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Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: lard-ka

Sentence: She always gives herself flabsolution to overeat this time of year to put on her winter lardka. She never seems to worry about the June thongsequences of her indulgence.

Etymology: lard, parka


Funny! - remistram, 2007-11-21: 09:44:00

it's time to get the old Thanksgiving Day pants out with the adjustable waist - Jabberwocky, 2007-11-21: 15:03:00

Funny, clever & interesting! It is said" 'Clothes don't make the woman, but they often show how she is made!" - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-21: 16:53:00


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Created by: kathleen




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Created by: samsync

Pronunciation: fat-su-leh-shern

Sentence: In cold countries, it is important for people to consume more as they need the extra calories as fatsulation.

Etymology: FAT- : lard, oil -SULATION : from insulation


metrohumanx Can you fatsulate your attic to R-14? - metrohumanx, 2008-10-20: 13:35:00

Sounds very much like 'hiberflate'. I like it! - Mustang, 2008-10-20: 20:45:00


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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sin sool ayt

Sentence: We Northern Canadians try to sinsulate ourselves against our cold, 8 month long winter by ingesting as many heat-inducing foods as possible. Not only do we eat our native dishes like Mama Cheeseburgers and fries;Pemican; Chocolate Moose;Bear Claws;Reindeer Sausage;Arctic Char; Ukrainian Perogy's & Cabbage Rolls;Thai Cuisine;Italian Lasagne;Greek Moussaka;German Bratwurst;Mongolian Hotpot;Vietnamese Spring Rolls;French Bouef Bourgignone;Irish Stew;Scottish Haggis; Indian Masala, Samosas & Curry;Welsh Rarebit;Swedish Meatballs;London Broil; Spanish Paella;Cassoulet;Quebecois Poutine;Mexican Tacos & Enchiladas; Japanese Teriyaki and Shanghai Noodles, we also indulge in a few American treats: Kentucky Fried Chicken;Corn Pone;St.Louis Ribs;Dunkin Donuts and Ghiaradelli Chocolate. Yes, there are no borders we will not cross to sinsulate ourselves from the winter cold! And we wash down these meals with the appropriate international beverages. Thank Goodness for Free Trade.

Etymology: Sin(One of God's 7 things a good Christian should not do: (i.e: Gluttony;Greed); a faux pas or a fault or make a serious mistake;violent and excited activity) & Insulate(protect from heat, cold, noise, etc. by surrounding with insulating material)


metrohumanx WOW! That reads like the menu from the International House of Heartattacks......mmmmmm-pierogies! - metrohumanx, 2008-10-20: 09:43:00

Ok, now I'm hungry. "International House of Heartattacks." HA! That was "rootin' tootin'" hilarious! - lumina, 2008-10-20: 20:19:00


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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: burrrrrr gurrrrrrrrrrrr d

Sentence: she brrrrrrgirded her loins against the wintry winds

Etymology: burger brrrr gird


metrohumanx Hahaha love those LOINS! - metrohumanx, 2008-10-20: 09:45:00

tasty word - Jabberwocky, 2008-10-20: 10:53:00


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Created by: PD4402

Pronunciation: Hibery (pronounced like the word fibery) hi-ber-ee

Sentence: The hibery I feel is wonderful because I will not freeze over the winter.

Etymology: Too Simple to explain without making the meaning complicated.

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Created by: libertybelle

Pronunciation: sin-sool-ate

Sentence: Marcia continually piled stuffing on her plate during the Thanksgiving holiday to sinsulate her body against the on coming harshness of winter. It didn't seem to matter to her that she hadn't lost last years sinsulation gain.

Etymology: sin + insulate


Marcia needn't worry about piling-up her plate to cope with winter's harshness. She should remember that the wages of sinsulation are sable! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-21: 17:12:00


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Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: dahr-win-ah-bluhb

Sentence: He put on 50 pounds in the span of a week to help him endure the harsh winter months, but due to his sudden darwinablub his cholesterol levels became alarmingly out of whack and he had subsequently suffered a sudden stroke.

Etymology: Darwin (as in survival of the fittest) + blub (short for blubber)

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: hy-ber-glut

Sentence: With both of them feeling the need to hiberglut in order to put on an extra layer of blubber for the winter, Harry and Harriet would compete with one another, consuming as many high fat, high calorie foods as possible during the autumn months and especially at Thanksgiving and other holiday meals.

Etymology: Blend of 'hibernate' (to spend the winter in close quarters in a dormant condition) and 'glut' (to feed or fill to satiety; sate)

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Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: sal-yu-dee-liyt

Sentence: a bit of celludelite was always good at this time of year

Etymology: cellulite, delight


Excellent! - Mustang, 2007-11-21: 07:03:00

Nice word! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-21: 16:29:00


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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-11-21: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by remistram. Thank you remistram! ~ James

galwaywegian - 2008-10-20: 09:35:00
good standard today:)

Nuwanda - 2008-10-20: 22:51:00
Does anyone else get an error message when trying to vote sometimes? I think it keeps counting the votes I am trying to cast even though it comes up with a long string of unintelligible text.

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-03-16: 00:03:00
Today's definition was suggested by remistram. Thank you remistram. ~ James

'May I have the sweet potato fries? '

DEFINITION: v., To not feel guilty about all the weight you're putting on, because you need all the extra calories you can get, to survive the harsh winter climate. n., A type of fat gained by mammals in preparation for winter hibernation.

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