cenuiba – v. to go into the bathroom explicitly with the purpose of writing a check
secree – n. the back room of a back room
lawyera – n. a fake lawyer
osangreli – n. a very expensive suit for a baby
paorbmeim – n. a diaper that is made to look like pants for a suit so that a baby can wear a suit
esquivel – n. a large bear-shaped container full of animal crackers that only costs 5 dollars
ygma – n. one of those things that takes a long time explaining because someone has little to no knowledge about the nuances between the things that are trying to be explained.
Ex. The ygma of sending an original email as an attachment and thinking that simply forwarding it is the same thing is annoying.
Ex. The ygma of a DVD that can play in a DVD player or a data disc is annoying.
manacho – n. fried chips made from the husk of a human
baservi – n. a girl that shows up on your online dating web site’s recommended list when you should only be getting guys, and there is no logical reason for them to show up (such as them saying they are a guy)
abagenai – n. a dude that shows up on your online dating web site’s recommended list when you should only be getting girls, and there is no logical reason for them to show up (such as them saying they are a girl)
jalt – n. someone who needs three cans of used shaving cream available at all times
uinalz – n. cotton candy made from Sweet & Low
unikkekko – n. a single-piece full-body anime cosplay outfit
patino – n. a duck farm
seeree – n. a classification of plot devices used in writing which the fiction (time travel/alternate dimensions) or things that do not actually exist within the fictional universe at hand (dreams/books) are used to lazily write-off any discontinuity or to retcon what you don’t like.
Ex. I’m not sure X-Men: Days of Future Past would have been as enjoyable if not for the seeree that was used to excise X-Men 3. None of that shit matters anymore!