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vehicularly disinclined - Abhorrence of or for automotive work/repairs.

e.g., Steve is vehicularly disinclined. He throws wrenches in the street while cussing profusely as he changes a tire.

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eclecstacy - The satiation felt when things from all over come together.

e.g., The furnishings of this room give me great eclecstasy.

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absolute insanity - Any speech or actions you can't understand at all.

e.g., My childrens' absolute insanity may be due to a generation gap.

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isolatude - The quiet you get inside your head when you obey your reclusive behavior. Isolitude.{Duplicate}

e.g., I like the islolatude I get when I stay the hell away from people.

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fractofragmentannoyance - The desperation you feel inside your head after a while of obeying your reclusive behavior.

e.g., After a few weeks of solitude, my fractofragmentannoyance starts to eat at my soul.

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crumbage - Where all the extra flavospice hides in a bag of chips, box of cookies, etc. What's left in the bottom of the container.

e.g., I like the crumbage; it's most tasty.

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overspiceage grandioso - Something like adding 3/4 cup of cumin to your two lbs. of potato salad.

e.g., When I put the 15 habaneros in my salsa I had no idea it would be overspiceage grandioso.

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donald trump regularly violates the canons of good taste. hillar - Donald Trump regularly violates the canons of good taste. Hillary Clinton regularly violates the criminal code.

e.g., Donald Trump regularly violates the canons of good taste. Hillary Clinton regularly violates the criminal code.

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beh - A filler word like "ummm." Curiously, today is the blogger's 35th birthday. The example is an exact replication of what was blogged some 17 years ago, with the exception of the quotation marks. Trying to read something written like that gives me a headache. {Duplicate.} {ED. Note: Have lost the ability to write paragraphs separated by a blank line. Didn't need to for this example -- the writer ran everything together just the way it appears here.}

e.g., "Monday, July 02, 2001Song: A Place For My Head (Linkin Park) Heh a Linkin Park day today!!! My friends think it's weird I like them cause I don't look like the kind of person that would be listening to them....but oh well!! I listen to all kinds of music..well sorta...I listen to music if I like the way it sounds...hell I even listen to rap if it sounds good, like Missy Elliot's new single...beh I can't remember the name of the song. Hmmm anyways...I got my comic up!! yay!!!...I think I'm getting some what none in the world of the online artist....but that's ok I'm on the level I enjoy being somewhat unknown..beh I got used to it in high school...I speak of it as if it was soo long ago it was only a month ago I graduated lol. Oh yeah the other day some one thought I was a foreigner beh...I left out words when I was talking...it was an accident I was too hyper.....they thought I was japanese just because I don't have an american accent when I speak japanese....they asked 'are you hakujin??' ,me 'no I'm american'" ,them' no no hakujin!! kokujin to nihonjin no mix!!' ,me 'chigau!!!! americanjin!!! kokujin to turkishjin!!' ,them' ..............Nihongo umai jan!! nihonjin mitai dana' , me *shin~~~~* thinks 'shiteru zo!! mou shijiranai!!' 'domo'.....beh it was soo weird lol heh sometimes I wish that would happen more often so I could pratice japanese more..but ther arent' many japanese people in the city I live in..... "

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buttface - Having the phone in your pocket accidentally FaceTime someone without your being aware of it. Similar to butt dialing, but more tech savvy stylistically.

e.g., Fred: Hang on for a minute, Ted. I have to take this call. ... Crap, there's no one there -- or it's someone in a cave. Ted: "Who called?" Fred: "Our old friend Jim." Ted: "Ah so. I call him Jim the Luddite. It's not just that he didn't come along with us into the 21st century; he regressed to the 19th century. He just buttfaced you, Fred. He does that to me all the time. We were better off when all he had was an analog phone line with a long cord."

