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pea potty - A highly evolved cutting hedge specialized legtronic cooking utensil designed for far more tender and tastier peas, mangia mangia.

e.g., She whippeth out her pea potty to ultimately produce sublime pea soup for all the world to slurp who did show up at ye kirk social by ye lake in ye mountains. Come and see. Taste and see, thy taste buds will cry for more.

submitted by Paul Edic

peabful - Meaning you have not a care in the world.

e.g., Today, someone asked me how I were doing and I replied, "Very peabful."

submitted by Clay Coggins

peabond - (v.) 1. to have your T9 system spit out a word totally different from the one you were trying to write. (adj.) 2. "peabonded": having gotten a weird T9 suggestion. (n.) a strange T9 suggestion. By extension, any bizarre outcome of a set or series of ordinary premises. (My son's T9 suggested 'peabondod' when he was trying to type something like 'printing' or something. It was bizarre, but it makes a good word---even though I changed it from peabondod to peabonded (it sounded better that way.))

e.g., "I was trying to write 'bench,' but my phone decided to I wanted to say either 'banjo' or 'Benjamin.'" Now, is that weird or what?"

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

peace e-z - Basically the same as "peace out." It is shorter than typing "peace easy."

e.g., I'm leaving. Peace e-z.

submitted by alex

peace of gandhi - It's surely sweet, the way of peace pursued and obtained by Mahatma Gandhi: nonviolent resistance, perseverance and faith, motivating and encouraging the masses to carry on and carry through to a happy conclusion, freedom, and independence.

e.g., One wonders if something like a peace of Gandhi could succeed in certain other countries, as say some of the Muslim countries or elsewhere.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

peace subprime loan - What resulted from the demise of the Soviet Union. Peace sub-prime loan.

e.g., We were promised a peace dividend. What we got instead was a peace subprime loan. The day will come when we will pay for cutting our Armed Forces to the extent we did.

submitted by [Ed] - (www)

peaceasy - A wish, (as peace out), stating that you have peace in your future, and take it easy.

e.g., Leaving already? Well, peaceasy.

submitted by Rae

peacekeeper - A governmental term that really means one who "creates peace" through war or killing.

e.g., The peacekeepers in the Middle East have effectively stopped terrorists in their tracks.

submitted by etymos - (www)

peaceoff - Used to wish someone would get away from you when you are finished with them.

e.g., I have to go and shampoo my dog now. So peaceoff and I'll talk to you tomorrow.

submitted by Dave Wetherby

peach - Cute in a very special way.

e.g., Melba is a real peach.

submitted by david-jan

peach cobblers - Old people, generally used to describe a bunch of elderly people who are somewhere doing something that only old people would do.

e.g., 1. We went to McDonald's to get some breakfast and it was filled with peach cobblers playing bingo. 2. Some of the beaches in Florida are filled with peach cobblers.

submitted by Tristan

peach pits - Used by middle schoolers to replace four-letter words.

e.g., Since John is trying to clean up his language, when he stubs his toe he says, "Peach pits."

submitted by JJ

peacherific - Peachy, awesome, great, happy.

e.g., Seth: How is your day? Beth: Peacherific.

submitted by Renee - (www)

peaches - Used for a good situation. Goes with everything.

e.g., "How was your weekend?" "Peaches."

submitted by murph - (www)

peachtube - Good, fine, excellent. Concatenated and lenitted from "peachy" (50s slang) and "tubular" (surfer slang) , both of the same general connotation of goodness.

e.g., All our friends came to the party. The music was great and we had free drinks. It was a completely peachtube gathering for everyone.

submitted by töff - (www)

peachy turtle - Hot, cute, the bomb--the best in all catogories, of a person.

e.g., Hey, did you see him? *drool* What a peachy turtle.

submitted by Jen Bobby Smit

peachy with a side of keen - From Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Doin' just spiffy, all right.

e.g., A: How are you doing? B: Oh, I'm just peachy with a side of keen.

submitted by willow

peacocky - 1. Flashy. 2. Exhibiting excessive flair for the purposes of gaining praise and adulation.

e.g., When around a pretty girl, he gets very peacocky, displaying all of his colorful feathers.

submitted by Brandy - (www)

peacolacock - It's the kind of peacock you find in Pensacola, Florida. It's also a drink, composed of several colors of bright liquors or liqueurs, with sparkling cola.

e.g., We watched the peacocks far below from the top of the pyramid as we sipped gratefully on our delicious peacolacock cocktails.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

peaf - PEAF is a reference to something that has a warm, milky, and sticky nature. It originated from Milkweed, but can mean anything sticky.

e.g., I pulled up that weed and it peafed on me. Gross. Don't get any peaf on you. That peanut butter and jelly sandwich is really peafy. It's leaking Peaf.

submitted by chris

peak your interest - Arousing interest "to the highest point possible." Definition from Grammar Trap: Pique vs. Peak. Along with "to peek your interest," this is one of two common misspellings for "to pique your interest" = "to arouse your interest."

e.g., Oil prices reached a new peak on the world market this past week. The current high price may have something to do with world oil production reaching its highest point in 2005. Does that peak your interest?

submitted by Miss Speller - (www)

peakin' - Massive or huge; monstrous.

e.g., Look at the peakin' hips on that chick!

submitted by Donny C. - (www)

peanut log - A simple but delicious homemade candy. A combination of natural, unsalted peanut butter, honey, raisins, chopped walnuts, and shredded coconut. Formed into log-shaped rolls about five inches long and wrapped in waxed paper.

e.g., My friends looked forward to my mother's peanut logs and their mothers all requested the recipe.

submitted by Steve McDonald

peanut-butter-jelly - 1. Makes no complete sense, is useless. 2. Using something to accomplish nothing.

e.g., After getting free passes to Carowinds Theme Park, Chum decided it was peanut-butter-jelly time.

submitted by Judge - (www)

pear-shaped - For things going wrong, deviating from the planned. From the typical woman's body shape: narrow shoulders, small chest, wide hips. The suggestion being that it is an undesirable scenario.

e.g., We planned to put up the tent, but the wind picked up and everything went pear-shaped.

submitted by enso

pearler - Extraordinary or impressive in appearance or behavior. Usually used as a compliment.

e.g., That's a pearler of a hat. You off to the races? OR That girl over there's got a pearler of a smile.

submitted by simonv

pearschloppen - 1. Pear crisp that isn't. 2. A baking victory defeated by a sudden and unexpected onset of moisturization. 3. The sound made by a soggy material falling on the floor.

e.g., Her pear crisp looked more like pearschloppen.

submitted by Chris

pearshaped - when everything starts going wrong and there is no saving it

submitted by dylan - (www)

peas and cornbread - phr(pees.and.corn.breed)Pleading with someone after a long begging.

e.g., "Please...please...peas and cornbread?"

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peasant under glass - The whole federal housing program, projects.

e.g., Living in independently owned public housing is certainly better than peasant under glass.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

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