Verboticism: Uphillbothwaysian

'When I was your age, all I had was a lead pencil and a wooden brain!'

DEFINITION: A person who, using an example from their own life, steers people away from a line of speculation by reducing it to an absurdity.

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Created by: Kazizzle

Pronunciation: uh/pill/bowth/waze/ian

Sentence: Dad: ... in the pouring rain! Son: You're such an uphillbothwaysian, Dad!

Etymology: The hyperbole every child is told. "When I was a kid, I had to walk uphill both ways in 10 feet of snow to get to school!"

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OZZIEBOB - 2008-01-04: 04:32:00
100/100 for creativeness!