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'But I only see her once a year'

DEFINITION: To share greetings, hugs, and kisses with old friends and familiar faces, while you desperately try to remember their names.

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Created by: administraitor

Pronunciation: in-cog-neyes

Sentence: Many of her brain cells having lost the valiant struggle against Dom Perignon, Susan was forced to incognize most of the people she met, so successfully that everyone she called "Daahling" felt that they were best of friends.

Etymology: incognito + recognize


Nice job, especially getting "incognito" in there. - Dboozer, 2007-07-11: 21:01:00


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Created by: missmurder

Pronunciation: frots

Sentence: The boy frots alot.

Etymology: forgets+alot

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Created by: smartperson

Pronunciation: like-em-fis-sis

Sentence: i have likeemphisis abot you.


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Created by: Kyoti

Pronunciation: Uh-nohn-uh-mugs

Sentence: After 20 years, the family reunion was festooned with dozens of anonymugs I hadn't seen in years, although they had no trouble remembering me.

Etymology: Anonymous(no name)+mugs(facial)


pretty good! - weareallbeautiful, 2007-07-11: 17:06:00


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Created by: r0b0tj0n3z

Pronunciation: high-dent-if-eye

Sentence: Sharon struggled to hidentify her old friend.

Etymology: hi, identify

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Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: hay-yoo-ni-ted

Sentence: When Bob was heyyounited with the pretty blonde he had slept with ten years ago, he lost all chances of getting another date.

Etymology: hey you (greeting used when you can't remember someone's name), reunited

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Created by: alex26

Pronunciation: hoo-IZ-uh-tyze

Sentence: While the old lady was giving me a hug, I was desparately whoisitizing her to no avail.

Etymology: From "who is it?"

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Created by: realnutty01

Pronunciation: hello-what's-it-phobia

Sentence: Jim looked around and was filled with hellowatsitphobia at all the faces he knew but no names.

Etymology: hello- greeting. what is it- something you can not remember. phobia- a syndrome.

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Created by: HALibut

Pronunciation: rek-uhn-lahyz

Sentence: He recognliesed almost everyone at his high-school reunion fondly recalling that time they played that funny joke on old Mr. what's his face during that big assembly senior year.

Etymology: recognize + lie

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Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: re-hoon-yun

Sentence: the whole rewhonion had caused him a great deal of blanksiety

Etymology: reunion, who ... and nothing to do with onions... nothing at all


I bet Vidalia was there. - purpleartichokes, 2007-07-11: 09:18:00

and I'm sure Pearl showed up for cocktails - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-11: 09:31:00

When Gar licked Pearl (whose mother was Spanish) on the neck, she started chive-talking and accidentally leeked the news that she was having Gar's bulby. - purpleartichokes, 2007-07-11: 10:11:00

Gar didn’t appreciate Pearl springing the news that she had a bun in the oven and thought he’d butter spread himself thin. Meanwhile Pearl was running rings around the guests trying to find him. Gar finally managed to escape in his souped up car. - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-11: 11:28:00

Shortly after speeding off, he got a stinking feeling when he saw flashing lights in his rear view mirror. It was the poleeks. Garlicked powder off his hand and pulled over. He hoped they wouldn't root out his indiscrouton. - purpleartichokes, 2007-07-11: 12:11:00

However, since he’d crossed the border, the regular poleeks were joined by the Royal Canadian Mounted poleeks riding up on their horseradishes. Meanwhile Pearl and Vidalia had caught up and were sizzling with anger. Sauteying, there was a huge mix up and even though Garlicked usually relished controversy and was not one for mincing words, he found himself rooted to the spot with fear. After the dice up there were many tears… - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-11: 12:48:00

But they were young - in their salad days, so surely this latest pickle wouldn't be too jarring. And Gar could bagel night for Pearl's forgiveness. - purpleartichokes, 2007-07-11: 13:05:00

unfortunately, he was pressed for time - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-11: 14:03:00

But Pearl was looking so saucy in that scampi dress, that he couldn't help but sautee over to her. It was a really hot reonion. - purpleartichokes, 2007-07-11: 14:17:00

petaj and that's shallots folks. - petaj, 2007-07-12: 03:15:00


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