dis·com·bob·u·lated – dis-kəm-ˈbä-b(y)ə-ˌlāt-id adjective 1: Utterly confused, disoriented, topsy-turvy, flummoxed, befuddled. Examples: Every day this week, I’ve woken up and thought it was already Thursday; I’m so discombobulated! The GPS directions to the restaurant had me so discombobulated, I had to pull over to consult a REAL map to find out where I was going. *This one is not an original, but a… Read More
mantuation – manCHo͞oˈāSHən noun 1: The set of circumstances in which one finds oneself with in relation to a man; the state of affairs in regards to one’s lovelife. 2:The location and surroundings of a place where one assumes one might meet a man (if that is what one is after.) Examples: So Molly, what’s your mantuation? I heard you were… Read More
exaspergray – ex-as-per-gray adjective 1: to accelerate the graying of hair follicles 2: to cause irritation or annoyance to which results in the graying of hair follicles Examples: Teenagers can be so exaspergraying; I never had to get my hair colored as often as I did when I was teaching! Happy Wednesday!
teenagery – teen-age-er-ee adjective 1: having the disposition of a teenager 2: marked by or resulting from having the mindset of a teenager, including but not limited to thoughts of invincibility, selfishness and boredom. Also marked by the innate ability to do something illegal in front of a police officer. Examples: He may be in his 30s, but he sure… Read More
demoronizer – de-mor-on-iz-er noun 1: a person who liberates another person from their foolish thoughts or behaviors. demoronize – de-mor-on-ize verb 1: to liberate another person from their foolish thoughts or behaviors Examples: My sister demoronized those parents who were letting their small children run around the crowded parking lot without paying attention to cars. She might have saved their lives! Happy… Read More