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.