"Great news, honey! We get to babysit the niblings this weekend!"
It's reminiscent of sibling, but with the n instead, which ties in niece and nephews
"I got into a nerf gun fight with my niblings at thanksgiving - I felt like a kid again"
I believe this is the actual word for this - https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/nibling
kinflockBy: Define Me!
"Last year's Thanksgiving was an utter nightmare! Somebody should really tell cousin Shayla to take a hiatus on the wanton procreation. We needed three turkeys to feed the sudden kinflock."
Are you suffering from the sudden explosion of nieces and nephews? Are you tired of all the precocious Braydens, Jaydens, Emmas, and Madisons in your extended family? Does your cousin Shayla randomly browse a high school yearbook and manages to sleep with every guy on the page?
Then "kinflock" is the word for you.
gust of gravityBy: mellowfish
"I was just walking along and a gust of gravity knocked me down."
Better than blaming your own clumsiness.
Note: A coworker of mine uses this one all the time.
It was so nice being with with my friends, out for a walk, then I faceplubliced
dog diabetes (attributed to David Thomas)
a Clark KentBy: i_love_lamp
"You'll never belive the Clark Kent I pulled yesterday while I was mountain biking..."
He's super badass, but no one ever knows...
I saved a cat from a tree yesterday but it was a total invisiwin
"I can drive my car now!! Except it's just a winvisible "
American CheeseBy: Blue Coins
"gettin' that American cheese feeling with one of my friends"
Stubborn/Dont know when to quitBy: lmaokk
i do this, i am both of these, people call me these, i should know
re- + (de) liri (ous) + -tent
"re-" meaning "again"
"delirious" meaning "rageful"
"-tent" is another invented form of "-ment" meaning "state of"
Example Sentence: Don't just be relirittent when you already lost.