Verboticism: Valenthin

'I knew you didn't want anything fattening...'

DEFINITION: n. A valentine gift which does not cause weight gain. v. To give a non-fattening gift as a symbol of love, which should not be interpreted -- under any circumstances -- as a comment on the recipient's weight.

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Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: val en thin

Sentence: Not a word by Peter was said, as on her valentine card, Bunny read: "Lettuce see if you carrot all for me, or if you'll just turnip your nose at my gift for thee." Bunny opened the boks, and to her choy, liked the long green, better than chocolate or soy. Together they crunched and munched, enjoying a great din-din. "Oh! Peter! You're some bunny! There's nothing wrong with your valenthin!"

Etymology: VALENTINE, THIN. Valentine - gift given to express love on February Fourteenth of each year. THIN - to be slim, or to keep being slim, that is to have, and keep on having, very little body fat.

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Comments: Valenthin

silveryaspen - 2009-02-09: 00:35:00
(Long green with a short future could also refer to money, double meanings from this funnybunny)

GlobalGallery - 2009-02-09: 02:03:00
Very clever. Hehe.

Jabberwocky - 2009-02-09: 13:28:00
lovely sentence