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
After 10 shots of jaeger I was dumbstepping so much it may as well have been on the yellowbrick road.
"Gosh I'm so clumsy, every time I walk across that rug I footflop. "
like flip-flop since they make you do it so much.
*snicker* "Nice skiptrip."
from the greek letters of the alphabet, omega (the last) and alpha (the first)
FinitiantBy: Lachlan M Burke
Derived from the latin words 'finis' and 'initiem' describing the beginning and end- the incorporation of both together shows a bond and tie- therefore in a linguistically sense, perfectly appropriate
"That director thinks he's so clever, bookending all of his movies like that."
Karmic Punching BagBy: Awkward Agent
"I'm so unlucky, I must be God's Karmic Punching Bag."
It is an emotionally powerful phrase to describe terrible luck and misfortune.
Life ClownBy: bobloblaw
Oh man, Sean is such a life clown- he locked himself out the house with no shoes on again.
I can't believe you life clowned that interview the other day.
"Sorry about the thought-talk about licking the sledgehammer. Dave. Was thinking about Miley Cyrus for a bit."
When a thought turns into talk, without any build-up
"Sorry, I must have been thunking about rotten potatoes. What were we talking about,"
Because, It's funky, and you're thinking.
"Oh shit that was infartinitessimal oh shit everyone smells it oh god."
Infinitesimal = so small it shouldn't be bothered with
For whom the smell tollsBy: paper92
Even ACDC needs to pass gas sometimes...
The second plageBy: WATHERII
I made The second plage in the hall. Man that smelled bad!
MendaciBy: Jellyfish? Jellyfish!
I believe "fiance" is derived from the French for "betrothed" which is a variation of "to promise." Since there is no direct antonym, I thought I might back it up a bit more and take a note from the latin origin of "fiance" which is "to trust." Thought the best antonym then, for a soon-to-be divorced person would be from the Latin "Mendacium." A lie.
Poor pendingBy: JoMo807
Will have less money
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The situation when you are on a random video spree (just watching random Videos, eg. on YouTube) and you see two interesting videos on the right in the suggestions, and you don't know what to watch, if you want to click on just one and forget the other(s) or open the other video(s) in new Tabs
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