto — The great 19th-century magician and defense attorney.
panthyl — n. Part panther, part pterodactyl, all awesome.
pective — adj. Afflicted by nervous spasms of the chest muscles.
pholes — pl. n. Young male horses genetically engineered for cell reception.
pringall — n. The nerve it takes to eat the very last potato crisp in the can.
Pronato — n. 1. A brand of vitamin for expectant mothers. 2. A subatomic particle found in potatoes.
remisc — v. To decide something goes in the catchall category after all.
slypi — n. The number that Rocky Balboa counts out to as many decimal places as possible to cure his insomnia.
suplamp — 1. n. A light fixture used at the dinner table. 2. Casual greeting to that (or any) light fixture.
uncest — n. The realization that, whew, that wasn’t your cousin after all.
xyloge — n. The extremely difficult combination sport of xylophone and luge.
What game is this? And what does one have to do around here to get Blam-Blam! to respond to a comment? Oh, I see, say something of importance. How typical.
Hello, Joan. It's so nice to see you. Your thorassic cavity is looking particularly sepia today.ReplyDelete
And your cranium is looking lovely in shades of gray, as always. Good day.ReplyDelete
How my new superhero, Beastor invites his guests inside.
Suplamp — 1. n. A light fixture used at the dinner table. 2. Casual greeting to that (or any) light fixture.ReplyDelete
When I read the second meaning for this one, I read it in the tone that Andy Samburg uses when he being Mark Wahlberg.
"Sup Lamp? Say Hello to your mother for me."
I asked a friend to help me think of more Blam puns the other day. So, yes, I *am* invited to all the best parties.ReplyDelete
She says: "What's your Blam?"
Friend: "You know, like, 'What's your beef'?"
M: "Sure...but that still makes no sense. The saying would have to be 'What's your ham?' to make any sense."
F: "It should be ham instead of beef.
M: "I'll give you that but, you're not helping."
F: "Where's the Blam?"
Jenn: Me too. Really!ReplyDelete
Joan: I take it that in your world "best" = "the only ones that will have you [hosted by equally strange people]".ReplyDelete
panthyl — n. Part panther, part pterodactyl, all awesome.ReplyDelete
Seems like I always get the best VWs when I'm on blogs where people don't leave definitions. I need to start writing them down
VW: crusio - something with a ship and o's - all right, drawing a blank here.