Wednesday Word of the Day – Momster

mom·ster  —  \ˈmäm-stər\  noun 1:  A Mom of abnormally voluminous attitude, or a Mom who normally deviates from acceptable “mom” behavior. 2:  A Mom who threatens. 3:  A terrifying Mom. 4:  A highly successful Mom. Examples: Those mommy cliques at the park are full of Momsters who think their toddlers poop doesn’t stink. I try not… Continue reading Wednesday Word of the Day – Momster

Wednesday Word of the Day – Sentimentalness

sen·ti·men·tal·ness – sen-tuh-men-tl-ness  noun 1:  the state or condition of being sentimental (marked by feeling or emotional idealism) specifically not to excess, but to precisely the right amount to make a woman (or man…do they?) swoon. 2:  the state or condition of being “mental” because one has been marked by too many incongruous feelings or an exaggerated… Continue reading Wednesday Word of the Day – Sentimentalness

Wednesday Word of the Day – Mantuation

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… Continue reading Wednesday Word of the Day – Mantuation

Wednesday Word of the Day – Demoronizer

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… Continue reading Wednesday Word of the Day – Demoronizer

Wednesday Word of the Day – Blahliday

blahliday – blah-li-day noun  1: a day on which one is exempt from work for a holiday that one finds less than exciting. 2: an event which one is required to “celebrate”, despite the food being crappy (or nonexistent) and it not being a joyous holiday (i.e., many Jewish holidays, especially but not limited to Passover)… Continue reading Wednesday Word of the Day – Blahliday