Fig-tionary – September 20, 2005

naughtly (Requested by edplue78)

  1. Function: adverb – Doing something with ease, as if it were nothing at all – Usage: Dave naughtly whipped together a meal fit for a king.




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10 Responses

  1. I read your blog while naughtly juggling coffee consumption and granddaughter watching.

  2. That sounds wrong for some reason.

  3. Why is it always fit for a king? Men will eat just about anything, including their own gym socks. I think women, and therefore Queens, have a much more discerning palette. Or did you mean that Dave can only manage to russle up gym socks?

  4. Have I ever told the story of Dave and the Chicken Parmesan?

  5. This word makes me think of things having to do with a ship – ‘nautical’ you know. I’m confused. Thanks, Jorge. Like I need help with that.

  6. Nice one! I naughtly work two jobs, spend time with my daughter and play hockey! Heh!

  7. I naughtly read blogs during my lunch break, but it was all for naught.

  8. LMAO at Jay (St-Martini-of-the-Vodka). Kings also eat pies with 4 & 20 blackbirds in them!!! I agree, Jay. A meal fit for a Queen would be much more appetizing. 😉 Cat

  9. Re: softball – I hadn’t thought of that, and I’m normally the front-runner in perverted thoughts. Oh well, that wasn’t what it was from anyway, damn it. Re: Tag – It might make 10,000 women run after you, but I don’t think we have the SOIP (smell-over-ip) technology yet. Sorry. You’ll have to stick with your one woman until then. (From what I hear, though, she’s pretty awesome, so that won’t be a hardship.) 🙂

  10. Don’t hate me for using literary conventions. My favourite “man food” commercials are the HUNGRY MAN pre-made food trays with 1 POUND OF FOOD! Like the weight of food matters in terms of nutrition. Might as well have cream corn and lead shot. That is heavy stuff!

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