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testymony - Testimony given grudgingly by someone who shows how annoyed she is for having been called to testify. People who testyfy instead of testifying are not only hard to get along with, they're also hard to believe."

e.g., "Did you watch Peter Strzok when he testified before that congressional committee last week?" "I watched maybe thirty seconds of it, then went back to streaming a movie. I could tell watching would just piss me off." "You missed a doozy. What Strzok did was testyfy rather than testify. I've never seen anyone act the way he did after swearing to tell the truth. I hope I'm not around to see something like that happen again."

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nextopia - Not the same as utopia -- a utopia being a society where everything is in harmony and ideologically well-structured. Nextopia differs from utopia because all we ever get to is the next quick fix.

e.g., Our government never seems to make any progress towards coming up with long-term solutions for society's major problems. The best we ever get are changes that put us on the road to nextopia.

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political hacknostics - Politicians who have no belief in America or the American political system but are involved in public office strictly for personal gain and aggrandizement.

e.g., You see them in the House. They're in the Senate. They're the political hacknostics with no faith in America and no desire in passing legislation that improves and benefits Democracy. They blindly vote their party line, while currying favors to gain seats on more powerful committees. Their dedicated goal is to be reelected,for the power, prestige and personal benefits of office are great indeed. To that end, they keep a public image of constituent support and effectiveness, greeting all with hand shakes and smiles, while privately they wear their cynicism on their sleeves. The beliefs they do own are for the two pillars of politics: Patronage and Perks. They are the shame of America.

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voice vandalizer - The name for the voice analyzing software of any smart phone that misunderstands what you have said while texting which absolutely necessitates that you proofread before sending.

e.g., While dictating a text message I said, "evidently," and the voice vandalizer came back with "ever Denteley." I 'd look like an idiot if I didn't realize that before I sent the text.

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redpill - From the movie _The Matrix_: "The pills represent a choice we have to make between accepting the truth of reality (red pill), which could be harsh and difficult, and maintaining our blissful ignorance of the world (blue pill), which is way more comfortable."

e.g., "And lately some of those channels have become rallying points for white nationalists and white supremacists looking to redpill users in discussions around contentious, already-politicized news events."

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illegaler - More illegal. A variant of the comparative form of the base word.

e.g., "Illegal guns have always been with us. A moment's thought should clarify that new laws won't change that. (If criminals get their guns illegally now, is a new law supposed to make them even illegaller?)"

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demobbed - Demobilized from active duty in the military. {Duplicate}

e.g., "After being demobbed, he then completed his training at the Central School of Speech and Drama."

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pac-man - Pac-man: To reduce a large task, job or mission into small and manageable bite-sized pieces. These small bite-sized pieces of a project can later be assembled to form a completed task, job or mission.

e.g., Mr. Chivo Expiatorio knew that the many illegal charges laid against him would require him to adopt a pac-man approach in researching, reading, and understanding the legal process. Bite by researched bite, digested pieces by reading pieces, his fueling would come from his consumed power pellets that would drive his understanding of the legal process.

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demwit - A Democrat who is, by definition, a dimwit.

e.g., Like most demwits, you have no logical inference skills.

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covfefe - Coverage.

e.g., President Trump tweeted, "Despite the constant negative press covfefe...."

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adult - Verb: to behave like an adult; to take care of yourself and your own affairs. ... I'm not sure Henry Watson Fowler had in mind going this far when he said, "After all, it is an ancient and valuable right of the English people to turn their nouns into verbs when they are so minded."

e.g., "With student loans, exams, and having to start adulting, no wonder college kids need a good cry every once in a while."

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chicken escamilla - Stolen chicken. Specifically, chicken stolen in Cameron County, Texas, over a nine-year period.

e.g., "Gilberto Escamilla said, 'It started small and got bigger and out of control. ... The total value of the fajitas, which were stolen during a nine-year period, was $1,251,578. That figure does not include the brisket, pork chops, sausage, and various types of chicken Escamilla also admitted to stealing, court testimony revealed.'"

