Lollipop: A Dictionary, Part IIApril 7, 2010 at 2:15 pm | Posted in Giggles, Lollipop | 24 Comments
big boomies n.
the result when one’s father sweeps one’s knees out from under one while one is jumping on the bed; coll.: “Can I jump on the bed tonight, Daddy? But no big boomies!”
the piece of paper given to a customer at a store as proof of purchase; customarily called a “receipt”; coll.: “Can I marker on the CDs in your wallet?”
the deliciousness that is a package of gummy fruit.
in the morning adv.
the period of time immediately following sleep of any kind; coll.: “Where are we going after my nap in the morning?”
little splash n.
the exact amount of water allowed to exit the tub during a bath so as to avoid a timeout.
the triangular, red-bordered sign seen at many intersections that informs vehicles they do not have the right of way.
the result when too much milk is added to oatmeal.
Play-Doh, because it’s squishy.
clothes that must be worn when it is cold; includes much-despised pants; coll.: “What’s the temperature? Is it a warmies day??”
the top and bottom part of a banana where the fruit attaches to the peel; coll.: “Mommy, make sure you take off the yucky.”
Giggles: An Appendix
bye feet n.
the act of sticking one’s feet in footed pajamas and zipping them up until morning.
dip-it mouth n.
the sugary-delicious process of soaking a piece of waffle in syrup and eating it.
having a malady of the eye, including but not limited to tears, eye boogers, pink eye, or a wayward eyelash.
the state of any object resting or placed on its side; coll.: “Night-night, horse” (said gently as the rocking horse is yanked sideways to the ground by its mane).
having congestion; the characteristic of being congested.
What words, phrases, and expressions are in your family’s dictionary? Do you eat the yucky? Obey the mield?