picklechipsluva5 has adopted , looked up 0 words, created 5 lists, listed 37 words, written 21 comments, added 0 tags, and loved 0 words.

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  • This word, though somewhat grotesque is one of my all time favorites. Festering wound. Gives me chills.

    November 2, 2007

  • Oh yeah, and the misspelling two below. *Dictionary

    November 2, 2007

  • Sorry about the misspelling below. *Debateable

    November 2, 2007

  • Another word would be roof, although it is debateble. It is listed in the dicionary as both "rufe" and "roof (oo as in book)." Which do ya'lls (ha) use? I use roof, not rufe.

    November 2, 2007

  • I absolutely hate it with a burning passion when people say warsh. Ughhhh...

    November 2, 2007

  • I have to say, it really makes me laugh when people say, "I need to axe you something."!

    November 2, 2007

  • 'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves

    Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;

    All mimsy were the borogoves,

    And the mome raths outgrabe.

    "Beware the Jabberwock, my son!

    The jaws that bit, the claws that catch!

    Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun

    The frumious Bandersnatch!"

    He took his vorpal sword in hand;

    Long time the manxome foe he sought --

    So rested he by the Tumtum tree,

    And stood awhile in though.

    And as in uffish thought he stood,

    The Jabberwock, with eyes of flame,

    Came whiffling through the tulgey wood,

    And burbled as it came!

    One, two! One, two! And through and through

    The vorpal blade went snicker-snack!

    He left it dead, and with its head

    He went galumphing back.

    "And hast though slain the Jabberwock?

    Come to my arms, my beamish boy!

    O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!"

    He chortled in his joy.

    -Lewis Carroll

    (A poem that preceeds Through the Looking Glass)

    June 15, 2007

  • If you have not read the poem, The Jabberwocky, by Lewis Carroll, please do. I love love love that poem!

    June 15, 2007

  • Similar to envision, like imagining a sound.

    May 29, 2007

  • I am pretty sure that at least everyone in my city does prounce the word ora-ggin. I wonder if I use the proper pronunciations for other cities and states. Hmmmmmmmm...

    April 4, 2007

  • As if everyone from the East Coast and Midwest don't pronounce this wrong too!

    ---An Oregonian to the bone

    February 25, 2007

  • It is actually not a genuine "word," but one that was invented by my english teacher.

    February 24, 2007

  • I absolutely agree. I, personally, am a huge fan of Napolean Dynamite, but I also enjoy plotlets in other movies, stories, etc..

    February 19, 2007

  • I am not that concerned about finding my words in the dictionary. As you can see, I have a list titled, "Words that should be words, but aren't."

    February 19, 2007

  • Actually, some of my friends and I have been inventing the words on this page during our english class. I have yet to find one, but if someone does, will they please list it?

    February 19, 2007

  • I believe it is spelled wangsta, but i like this spelling as well.

    February 18, 2007

  • An apostrophe that also includes a pause (like a comma).

    February 16, 2007

  • A plot that does not have very much motion. Some do not consider plotlets actual plots. You can find a plotlet in the movie Napolean Dynamite.

    February 16, 2007

  • A quiz that is not graded, but must be retaken if the quiz-taker has done very badly (bombed).

    February 15, 2007

  • A panel that is part poster. It is like both in simultaneously.

    February 15, 2007

  • Another word for the voices inside your head, as in, "I have a cat, but you just can't see it. It likes to tell me what to do..."

    February 15, 2007

  • This word means a dependant clause. It, alone, would not be a complete sentence.

    February 15, 2007

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  • I think what jennarenn meant is that the parenthetical comment should go on the page for the word, not in the word itself. Of course you can do whatever you want, but using that format means you'll be linked to other people who add timesed in the future -- which can be a nice thing on a social site like this.

    I love your lists, by the way!!

    February 19, 2007

  • I am not that concerned about finding my words in the dictionary. As you can see, I have a list titled, "Words that should be words, but aren't."

    February 19, 2007

  • Love the "Words That Should be Words, but Aren't" list... it's audacious

    February 15, 2007

  • I can guarantee that you won't find the word "timesed (not a real word, but annoying anyway)" in the dictionary. ;) What you want to do is enter timesed as a word and put your commentary (not a real word, but annoying anyway) on the page for that word.

    February 14, 2007