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Fig-tionary – June 28, 2005

dought (Requested by princess_castle)

Actually the inflected form of dow.

starnge (Requested by princess_castle)

  1. Function: adjective – of, relating to, or characteristic of a celebrity. Extraordinary in relation to a celebrity – Usage: Jude Law is very starnge.

driends (Requested by princess_castle)

  1. Function: noun – An acquaintance that one dreads to spend time with. A dreaded friend – Usage: Mary went to answer the door and let out a cry of dismay as she spied her driend Esmarelda through the peephole.

echin (Requested by princess_castle)

This is already a word.

censear (Requested by Schmitgit)

  1. Function: transitive verb – To examine in order to delete or suppress objectionable content by utilizing fire – Usage: George Lucas held up the smouldering remains of the next chapter of Star Wars after it had been censeared.

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7 Responses

  1. conspiracy?? where?? who?? is it the government? 😀 Have a good one Jorge. Linette

  2. Nice.

  3. I love the driends. Everyone’s got a couple of those. They stink.

  4. hmmm….this gives me an idea for another haiku

  5. hey jorge! thanks for coming to visit and write insightful comments on my blog – I especially liked the brainstorming of ways to blackmail christian 😉 Your idea sounded a little alcoholic, but hey, it could be fun. Anyways, I’m sure I don’t need to say this, but your blog is awesome – I love everything about it – when do you find the time?! I feel like such an inferior-blogger. A newbie…which I totally am. Alright well that’s all from me for today! It was great to meet you, blog celebrity.

  6. Oh my, As much as I hate to admit it I had a roomate once who was a “driend”… It came to the point of my hiding out in my bedroom for days on end and escaping only on the way to work or when she left in the evening (did not happen much). OY… And you know what troubles me? It’s the fact that I am a very easy going person; there was always something about this girl though that I disliked; but I could never figure out or put my finger on exactly why that was… hmmm… Cheers and have a good day Jorge… Drea

  7. I love “censeared”. Can I borrow that one?

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