Neologism

Neologism Pronunciation [nee-ol-uh-jiz-uhm] –noun
1. a new word, meaning, usage, or phrase.
2. the introduction or use of new words or new senses of existing words.
3. a new doctrine, esp. a new interpretation of sacred writings.
4. Psychiatry. a new word, often consisting of a combination of other words, that is understood only by the speaker: occurring most often in the speech of schizophrenics.

I’m not schizophrenic (yet), so let’s forget meaning no.4 above.

Animosity (n) – Close to animals

Thunderbolt (v) – Run at the speed of thunder (also, at speed of sound).

Fanatic (adj) – Crazy about fans

Coffer (n) – One who coughs
(Also related: Coffee (n) – One coughed upon)

MAD (abbr) – Mom And Dad

Logical (adj) – Of or pertaining to logs

Font (v) – Past tense of ‘faint’, lose consciousness temporarily

Invoice (n) – Voice inside your head that only you can hear, usually signs of mental imbalance

Decrease (v) – Remove creases or wrinkles from a fabric

If you feel I deserve to be flayed mercilessly for murdering the english language in cold blood, join the long queue in front of my house. My house address? Heh heh, you really think so?

Ok, let me explain: I’m completely out of ideas for an *cough* entertaining, no-nonsense blog post. And I hate to keep the blog un-updated for you both who’re probably the only ones reading it. Something’s better than nothing, right? So there you go! (If you think nothing is better than nonsense, why, pray, are you still reading this?)

Hmm, it’s no use. Beam me up, Scotty! This planet sucks!

P.S: If you’re a silent reader of this blog, could you please leave a comment on this one so I can know how many people are interested in seeing me getting flayed? You can do this even if you’re a first timer (and..er..the last timer) to this blog. Thanks much.

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