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AnWulf commented on the word gandermooner
gandermooner – A husband who strays each month, during the "time of month" when his wife is "unavailable".
From the Dict. of Obsolete English:
Gander, v. To ramble about without object.
Gandermonth, s. The month in which a man's wife is confined. Gandermooner, one who acts the gallant at that season. To go a gandering, to gallant during this season.
April 10, 2013
misterpolly commented on the word gandermooner
What's source (sic) for the goose is sauce (sic) for the gander.(sick)
January 9, 2008
reesetee commented on the word gandermooner
Get the little dickens typing as soon as you can--we need a new generation of Wordies to replace us when we're old and arthritic. ;-)
January 4, 2008
yarb commented on the word gandermooner
Thanks rt! I'm a big fan of babies, or at least, of my own.
Hey, congrats to you, yarb! All sorts of life events going on around here. :-D
January 3, 2008
Wow - I have two days left in which to gandermoon. Look out ladies!
chained_bear commented on the word gandermooner
Wow. That's really barfy. Did men not know about their own left hands or something?
January 2, 2008
Really? Amazing the things we have names for....
sionnach commented on the word gandermooner
A man who chases women during the month after his wife has given birth.
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