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Created by: artr
Pronunciation: shēt fāst
Sentence: Tony was not given to drinking to excess but tonight was his little sister's wedding and he let it all go. When he finally made it to bed, he hit the pillow face-first with a thud. He went to bed sh*tfaced and woke up sheetfaced. If he looked closely, through those bloodshot eyes, he swore he could read the impression of the "Do not remove this label" tag embedded in his forehead.
Etymology: sheet (a large rectangular piece of cotton or other fabric, used on a bed to cover the mattress and as a layer beneath blankets) + sh*tfaced (drunk or under the influence of drugs)
funny - Jabberwocky, 2008-10-22: 11:49:00
Oh man, that is PERFECTION! - lumina, 2008-10-22: 18:37:00
Created by: xirtam
Sentence: When Susan looked in the mirror after she woke up from her nap, she saw a bedmark on her left cheek; a perfect impression of the flower she hand embroidered on her pillow.
Etymology: Bed: a piece of furniture upon which or within which a person sleeps. + Mark: a visible impression or trace on something, as a line, cut, dent, stain, or bruise.
Created by: purpleartichokes
Sentence: Wendy tried to make it look like she'd been up-and-at-'em for hours, but the bedvidence of her recently sleeping was clearly written in the slumburrows of her face.
Etymology: slumber, burrows
Excellent verboticism!! - Mustang, 2007-11-26: 07:02:00
Nice word! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-26: 20:50:00
Created by: hendrixius
Sentence: While catching a nap during her lunch break, Sarah awoke to find carpet related fortywrinks all about her face.
Etymology: "forty-winks" and "wrinkles"
Good word! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-26: 20:36:00
Created by: LotusB
Sentence: When he awakened, Carl noticed his face and neck were hurting. Thinking he had been bitten by a bug, he ran to the bathroom mirror only to find he wasn't attacked by bed bugs, but rather visaginen! His sheets attacked him in the night!
Etymology: Visage (Face) + Linen (Sheets, Linens, etc) = Visaginen
Created by: Mustang
Sentence: In spite of her concerted efforts to avoid the condition, Sheila continued to wake up every morning with a moderately severe lininjury from having slept with her face buried in the wrinkled sheets.
Etymology: Blend of 'linen' and 'injury'.
Created by: Nosila
Pronunciation: slum ber rum pulls
Sentence: On the morning after their honeymoon started, Wilma awoke with a bad case of the slumberumples...big red lines all over her face. Her groom, Will, thought it cute and endearing. Wilma ran to the bathroom and spent over an hour doing her ablutions. When she emerged, her smooth, creamy complexion had returned. She turned off the lights before she joined him in bed each evening. It took Will many years to realize that Wilma's skin had slumberumples 24/7 and during her morning routine, she was actually applying enough war paint and concealer to hide the awful truth. Yes, she had been born with what looked like a road map imbedded on the largest organ in her body...
Etymology: Slumber (be asleep)& Rumples (become wrinkled or crumpled or creased;to gather something into small wrinkles or folds)
Created by: TJayzz
Sentence: When Lucy awoke from her slumber she as horrified to discover that she was suffering the kipanwrinkle syndrome. Everything was clear when she looked at her sheets and saw how crumpled they were.
Etymology: Kip(to sleep) + wrinkle(a line or fold in the skin of the face) = Kipanwrinkle. See also Rip Van Winkle(a short story of a villager of Dutch descent, who slept or twenty years
Created by: MrDave2176
Pronunciation: POOS - pleet
Sentence: James lifted his head from the pillow and turned off the alarm before sitting up and looking into the large mirror behind the dresser. The pusspleats in his face formed a perfect map of Bolivia and he scrambled off to find his digital camera to capture it before it faded from view.
Etymology: puss (slang for ones countenance) and pleats (pressed creases in fabric)