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'There's a donut in your DVD Tray!'

DEFINITION: n. A hiding place which is used to store emergency supplies like donuts, booze and candies. v. To hide special treats in secret locations around your home or office, so you can access them when needed.

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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: tch ub eeee ho llll

Sentence: what was concealed in the chubbyhole eventaully became obvious in all the wrong places

Etymology: cubby hole chubby

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Created by: kateinkorea

Pronunciation: CON trah BANK

Sentence: At the girls dormitory cigarettes, drugs, alcohol, and even chocolate or any kind of junk food were considered contraband. Sue thought life without vices was more of a sin than with them. Her life would be contritely bland, without her contraband, so she had a whole contrabank of goodies.



metrohumanx Good one! - metrohumanx, 2009-03-18: 04:25:00

Terrific one letter change! Excellent! - silveryaspen, 2009-03-18: 11:45:00

loved it. - mweinmann, 2009-03-18: 12:57:00


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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: chocolate drop

Sentence: Theo surreptitiously withdrew a Mars Bar from the chocalotdrop. Unfortunately he was spotted by the cleaner who yelled out "Mr. Bromine! so you are the culprit inviting all the ants into the office".

Etymology: chocolate drop (a sweet treat) + a lot (large quantity) + drop (a location for depositing things eg. book drop at the library)


Clever! - silveryaspen, 2009-03-18: 13:05:00


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Created by: behrouzi




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Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: stash-a-slot

Sentence: I see the problem with your computer memory... your stashaslot is full of sticky goo!

Etymology: Stash- To hide or store away in a secret place. A- Used before nouns and noun phrases that denote a single but unspecified person or thing. Slot- A narrow opening; a groove or slit.

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sto ree o

Sentence: People who did not grow up in large families did not understand the need to stash away treats from competitive siblings. Treats were few and far between and therefore had to be locked away, guarded or secreted in unlikely places in order to savour when the coast was clear. The old man's pride and joy was his new fangled stereo, complete with 2 large speakers. These speakers today are minute, but in the good old days, they were large, rectangular boxes, big enough to be pieces of furniture themselves. They were open at the back and the space behind them was large enough to store treats that were squirreled away until later, unseen from casual observation at the front of the unit. Hence, the stereo became the storeo. Hi-Fi actually stood for Hide & Find, not High Fidelity. You waited and watched to see which sibling paid unreasonable attention to an inanimate object, like a speaker box, and then you knew where his cache of goodies lay. It was psychologically impossible for him not to keep checking on the loot guiltily. When he was in the bathroom or outside playing, you then helped yourself to his treats. Of course, you had him, because he could not complain to the folks, or the old man would have his hide for putting his sound system at risk with melty treats, like oreo cookies. It was a perfect arrangement and it was true, the forbidden fruit always tasted sweeter!

Etymology: Stereo (reproducer in which two microphones feed two or more loudspeakers to give a three-dimensional effect to the sound ) & Store (to save;a supply of something available for future use) & Stow (stash something away) & Oreo (the famous choclate cookie with a white cream filling).


metrohumanx I've heard stories of snack-depivation. Kids secretly gorging themselves on sweet baking ingredeients- even molasses- just for the sugar. - metrohumanx, 2009-03-18: 04:31:00

What a storeovision! - silveryaspen, 2009-03-18: 11:53:00


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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: ohm-NISH-shynt

Sentence: Having several cleverly disguised hiding places around his home and garage for goodies he wanted to keep only for his own uses, Willie smugly considered himself to be omnichecient and quite clever.

Etymology: Blend of the prefix 'omni' (A combining form denoting all, every, everywhere; as in omnipotent, all-powerful; omnipresent) 'niche' (A recess in a wall) play on the word omniscient (all knowing)

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Created by: Negatrev

Pronunciation: Snak-pak

Sentence: John decided to snackpack his Mars bar, for safekeeping.

Etymology: from snack (Food eaten between meals) and pack (To put into a receptacle for transporting or storing)

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: leys-uh-wey

Sentence: Josh has more hiding places for snacks around the office than he can remember. He definitely believes in the Laysaway plan.

Etymology: Lays (a snack brand) layaway (an article or item put away for annuitized payments)

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: cash heer

Sentence: Penny told everyone that she was a cashier, but that was just a beard for the thing she did at home with booze, chocolate and potato chips. She would find a way to cachehere them all over the house. Tradesmen were always finding goodies when they were called in to repair things.

Etymology: Cache (secret hiding place) & Here (this place or location)& WordPlay on Cashier (person who recieves or pays out money)

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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-03-18: 00:01:01
Today's definition was suggested by Mustang. Thank you Mustang. ~ James

silveryaspen - 2009-03-18: 19:57:00
As I looked at the list of todays verbotomies in daily stats ... it struck me that we had a lot of new words of pots of old! (big wink/silly grin) But the clever creates are golden again today!

kateinkorea - 2009-03-19: 00:00:00
I came from a big family, so I was laughing by the first sentence. Good word.

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-09-29: 00:38:00
Today's definition was suggested by Mustang. Thank you Mustang. ~ James