Fig-tionary – May 01, 2005

yeterday (Requested by princess_castle)

  1. Function: noun – A day yet to arrive, on which a highly anticipated event will be taking place – Usage: Yeterday I will be a millionaire!




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7 Responses

  1. Interesting concept you have there… I like “toborrow” meaning “I swear that I’ll give you back your favorite black dress tomorrow” (even though you know that it will be returned with stains and smell like cigarettes). How are you doing today Jorge? I like the Hai-Kuuls…even if Bockey isn’t a game… Ah, I’m desperate for Hockey to come back… When’s that going to happen Jorge? Or do you think that we are all destined to watch watch ping-pong tournaments in pubs for the next millenium? *sigh*… Alright…I’ll stop whining… Have a good one doll.. Drea

  2. Yeterday, good example. I find that I occaisionally type something like “th eend.”

  3. Drea: Toborrow? GENIUS! 🙂 I’ll leave you a response on your blog for your questions. Shellie: Was that a request? 🙂

  4. I need to be less anal-retentive about my spelling and grammar so I can get in on this Fig-tionary bandwagon. Approval for T.O. training hopefully getting signed off today. The first Toronto beer will be on me. What do you Torontonians drink anyhow?

  5. We drink Beer. I drink Guiness. You’ll have to give me all the details.

  6. lmao…tht ws one of a kind!!!! lol awesome! lol

  7. LOVE this one…I might have to incorporate this into my regular speech…could be fun to try. I always try to use new made-up words (i.e., Leg ends…this means “ass” or “butt” or “bum”..you get it?)

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