Why do you keep looking at your spoon?

DEFINITION: To steal a look at your reflection in a window, mirror or other reflective surface; often done furtively so not to be seen as vain.

Why do you keep looking at your spoon?

VERBOTICISMS: (Invented words created by the Verbotomy Writers)

Arroglance: /ar-ro-glance/ David took a arroglance at himself in the car mirror, not to check the tailgater, but to make sure his hair is perfect. Etymology: arrogance, as in vane/glance Created by: toadstool57.

Windowcopping: /winn doe kop ping/ she windowcopped her way down high street and assured herself she looked great, but, having stepped in three different sample of dog excrement while checking herself out, she didn’t smell really as good! Etymology: window-shopping, copping a look. Created by: galwaywegian.

Narcissusneak: /nar-SIS-uh-sneek/ Marsha is a chronic narcissusneak. The other day she was checking herself out in a store window and walked straight into a street musician. Etymology: narcissus (myth. – fell in love with own reflection) + sneak Created by: Alchemist.

Slyball: /sly-ball/ Whenever she passed a reflective surface, she would slyball her image to ensure she was prim, proper and still pretty. Etymology: sly + eyeball Created by: Stevenson0.

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