"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.
"When he saw he'd passed up $3.99 only to see $4.03 down the road, Jim was flabbergassed."
the octane gambleBy: boofar
"Well, shit. I took the octane gamble at the last interstate exit, and now it's a dime more expensive in this town... "
never bet against the house!
I was disgasted to see gas more expensive closer to the airport
"Great, my wife is going on a business trip. Party-of-One for me this week. :) :( "
I just peed in the sink because I'm on a wifecation
unchaperonityBy: Coleman Falcon
He felt an immense unchaperonity after the vicar left. What was he to do now that there was no reason to hide his affections? The excitement had fades with the danger of being found out.
"I can't ever remember that dude's name... total heyman to me. "
Avoid using their name by saying "Hey, man..."
John D'ohBy: DonGaspacho
After talking for twenty minutes with that John D'Oh, I just gave up and hid in the bathroom.
"Heymate, what the fuck did you do with my frenulum!?"
As opposed to the American-English term "Heyman", "Heymate" is more common in the Southern Hemisphere after ripping banjo strings.