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KE's Word for the Week
January 26, 2014
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I've decided  add a word of my own making as I can on this page. I think @Forgewright had started this concept on Thoughts and it has gone by the wayside.

I have two words to start. The first one is is: Gulpololgy

Gulpology (Gulp all Ojee) is a near career path for consuming alcohol in high volume or by rapid manner in a short amount of time. One who frequents happy hour at the local pub would be known as a Gulpologist.

Second word is: Crappily

Crappily (Crap ill ee) is the way an individual feels after consumption of too much alcohol. The usual accompaniments to feeling crappily are but not limited to headache, nausea, fatigue and the desire to drink water by the gallon as well as stifle loud noise by any means necessary. Other symptoms may include the disinterest to participate in anything anyone may suggest and the wish to just lay down somewhere comfortable and be left alone.

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January 30, 2014
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Today's word as created by the Iron Princess is: Poeticness

Poeticness (Po et ick ness)  Not very poetic. Lack of poetic value. Not likely to be construed as poetry. Having no influence to anything that is poetic.

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January 30, 2014
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Love it! Except... the definition is actually the antonym, but that's cool by me :).

Wine is bottled poetry. ~ Robert Louis Stevenson
January 30, 2014
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Ummmmmmmm ?????? Okay.......... It's your word. It can be an antonym if you like............ even if it's NOT a real word.....................

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February 20, 2014
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Today's word is clockfuckery.

Clockfuckery (Clock fuck er y) One who is late for a meeting or appointment is guilty of committing clockfuckery. Person that infringes on another persons time. Can also be known as a clockfucker or clockfuck.

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February 20, 2014
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Poor unsuspecting clocks...

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April 20, 2014
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This week's word- Fukocious (Fa-co-shus) The feeling of being robbed of having a good day. One who has a bad day may feel fukociously. A fukocious feeling may easily be cured by consuming your favorite alcoholic beverage and may be avoided altogether by leaving your cell phone in an obscure place and participating in your favorite activity.

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April 20, 2014
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I missed this thread somehow, not suprising though when disappearing a month here and there. 

I love it when Bill tempers his gruffnesity with such amicable humor. His wide arch of emotional displays may prove his poetic prowlessness yet, whether he wants it or not. 

I'll never wind my old Railroad Engineer's watch the same way again.

Forgewright@BabyinaVikingHelmet.com 

I am a man with one distinguishing manner. I view life as a nonstop roll by circus. Whatever my senses signal to my brain, it is received as humor.
April 20, 2014
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That's not a real address BTW.

yet......

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June 27, 2014
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Tonight's word is Dishcrumpled ( Dish- crum- pulled) A woman that is angered over the actions of her husband while he has a really good time at a bar is dishcrumpled. Dishcrumpled females tend to not understand or just refuse to put up with a man having an excessive good time. They will also not get on the back of a motorcycle with a mildly intoxicated (or lit) husband. Further habits of a dishcrumpled woman include refusing conversation, disallowing the husband any apologetic advances and disinterest in sleeping with the husband.; 

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June 28, 2014
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Trishdumbskulled... Trish-dumb-skulled: a woman named Trish who is dumb in her skull from too much art, heat, and drinking 3.2 beer in downtown SLC and has to take a bike taxi back to the hotel because she's tired of walking and her husband has to pee. http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JTSk5cbaZso

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June 28, 2014
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Trishdumbskulled............. I like it!............. However I'm sure you'll at some point regret including your name in your new word. I've already found several instances where this personalized inflammatory insult are quite fitting................

Art= Yay!

Heat=Yay!

Drinking 3.2 beer= Gag! Aren't you experienced enough at your age to BYOB?

Semper Fi

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June 28, 2014
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Most of the beer gardens only serve the Utah beer... you can get higher point stuff, but its not as convenient. They do offer Utah microbrews, so even though its lower in alcohol, still tastes pretty good. Believe me, wish I could BYOB... the prices are staggering... $6 a cup.

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June 29, 2014
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That's why you guzzle half a pint of Tequila before you go in.

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