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illiteration \ illÂ·litÂ·erÂ·aÂ·tion \ noun: When all the diseases a hypochondriac thinks they have start with the same letter or sound. elliteration \ eÂ·litÂ·erÂ·aÂ·tion \ noun: When a individual posts the same thing, or something that sounds the same, online … Continue reading
fragrant disregard \ phrase an obvious, conspicuously bad sense of smell “He showed fragrant disregard at the markets, and bought fish that smelt dreadful.” — The English on this menu in China Town reads “Shredded pork in fragrant hot sauce”. … Continue reading
In Germany they have October Fest, a festival celebrating beer drinking. And around the world people have appropriated October for their own festivals. Below is a list of festivals I though you could have for October. Some are real, and … Continue reading
Probe logger \ noun: The alien who’s job it is to record details about mind probes installed in abductees.
procrastinate \Â proÂ·crasÂ·tiÂ·nate \ verb: ( remember to finish this section tomorrow )
Pannedemic \Â panned-em-ic \ noun: When everyone criticises all you do and think, and you are getting sick of it.
nefurious \ nuh-FUR-ee-uhs \ adjective: infamous because of their (unkept) beard or lack of shaving
oats: A cereal that is cooked and eatern for breakfast oates: Cooked oats (also called porridge) oatification: The process where oats are transformed into oates oatomation: Mechanism used to simplify the production of oates
I have seen a number of people write incase when they really mean in case. What’s the difference? Incase refers to being enclosed within. Like “Incase that penguin in ice”. Also spelt encase. Where as in case refers to doing … Continue reading
NASA accelerates the entrance of babies into the astronaut program, because in space no one can hear you scream. (This will make more sense to people who have small children)