Hello readers and fellogers, I will explain what that supposed misspelling is in a moment. I was reading a fellogers post and she has come up with a game that I have decided to participate in called “Bizzaroword” This game is the combination of using the replace keystroke, (which she was using while doing some word processing) and one of her fellogers games called “Fictionary” which consists of made up words and definitions.
So, here is the explanation, fellogers: noun, 1. fellow bloggers. 2. blog followers.
Now that I write it out, it seems kind of lame… it sounded better in my head, which is usually the case. Now let’s get started. Jenn with 2 n’s is hosting this game so follow the link below to get all the details so that you can play as well!
Now… on with the game.
1. Exodthem, adjective: a) the feeling you get every time you try to purchase pants and realize the oddball length of your legs guarantees upon exiting the dressing room the need to hem the bottom of the legs. (eg)
Marc waltzed out of the dressing room at Target and was wrought with exodthem as he passed the viewing mirror.
original word “Exodus”
2. Bettheyen, actually this a Proper Name… it is a Chinese Gambling game where you can “Bet the Yen” and if you win, you can get special seeds that allow trees to grow in the pavement.
original word “Between”
3. Conclthemion, Verb: ( an old English term, said while pitching Conch Shells at the Minions. a) the act or intent of causing physical impairment, preferably while wearing a helmet. (eg)
Egads, looketh out yonder window at the minions and prepare to conclthemmion them!
original word “Conclusion”
4. Constitthemion, verb (state of being) a) the act of having ones constitution confused with mental constipation. ( Often associated with students trying to have a life while at the same time attending college). (eg)
Mrs. Literary was caught in an onslaught of costitthemion while writing a three page essay yesterday.
original word “Constitusion” equals confused constitution
5. Ththem, pronoun… This word in most cases is pronounced them, however this adaptation may be used while having a procedure performed on you at the dentist.
original word “Thus”
6.Theyre, Proper Noun. While speaking “Pooh-Latin” this would be how you say Eeyore.
original word “Were”
7. Theme, noun: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/theme
original word “use”
8. Themurp, verb: a) group expulsion of air through the oral cavity, (usually after drinking carbonated beverages). b) to withhold or sieze use of a theme. (eg)
The holiday planning committee was forced to themurp using dog hair for the tree decorating.
original word “Usurp”
Budabudabuda That’s all folks” in association with “Merrie Melodies”
P.S. Spellchecker is having a kiniption right now!