Brainful (K): so smart you're stupid -- "Diane and I have three brainful children."
Butt-mix (M): essence of butt; obtained from the presentation of a naked buttocks to a piece of furniture -- "Mom! Rosie got butt-mix on my chair!"
Carmelly-Carmel (M): the name of a beloved brown blanket so old that its practically in shreds
Da-coo (M): Thank You
Earballs (K): your ears -- "You'll be up to your earballs in trouble!"
Eyeballzers (L): your eyes or eye glasses -- "Where did I put my eyeballzers?"
En-yo (L): Water --"May I have a glass of en-yo?"
Floor pie (K): something that is very good but found in an unexpected place -- If you spot a fifty-cent piece in an unusual place, you will want to say "Floor pie!" and fish it out.
Open Onion (L): your opinion -- I have an open onion too you know.
Purple cat (L): a term of gentle teasing from the book Brown Bear, Brown Bear -- "Youíre a purple cat!"
Scannerism (K): the television remote control
Time Taking Grannies (R): Little old ladies that work in our neighborhood shopping mall that perform customer surveys on products. They say "this will just take a couple of minutes" but they lie.
TV oven (L), Michaelwave oven (L): a microwave -- "My foodís in the TV oven."
tweird (L): too weird -- "That nail polish is tweird."
waffle-o (R): a toaster waffle (from Eggo), as opposed to real
homemade waffles -- "I like my waffle-o's with cheese."
Blasted-bowl-it (M): a vile oath -- equivalent phrase: "Darn, I hate when that happens."
Bleeka-bleeka (M): an attention getting phrase -- equivalent phrase: "Hey everybody, look at me. I want to talk but have nothing to say!"
Dad's the government (R): from the southern expression "dad-gum-it"; another vile oath -- equivalent phrase: "Blasted-bowl-it!"
Joe (R): way cool; turbo -- "Its so very joe!"
OY (L): hello; an exclamation; YO! spelled backwards -- "If you want to be joe, just say OY!"
Pleebe (K): a suppliant enunciation; please -- "Pleeeeeeeeeeeebe."
Polly-wolly (L): crappy -- "I donít want to buy that polly-wolly shirt!"
Rubble-flagum (R): "How do you do?"
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