amorir – n. a United States flag that lacks one or more stars or stripes
Most elementary school children will be able to tell you that the first American flag was made by Betsy Ross.
What they are not taught was that she was also a social scientist who developed the techniques now used by Gallop and others.
It started when she asked a group of colonists what they thought of the flag she had made. This was the origin of … the flag poll.
Q: What do pirates from India call their flag?
A: The Jolly Raja
“Woop woop! A little flag on top!”
– Ms. Signs
“Rainbows belong in the sky and on flags, not on your paper”
– Ms. Signs
Q: What’s red, white and blue and has lots of arms?
A: A space creature carrying an American flag.
sotro – v. to flip an American flag around
pelphrey – v. to point a stick at flags
sutchiff – n. a blanket used as a flag
flagette – n. a small flag
pube – n. a plastic flag
presidiny – v. to stand directly under a U.S. flag while saying the Pledge of Allegience, forcing you to look directly up…it sucks
oboa – n. a country’s flag used as a doormat
flaglesspole – n. a flagpole that has no flag. AKA a pole.
flagget – n. a derogatory word for a cheerleader flaggy; a boy cheerleader that has a flag
Ex. Call in the flaggets!