Pensitivity101 said thanks to Marla for providing our words last week.
What do you think these are/mean?
It’s a great word to describe some of the more inept police officers. The type who drops his doughnut in the car park, and then drives off with his paper cup of coffee on the roof.
With two Scottie dogs, and two cats, we have to latch the WC door during periods of constipation contemplation. It’s difficult to concentrate on the business at hind, with two pair of beady eyes staring at you, or trying to Stand and Deliver with a cat stropping your ankles.
When I should have been doing research to find the meaning of this word, I was busy not cutting down the cherry tree, and I was attacked by a purple Koala with a kumquat.
This is the new roller-coaster ride at the Brighton Beach amusement park. After a huge loop-the-loop, you go through a dark, tunnel section where they spray you with nitrous oxide – laughing gas. You come out scared shitless spitless, but giggling your face off.
That’s a good feed of albino asparagus – with cheese sauce.
Luckily, it was a type of extinct (If you’ll excuse the expression) flower. Historical records indicate that its aroma was enough to make a corpse plant pull up roots and leave the neighbourhood. The last example was crushed by a charging hippo in Mali, in 1874, and the only people who miss it are etymologists.
That’s when you think that you’re absolutely hilarious after a dozen beers, but no-one else does. It’s not wry wit – more like rye wit.
I was researching Scottish dialect, to try to get some inspiration for this word, but I just got so tired. I was absolutely exhausted, so I lay down for a little nap, and by the time I woke, it was time to publish.
The batteries in my hearing aids went dead, but I think they’re talking about a Heinz catsup/ketchup commercial from the ‘70s.
Borborygm was the tribe of natives in Mali where that last snollygoster was found. They were a strange people, dressing in feathers and flowers, with lots of strange makeup. Elton John is said to have purchased the rights to their story.