Verboticism: Crowhabitation

'I'll have to check with my security commander'

DEFINITION: n. A mother-in-law who lives with her married child and their spouse. v. To live with your mother-in-law.

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Crowhabitation

Created by: Nuwanda

Pronunciation: crow-ha-bit-A-shun

Sentence: It was never my intention to live with the old bird. But she and her friends kept flocking to our house to see the grandkids. I was that buzz-heard throughout the house that sent shivers down my spine. Finally, I decided crowhabitation was the path of least resistance. Sometimes I get a little down in the mouth, and my wife says, "Why so blue, Jay?" but it's better than robbin' the kids of their in-heron-tance.

Etymology: Cohabitation altered to incorporate crow, as in a hovering, pesky bird.

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Comments: Crowhabitation

TJayzz - 2009-01-21: 16:11:00
Great word

silveryaspen - 2009-01-21: 17:00:00
Puntastic sentence ... great tWITtering!

Nosila - 2009-01-21: 19:39:00
She sounds like a raven lunatic or at the least stork-raven mad. Owl bet you have been cooped up too long in that falcon house! Great word.

mweinmann - 2009-01-22: 08:18:00
fun word, glad you pecked it!!