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smackular degeneration - The decline in societal good behavior by the generations whose parents "spared the rod and spoiled the child."

e.g., Have you noticed that young adults have no respect for their elders, for polite discourse. for tradition and common values? With the abolishment of a parent's hand applied firmly against a stubborn, rebellious, non-sensible young child's backside, we've lost the educational power of parental discipline. Young adults have grown up to believe that they know everything. Is the new employee who now works next to you, stubborn, disrespectful, and a real "wise ass?" Blame "smackular degeneration!"

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different's - Difference.

e.g., "Had Hillary just stayed in the woods, Comey coming out about her two weeks before the election made no different's."

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ad hok - Ad hoc: Unplanned, for one specific case.

e.g., Dag • 16 hours ago Clearly there is no justice in America at least not the famous one with the blind lady justice statue. In this Banana Republic with its partisan corrupt law enforcement the are no laws protecting those who are not affiliated with the left and there are wide discretionary ad hok rules specifically made up to protect the left. There are kangaroo courts with judges that make up laws and apply them to whomever they do not like as they see fit.it is approaching the biblical Sodom.

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cuck - Short for cuckold, a man whose wife has sex with other men. Apparently there are many men who encourage the behavior, so it's not always right to call it cheating. A woman whose husband has sex with other women is know as a cuckquean.

e.g., "[Hillary Clinton's] only qualifications for public office were her genitals and the fact that she didn't divorce Bill Clinton, no matter how many times he cheated on her, and it wasn't enough. Her decades of lies and duplicity and power-hungry striving brought her just short of the finish line. That's a continuing source of relief, even for a cuck RINO #NeverTrump traitor like me. ... The Dems backed a candidate who was so awful that she lost to THAT guy, and they just can't seem to accept that they did this to themselves." || You-know-who is not only the first woman to make a serious challenge in a run for President of the United States, she's also the first cuckquean to do so.

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coonspiracy - A conspiracy, as carried out by raccoons. Heard about the Halloween prank of outhouse-tipping from my grandparents. They had a concrete walk going to their outhouse -- still there until I was about eight years old, but no longer used. They had a concrete cistern to collect rainwater for indoor use in the days before city water was piped in. The cistern was a cylinder about ten feet tall and ten feet in diameter. Its walls were about six to eight inches thick. In later years a door was blasted in it and shelves were built so it could be used to store home-grown potatoes. It doubled as a tornado shelter in case one was ever needed.

e.g., "Given the way outhouses in my neighborhood have been getting tipped over lately, I have no doubt that it's the result of a coonspiracy that started last Halloween."

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mathermatics - Arithmetic as practiced by hip-hop stylist Marshall Mather aka Eminem.

e.g., "Slamming President Trump is very popular with my fans. According to my mathermatics, my new album should sell 6 million copies."

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hipocracy - Government by hipsters, the hip.

e.g., "The hipocracy and projection are stunning."

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tone policing - "Tone policing is a term used in the social justice warrior set for a 'silencing;'tactic the privileged use on the oppressed. A tone-policing exchange might go something like this:"

e.g., "Campus Feminist: I am pretty darn fired up about the lack of sculpture from a feminist perspective in the student union. It makes me want to smash things. | Campus Bro: Hey, let‰€™s keep it calm so we can have a productive conversation. You‰€™d catch a lot more flies with honey than vinegar." | Campus Feminist: Stop tone policing me, dude.

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lawndry - Time consuming, repetitive outdoor work.

e.g., Like "doing the laundry," which requires collecting the dirty clothes, sorting, then putting each load in the washing machine; transferring the wash to the drier; then folding the clean clothes and putting them away, each and every week(!), the "lawndry" entails the same, dull, repetitive, time killing chores for the outdoors of a homeowner. Maybe it's time to move to an apartment or a condo?

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lonvici - When you think a place is long away from here but it is not quite. Vici, - from the Latin near.

e.g., I thought coming to your house would be lonvici, but that's not the case as I found it to be very near.

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amigal - (uh-MEE-gull; adj.) 1. Of or pertaining to friendship; 2. friendly. [From Spanish amigo "friend" + -al adjectival ending.]

e.g., It is best to maintain amigal relations with your peers. | At the pet store, I bought an amigal beagle as a companion.

