Verboticism: Whyunwise

'Why did I come into this room?'

DEFINITION: n. The moment of loss, hesitation and confusion, which occurs when you enter a room and immediately forget why. v. To forget why you entered a room.

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Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: why - un - wise

Sentence: Whynona, lived in a whyte house. She walked down her whyte hall, to her whybrary room, but when she got there, she asked herself "Why?" Over and over, her searching mind, asked the eternal whyning question: "Why am I here?." By and by, she had to admit she did not know. She remained whyunwise! Shelving it, for the time being, she was heard muttering "Anybody got a whys cracker?"

Etymology: Why: asking for a reason. Unwise: not having the answer. Abreviated form: y & y's ... related to m & m's ... cause I'm wishing this were a sweeter creation ... instead of the usual so and so!

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Comments: Whyunwise

silveryaspen - 2008-03-21: 01:33:00
Oh ... by the way ... Whynona's house is not in Whyoming! Her song of the day is Why? Why, oh why did I ever leave Whyoming."

Nosila - 2008-03-21: 02:05:00
I don't know why, but I love the story. Maybe Whynona will see a whynoceros if she drinks enough whyne. Why, Why, Why, DeWhywa???

silveryaspen - 2008-03-21: 02:38:00
I am enjoying your enhancements above ... to story and music both! That is much better song!

Jabberwocky - 2008-03-21: 11:50:00
whys words

OZZIEBOB - 2008-03-22: 00:53:00
Some many questions; some few answers! Great sentence and words!

Mustang - 2008-03-22: 04:36:00
I think maybe Whynona is simply a whyner, or maybe a whyar? I would hope she'd whyse up.

silveryaspen - 2008-03-22: 14:18:00
So glad this was good for inspiring a few more creative laughs!