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pedigree - Certifiably good looking.

e.g., Woof! That guy has pedigree written all over him.

submitted by nitag - (www)

pediophilia - A fetish for sex dolls.

e.g., That man suffers from a pediophilia addiction.

submitted by emma - (www)

pedipulate - Kick around.

e.g., Now that I moved out, he won't have me around to pedipulate any more.

submitted by Knom

pedist - A person who makes judgments, or unfounded statements, of people on the basis of their feet.

e.g., Little Bobby would not go out with Tina because she had ugly feet; Tina called him a pedist.

submitted by Michael Garza

pedistrate - To walk. From the word pedestrian.

e.g., Steve did not have a car or bike, so he decided to pedistrate to class intstead.

submitted by Joe

pedophobe - A person who fears children.

e.g., The pedophobe shivered when he saw children playing outside.

submitted by tim - (www)

pedro mendelbaum - Pedro Mendelbaum is a worldwide creative collective. A group of filmmakers, pranksters, and lovers who have passions for chickens in cowboy hats. The legend has it that Pedro Mendelbaum was an exiled Mexican Yeshiva student living in the forests of Canada who received enlightenment from a glowing beaver.

e.g., Oh, that insane thing I saw the other day that changed the creative landscape and blew my mind? It had to be from those Pedro Mendelbaum guys.

submitted by Hanson Balzac

peduncle - A car with a taillight that has blown out or been smashed or doesn't work for some other reason.

e.g., There were four peduncles on the road between my house and yours. I guess nobody checks those things out.

submitted by ditnis

pee chill - The chill or shiver you get before or after you urinate.

e.g., Dan had a pee chill right after he had urinated. | A pee chill goes with being a pea brain.

submitted by Dan Evans

pee-waddlin' soup - I think most English speakers are likely to have a general understanding of what is meant by "pee-waddling." I saw a little boy at Jason's Deli a couple of days ago who was in obvious need of micturating -- as he clutched his genital region and pressed his thighs together to his knees, feet splayed, "waddling" as he walked.   It was my mother's favorite expression. She might threaten us by saying, "If you don't stop that, I'll slap the pee-waddlin' soup out of you." Or, on being startled, "That scared the pee-waddlin' soup out of me." When used as an adjective, it seems to be used more as an intensifier of indeterminate meaning than anything else. I've found "peewaddling" without the hyphen used mostly without a following noun: "Got the peewaddling scared out of me last night." "It irritates the peewaddling out of me." In those uses, the term appears to me to have a more literal meaning.   If you look around, you're going to find these variants: peewadden(s), pee wadden, pee-wadden, peewaddin, pee waddin', pee wadding, and pee-wadding -- even variations with "pea" rather than "pee." Most of those appearances use the word as a noun, but sometimes as an adjective. For the noun uses, I found "the peewadden" or "the pewaddens" following these verbals: aggravates, annoys, beat, bend, bomb, bore, bug, clamp, confuse, cut, drive, dug, flame, insulate, knock, know what, pixelate, pound, ride, scare, shock, shoot, slap, sue, tax, tickled to. "Scare" was used many more times than the rest put together.   If I were Evan Morris of The Word Detective or Michael Quinion of WorldWide Words, I'd do some actual research before reaching a conclusion. But … me being me, I'm going to cut to the chase. Somewhere no longer remembered I ran across a claim that old women have trouble holding their water -- straightforwardly, without bowdlerization, that they are prone to lose control of their bladders when they cough, laugh, or sneeze and urinate on themselves. To spare themselves the embarrassment of having someone know when that happens, some, ahem, older women use wadding to stop the urine flow. Thus, if they get the "pee wadding" scared out of them -- knocked out of them, whatever -- they're likely to experience the unwanted embarrassment. Do you buy that? Or do you think someone just misunderstood "pee waddling" and came up with an explanation for her misunderstanding? Maybe Evan or Mike will run across this and rescue me.   Some think the "pea wadden" version has something to do with muskets, but I haven't found much for that notion. [ED. Coming back to this, I looked again. I found "The Explosives Complete Tutorial." "Pack about [two] inches of wadding on top of the powder. .... A volume the size of a small pea is about right." The wadding is part of the instructions for making a pipe bomb. The mention of a pea is in a section on spantaneous combustion.

e.g., "I'm not here to scare the peewadden out of you, but get some Depends just in case." | As I reached the top of the stairs, Sis jumped out of the dark and scared the peewadden outta me. | I think the reason the left hates Sarah Palin so much is that she scares the peewadden out of them. I wonder if it's ever going to occur to them that one of the reasons Adlai Stevenson lost to Eisenhower twice was that hoi polloi couldn't relate to him -- that he came across as too smart. Even to Democrats. Who thinks you have to be "smart" to be POTUS? Some of our worst Presidents were some ot the "smartest." "Be Proud of Your Heritage" I had gone through a mad moment when I imagined his reaction if I had said, "Your [sic] talkin' 'bout my mama" and slapped the peewaddlin' out of him and fled, but I never really considered it because I was on a mission from God or, at least, my friends in law enforcement who were worried about how Christian Identity adherents might be going to react to the fast approaching new millennium. Having now read the description of the blog, I find that it's not a racist blog as I first thought, but an anti-racist blog -- written by a woman who claims to have gone undercover to expose racism.

submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

peecey - A piece of bread

e.g., I want a peecey, please.

submitted by mary stone

peechi - The feeling or suspicion that the world, your troubles, and other situations beyond your control are raining on your parade.

e.g., With all these terrorist attacks, and that jerk for a boss that I have, and the arguments I've been having with my wife lately, I'm feeling very peechi.

submitted by Saint714 - (www)

peedeeque - Pretty Dumb Question. Sometimes Pretty Damn Quick.

e.g., He asks more peedeeques than any man I ever heard. You better make up your bed PDQ.

submitted by marilyn bibb - (www)

peedy gonzales - 1. People, especially women, who do not travel to the bathroom in a group but instead pee quickly, wash their hands, and return ruining everyone’s chance to talk behind their backs.

e.g., I am the original Peddy Gonzales and amaze other women with my power to pee quickly and not check my makeup after. What the hell are they doing in the bathroom that requires a face check?

submitted by nitag - (www)

peefood - Any type of liquidy food that doesn't seem particularly engaging to people who haven't been preparing it or for whom it wasn't meant.

e.g., Jailbreak Pimp: Wotcha eating? Some soup? Looks like peefood. Tom: No, my mummy made this. Jailbreak Pimp: Tell your mommy it looks like peefood. Mummy: Your mom looks like peefood.

submitted by Fabrice

peek experience - n - An especially joyous and exciting moment, involving sudden feelings of intense happiness and well-being, wonder and awe, that results from "sneaking a look" at something. e

e.g., Voyeurism can be a peek experience.

submitted by Mitchel Yerzy - (www)

peek season - Swimming season.

e.g., During peek season the beach is covered with hundreds of bikini-clad beauties.

submitted by Miss Speller - (www)

peekasso - A dog that is half Pekingnese and half Lhasa Apso. It is an abstract dog, very artistic. Specialty is cubism. Origin: Spain.

e.g., I named my peekasso Picasso.

submitted by Amanda - (www)

peeler - Stripper.

e.g., Yeah, she used to be a peeler in college.

submitted by Magda Wojtyra - (www)

peelie-wallie - Scots slang, sick or drunk.

e.g., I didn't come to school yesterday because I was feeling all peelie-wallie.

submitted by Adam Leslie

peely wally - Scot's word meaning pasty and pale.

e.g., Och! Young Angus' face is all peely wally. He must be ill.

submitted by Alice Malice

peenskonz - The feeling you get in your throat and the top of your chest when you eat ice cream too fast.

e.g., OOOO! Peenskonz! Can't talk!

submitted by Diana - (www)

peep - Can be used in a variety of ways. 1. As a way to address someone. 2. As people in general.

e.g., You peep. OR Anyhow, the peeps were completely overreacting to the situation.

submitted by Jaily

peepage - An unreservedly cool person, one who is not snobby or self-absorbed. Most likely a teenager.

e.g., Chloe is a peepage. She's cool.

submitted by Erin - (www)

peeps - To share, as in little birds peeping to their parents to be fed. | As recently as five or six years ago, "peeps" was used to refer to "your crew, your friends, your homies, your posse" and not just to people in general. I wonder if that use is still current?

e.g., Do you want your own bowl or do you just want peeps? | No, silly I'm not talking about the peeps you eat. Wait, maybe I am, huh? Michelle is one of your peeps, right? From what I gather, she's edible. Otherwise, why would she have told she went wild after her divorce? Said she wouldn't go into any details, but it made me wonder.

submitted by Indrani | beelzebub - (www)

peepsophilia - An extreme love of or addiction to Marshmallow Chicks.

e.g., My peepsophilia was revealed when my secret stash of stale chicks was discovered months after Easter.

submitted by jeanine wisniewski

peepticles - Eyes (typically but not necessarily) with glasses on.

e.g., So, Tammy said, "I couldn't believe my peepticles!"

submitted by steve zihlavsky

peer speculation - Unlike sheer speculation -- which anyone can do -- peer speculation is permitted only to one's peers. But one of the many, many examples of misspellings by a notorious forum poster.

e.g., "This is peer speculation, but did you ever consider he may have threatened her life if she screamed, or maybe he had a weapon?"

submitted by Miss Speller for RetiredSailor1

peervert - One who wishes to engage in immoral behavior within his or her own age group.

e.g., You're some sick puppy, Wilbur. You're 65 years old and instead of checking out the cute young chicks, you stand there ogling a gray-haired granny in a house dress. What are you, some kind of weird peervert?

submitted by Charlie Lesko

peet - To drink. From _A Clockwork Orange_, teen slang.

e.g., We went to the bar to peet some moloko with knives.

submitted by Nik

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