We haven't dragged out the verifictionary in a while, and my definitions are piling up. Figured I'd unload some of them today.
You remember the word verification dictionary, don't you? It's where we seek to define those odd strings of letters you have to copy into the verification boxes in order to leave a comment on some blogs.
Yeah, okay. Assigning them definitions is just a way to make an annoying waste of time a little more fun. You do what you can, right? I'm all about taking life's little lemons and making lemonade. Or, better yet, lemontinis.
*ahem* Anyway, you can find previous verifictionary posts here and here.
Today's additions (all of which, I hasten to add, were taken from blogs I read regularly -- maybe even yours):
ALITATA -- Alibaba's sexy sister.
ARCHANGI -- the lesser known plural of "archangel."
BODINC -- add "@" and you have the Twitter handle of "Body, Incorporated."
COPLI -- in a policeman-like manner.
FLACH -- short for "flatulant," it's the nickname for the kid in class who passes gas a lot.
FLUMSI -- what you call someone who is both delicate and clumsy.
LAXOPEP -- a caffeinated laxative, designed to ensure you make it to the bathroom on time once it kicks in.
NONNESS -- the state of being the opposite.
PSINASTR-- pretentious spelling of "sinister."
PUNGLUT -- what happens when there's just too much wordplay going on.
SUNPRO -- someone who makes money by tanning.
So, in your blog-hopping, have you run across any interesting strings of letters that we can warp into new words? Do share!