"When you're sworn to secrecy, beanspilling is one way to lose a friend."
Based on 'spill the beans'
accidentally on loudspeakerBy: stofferz
when you accidentally forget to take the loudspeaker off your voice and say something a lot louder than you'd intended.
"It was so embarrassing! My voice was accidentally on loudspeaker. and everyone heard!"
Remember Randall from Recess?
I had an Aquaphany about what car i want today.
combination of Aqua and epiphany
This morning I was showondering for like an hour. (Pronounced "Sha-WUN-der-ing"). Combo of showering + wondering.
Shower TheoryBy: TheCookieMonster2673
I was washing up, and I thought to myself, "What if half of Earth's population went away?"
semi-colon strokeBy: Gehalgod
Stroke = desperately needed success or revelation after much labor (stroke of luck, stroke of brilliance)
Semi-colon = the missing character that often fucks up lines of code
"Dude, did you manage to fix that nasty bug?"
"Yeah, this morning I had a sudden epiphaline."
Epiphany + (code) line
"I finally finished that thing with an end feeling of relived-annoyance." "Why?" "The solution was too easy not to get but I didn't get in anyway."
Joke chokeBy: boofar
Dude... this hot girl made a joke at the bar, but it was loud and I made an ass out of myself joke choking.
Chuckle BluffingBy: MistuhJay69
My friends totally caught me chuckle bluffing when I was unable to explain the joke.
Almost a punishment for lying
Victor was erasing his things off his checklist, but little did he know he was erazing.
Combination of erase and razing.
Noun - I tried to erase that word but the other end of my pencil turned out to be a blunderbrush.
Verb - I hope this eraser doesn't blunderbrush my form.
I accidentally blunderased it
The BreadendBy: TheCookieMonster2673
Alan hit the breadend when he was going to make a sandwich; someone had eaten the last two actual slices
Nob KnobBy: Howe-Oh
"I went to grab a slice of bread, but all that was left were the two Nob Knobs that no one wants."
The two ends can be called Knobbies, or something similar.
that part of the bread loaf which is mostly idle or good for nothing i.e. loafer