Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Word Verification Wednesday!

Yes kids, It's that time of week again!

Word Verification Wednesday!!

It's time to give definitions to those strange jumbled letters that some of us mean bloggers make you all type before leaving a comment!

If you don't know what I'm talking about, go here and here and be sure to read the comments.

This week, Damama came up with a new category of defining the words which she calls a Max-ism. For example;

W.V.: LATSTIC - Max-ism: Also my big boy underwares have latstic in them.

Bonus points to anyone who can come up with a Max-ism. The word "also" must be used in the definition/sentence.

Please remember that this is not a competition, but an exhibition. Please, no wagering.
(bonus points to anyone who can tell me where that was from. If you know, you're probably as tired as I am)

The rules are still the same.

1. Nothing rude, crude or unrefined. Please keep in mind that my kids read my blog.
2. You must use the ACTUAL word, no altering the word (unless it makes it funnier, then it's OK)
But then again, if you changed the word, how would anyone know? We'll just have to use the honor system for this one. OK?
(You can, however, refresh the page as many times as you want to get a word that you like.)
3. And yes Jo, there is still no mocking of the other contestants. (or me)

All of you have given some really funny and well thought out definitions, and for that, I thank you!

There you have it kids!

Go forth and define!!


Alison Wonderland said...

Tredg- A red hicky like spot resulting from the use of a specialized syringe. ;)

Laura said...

Poloidis - also any repeat injury caused from playing polo. Slang use also used in Mommy circles when also referring to a mother who gives unwanted advice and the general consensus is that she should "also get off her high horse!"

MamaHenClucks said...

Used to encourage small children to move quickly. As in, "Get in the car, sproniti. Sproniti, sproniti, I said!"

Annette Lyon said...

mogees--What the farmer says he needs when running out of poultry to sell at Christmas time.

Laura said...


Really? I can't be unrefined? Bummer. It'd just be a good science lesson. And this one is like a three year old's pronunciation of the word!

Valerie said...

wission - i hope they call me on a wission

the letter Bee said...

Padvis- A Trainwreck Utah Baby name. A combonation of the mother's trainwreck Utah name "Padtricia" and the dad's name "Travis".

Jo said...

Again with the no mocking! Are you scared of what I would say? Funhater.
floating yorkie terriers in a puddle or lake.

Davis Family said...

Grabifi -

Max-ism: I also did leave some "grabifi" on the sidewalk. (graffiti).

utmomof5 said...

scranat -- the snack of bread and water my three year old gets at during sacrament meeting :)

I think the Utah name one is hilarious!

Kristina P. said...

I don't have time to play right now, but are you coming on Friday?

b. said...


the creature that is created when you combine a handome prince and a frog.

b. said...


a healing ointment made from fat?

b. said...



b. said...


the combination of stamina and stimula.

Do with it what you want.

b. said...


"Ishipt the package via fedex yesterday."

b. said...


we all KNOW what that is

Aunty Em said...

It's Thursday now. Can I still play?

Okay, I'm going to no matter what anyone else says, I love this game.

Lesseso - Change your name to Less & then always tell your kids, "Because Les ses so."

Damama T said...

YAY! I won a prize! I pick an (imaginary) calorieless chocolate cake. No, the cake isn't imaginary - the calorieless part is! LOL!

My WV stinks, so I'm gonna give you a definition for Laura's SPREM: How dyslexic kids get their start?

ROFL at b.'s "mantag" and Aunt Em's Lesseso!!!

Damama T said...

Had to come over here and share a WV I just found over at Lost in the Woods with Nowhere to Hide:

Orpea: A new music medium developed from the screaming of toddlers who "gotta go peeeeeee, mooommmyyyy!!!!"