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imp pact - The venerable ancient agreement that allows those irksome little denizens of the Nether World to inflict, for their amusement, stupid but embarrassing pranks on Humankind. Examples: spilling coffee all over the front of one's shirt, or finding your trouser fly unzipped at work.

e.g., "Okay, Steve, your hands and arms waving at me are intended to get my attention and tell me something so serious that it's worth interrupting my important presentation to these 300 hundred top engineers of our company. So...what is it?" "Imp pact barn what?" "Barn door, what?" "Oh...Barn door, open???...Oh...OHH...OHHHH!"

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ignoranouse - Ignoranus.

e.g., "I don't like supporting uninsured ignoranouses because of stupid choices they make in life."

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om inous - A feeling of doom that persists even while doing your Yoga exercises and your self calming morning chanting.

e.g., Driving to work, Homer had his second om inous episode as he saw the truck bearing down on him.

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modeluscious - Used to refer to a luscious model -- of the female variety.

e.g., "Columnist Jimmie Fiedler reports: '€ścommercial photographer Paul Hesse and modeluscious Elyse Knox are engaged...'"

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scrumalilcious - Scrumptious and delicious.

e.g., Your lemon meringue pie was scrumalicious.

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expediate - Expedite. Heard the example this morning.

e.g., "Kansas congressman Kevin Yoder 'expediated the process' of getting a visa for a Nigerian woman so she could come to San Antonio to watch her son play in the Final Four."

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prog dog - Unkindly: a progressive son-of-a-bitch. More kindly: someone on the left end of the political spectrum -- who could aptly be referred to as barking mad or barking at the moon.

e.g., "A lot of this can be reversed, of course, but, for now, the Trump Caravan moves on even as the assorted prog dogs grow hoarse from barking."

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virtue signaling - Show and blow about making things better while actually doing nothing -- or actually making things worse.

e.g., "In a post written long, long ago (March 12, 2012), I noted that under the late and unlamented Obama/Clinton foreign affairs team, 'There is no foreign policy coming from the White House, except a default position of apology, appeasement, and accommodation.' It was all just show, what now would be called 'virtue signaling.' Not all of that, of course, was the fault of Obama or Clinton or her even more despicable successor, John 'Christmas in Cambodia' Kerry. There is a culture at State which I described as revolving around public displays of affection for the Secretary; more than that, it is based upon open adoration of the Secretary, who quickly becomes an almost mythical figure possessed of unbounded wisdom and insight. What we have, in other words, is a diluted version of North Korea. You go to staff meetings, and they ring with statements, such as 'the Secretary has said,' 'the Secretary wants,' and 'the Secretary was right on point this morning.' You have not seen grown people -- mostly men -- try to outdo themselves praising the Dear Leader until you have gone to a morning meeting at State chaired by somebody who just attended a prior staff meeting chaired by the Secretary. As the kids say, 'OMG!' People you thought reasonable lose all reason, all critical faculties as they rush to appear the Most Loyal Servant of the Secretary. These are supposed to be Americans, defenders of the Great Republic, but you expect them to break into Anna's song, absent the irony, 'Yes, Your Majesty; no, Your Majesty.Tell us how low to go, Your Majesty; make some more decrees, Your Majesty; don't let us up off our knees, Your Majesty. Give us a kick, if you please, Your Majesty. Give us a kick, if you would, Your Majesty Oh, That was good, Your Majesty!'"

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leadership - The ship leading the convoy.

e.g., "Which ship will the President be on?" "The leadership, of course."

