Friday, August 19, 2011


Okay, usually I'm the one to supply the definitions. But why should I have all the fun?

(If you don't know what the hell I'm talking about, you obviously missed my previous verifictionary posts. Go here to get the lowdown. If you still don't get it, you can follow the link in that post back to another previous post...and so on. Like an Easter egg hunt.)

Anyway, so here's what we're going to do today. I'll give you a list of verification "words" I've collected while blog-hopping over the past few weeks. You tell me the first "definition" that pops into your mind when you see them.

(Or, obsess about it for hours and come back later with the most perfect definition known to man. Your call.)

To make it more interesting, let's call it A CONTEST. The cleverest--or silliest, depending on my mood--definition will win one of my infamous dumb and/or silly (possibly edible) prizes.

Prize to be decided at a later date. Yup, when you enter one of my contests you take your chances. Yessirree, it's risky business.

Come on, live life on the edge! DEFINE your gorgeous little tushies off! In other words, ENTERTAIN ME!

On your mark...get set...GO!











Rules: Invent a definition for any of the "words" above. You only have to define one to enter, but are welcome to go for all of them. Enter early, enter often! Overachievers will get extra credit.

Since I'll be out of town next week (on vacay at the beach, YAY!), and won't be entertaining you with my scintillating wit (tee-hee...yeah, right -- I can see you rolling your eyes...oh yes I can!), the contest will be open until midnight on Friday, Aug. 26.

I'll announce the winner on Monday, the 29th.

Have fun! And, seriously, don't take it too seriously. ;)


Michele Shaw said...

Winglert: When you're out with your wingman and they alert you to a hottie. "Incoming, hot blonde due south!"

Modic: Ummm, nevermind

Bedot: When you haven't slept in days from writing so much, it's time for bed overtime.

Teri Anne Stanley said...

Pranter: the act of exchanging witty quips (bantering) while dancing around in public places (prancing). Seen frequently near the Ministry of Silly Walks.

Carol Kilgore said...

stabias - what you do with a knifias
expea - a bean
modic - mojane's partner

Happy Vacation!

Jessica Bell said...

AMERME: A heart murmur that stops mid pulse.

BEDOT: Merlot's cousin grape.

DORSEST: The fraternization of objects that open and close.

STABIAS: Prejudice against stars.

PRANTER: A premature ranter.

MODIC: A sexual organ with facial hair. (in Australia, a "mo" is a mustache)

FLUMMUT: A floppy summit.

WINGLERT: An alarm informing you you have grown wings.

PLOTLENT: A 40-day novel fast.

EXPEA: Urine that once was.

Have a great vacation!

Susan Adrian said...

PRANTER: A reindeer on a rant.

STABIAS: Tobias in a really bad mood.

WINGLERT: That little alarm on the plane that flashes when one of the wings has ripped off. It's subtle.

PLOTLENT: "borrowing" a plot from someone else.

EXPEA: A former pea that has been smashed to death with a fork by a child who REALLY doesn't want to eat it.

Dawn@Lighten Up! said...

I got nothin. I suck at these. But I wanted to tell you to have. An AWESOME VACATION my friend.
:) .

Steph Schmidt said...

Oooo your price packet for the last contest was epic. The real prize is the fun reading the comments!

Unknown said...

AMERME: the America in my head...not to be confused with AMERU, which is the one in your head. DUH

BEDOT: when you just can't BESTRIPE any more.

DORSEST: kind of like incest...only it's when brother and sister doors get together to do the nasty

STABIAS: umm...let's not talk about what you got from that one-night-stand, shall we? okay, then.

PRANTER: half-growl/'s kind of scary noise, actually

MODIC: when you just want some mo di--er, is this a family blog?

FLUMMUT: when you confuse a mutt.

WINGLERT: alarm that goes off when your wings are clipped. the essential accessory for fallen angels...and woodpeckers alike

PLOTLENT: 40 days in which your plot stops works in observance its religion

EXPEA: peas that finally got out of prison only to be discriminated against...these peas, usually end up thrown on the floor/fed to the dog by children not wanting to eat their veggies

Judy,Judy,Judy. said...

I'm in a hurry, unfortunately, so I didn't read the post yet. Later today.
Just popped in to say (in a sing-songy voice) I found you - you're on my blog roll - now I can stalk you. hehehe
It's all part of my evil plan to find a way to get Daniel Craig out of your basement!
Congrats on the Debutante Ball.

Lenny Lee said...

hi miss linda! wow that was way hard but fun doing it. i got laughing at some of the neat answers. ha ha. i didnt do them all but heres the one i did.

AMERME south georgia lingo for asking a girl to git hitched .. wan amerme?

PRANTER cross between a preying mantis an ant and a turtle

MODIC the opposite of lessdic

FLUMMUT a mix breed dog from flumland

PLOTLENT a grave thats on loan

..hugs from lenny

Patsy said...

WINGLERT is clearly the warning that should go on the cover of any book that hasn't been properly plotted.

Kimberly Sabatini said...

PLOTLENT-Catholic writers give up plotting until Easter!

Bagman and Butler said...

After reading the comments, I just have to bow to their genius. The only one that comes to me is:

Bedot: A bidet for a bed for someone to lazy to go to the bathroom. Requires rubber sheets.

Kelly Breakey said...

I much prefer when you entertain us.

abby mumford said...

MODIC: a medic who only wears mod style clothes.

STABIAS: what you do with a spork.

PLOTLENT: how a depressed person walks.

Keriann Greaney Martin said...

I have a super long list of these verification words. I'm WAY overdue to write a post with some funny definitions. Here's what I came up with on the fly. Hope you're having a great vacation!

AMERME - What comes out when a toddler tries to say "a mermaid"

BEDOT - To cover yourself with dots.

STABIAS - The Greek name for someone who likes to stab

PRANTER - To rant while prancing

FLUMMUT - A flummoxed summit

PLOTLENT - To lend someone your plot. Hey wait, that's mine!