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sound byte - Sound bite. The example comes from "How Lexicological Inventionaryism Became So Popularish (Hint: It was Almostly Subliminable)" in EastWesterly Review. {Duplicate.}

e.g., "No one ever accused English of not accepting new words, but three speakers have certainly tried to stretch the language to the breaking. James Joyce, Snoop Doggy Dogg, and George W. Bush have all done their part to make the invention of new words an acceptable art form. Yet the potential for misunderstanding increases with each creation and, depending on one's position, that misinterpretation could be deadly. | "The proclivity towards linguistic innovation is nothing revolutionary, but it does seem to be indulged in more often these days. Part of this is likely due to the arrival of the sound byte, and grammatical and lexical mistakes by figureheads are often replayed constantly in a show of media superiority. New words thus enter the collective unconscious and, instead of being mocked as errors, eventually gain credibility simply by public acceptance and familiarity."

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lass reunion - What you have when the class members from an all-girls school get together for a reunion. ... Or, a class reunion that occurs after all the males in the class have died.

e.g., MB: "Jay, do you think you'll be coming to our 70th anniversary class reunion next year?" Jay: "Not if you-know-who will be there. Ugh, he really turned into a creep, didn't he?" MB: "No, he didn't. You're wrong about that." Jay: "C'mon. Surely you're not going to tell me you don't agree with me that he's a creep." MB: "Oh, he's a creep all right. But he didn't 'turn into a creep.' He's always been a creep. You just didn't notice it before." Jay: "Ah, I see your point." MB: "You do realize, don't you that he's somehow managed to outlive all the other boys in our class. Hard to believe, given all the things he had wrong with him at our 60th: two widowmaker heart attacks, diabetes, prostate cancer, skin cancer, colon cancer--" Jay: "He has colon cancer? I didn't know that. When was he diagnosed with it?" MB: "Sometime between when we saw him in October and Thanksgiving." Jay: "He didn't tell me." MB: "Well, he didn't tell _me_ until mid-March, right before our Easter weekend reunion. He said he tried to tell you several times, but you wouldn't talk to him anymore. Not after he sent me that stupid gag e-mail, the one that made me think you were seriously ill. I was ready to kill him when he told me 'dasypygal' meant having hair-covered buttocks. ... I wouldn't have found out either, but there was no one else he could talk to. And he made me swear on a Bible -- he actually insisted that I use my family Bible -- that I wouldn't tell you until after he was dead -- or until our 70th reunion. I think we're close enough now that he won't get mad at me. ... You do realize that after he dies, what we'll be having is lass reunions?

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snoop latin - Yet Snoop Doggy Dogg, Dr. Dre protégé, reached millions more. His lexical stylings remind one more of a language than simply word creation. What I call "Snoop Latin" involves inserting "-izz" or "-izzay" into previously established (often monosyllable) words. Thus a profanity dealing with excretion becomes shiznit, drive becomes drizzive, and fake becomes fizzake. Snoop Latin can be used in a similar method as Pig Latin: profanities can slip by censors when coded into a foreign language. Bizznatch, another Dogg concoction, works on multiple levels not unlike the multitudinous examples from Finnegan's Wake, indicating both bitch and snatch in an unified word using "-izz" as glue between the two ideas. Again, the word slips by the censors.

e.g., "Yet Snoop Doggy Dogg, Dr. Dre protege, reached millions more. His lexical stylings remind one more of a language than simply word creation. What I call 'Snoop Latin'' involves inserting '-izz' or '-izzay' into previously established (often monosyllable) words. Thus a profanity dealing with excretion becomes shiznit, drive becomes drizzive, and fake becomes fizzake. Snoop Latin can be used in a similar method as Pig Latin: profanities can slip by censors when coded into a foreign language. Bizznatch, another Dogg concoction, works on multiple levels not unlike the multitudinous examples from Finnegan's Wake, indicating both bitch and snatch in an unified word using '-izz' as glue between the two ideas. Again, the word slips by the censors."

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quandry - Quandary: "state of uncertainty or perplexity especially as requiring a choice between equally unfavorable options."

e.g., A fundamental tenet of a sane legal system has to be that people caught breaking the law do not benefit from their crimes. Corollary: Children who come to the United States with their illegal alien parents should not benefit from their parents' crime(s). At the same time, justice demands that children not be punished for what their parents do. It's a quandry, isn't it?

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