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Many years ago I read Douglas Adams's "Meaning of Liff" and ever since then, when faced with a situation that's impossible to describe, I wish that Douglas was here to give it a name. Now he's thrown in his mortal towel, we'd like this page to be a tribute to the man!
Please leave your suggestions in the comment box below. Let's rewrite the dictionary together. Know a real term for one of these? Tell us about it, these words need to be used!
Zhe: He or she
Zher: Him or her
Wingger: The exaggerated wave given to someone who tried to stop you from merging, unsuccessfully
Gooby: One who constantly posts motivational sayings to their Facebook wall
Indeafiness: Temporary deafness in dogs and children being called for their baths
Bloobs: Facebook profile cleavage displayed by your single, middle aged, boozy neighbour
Spitokie: The resentment you feel towards someone currently winning tons of cash on a pokie machine you recently vacated, broke
Snagglenet: Being unable to look away from someone's bad teeth
Prepeater: A single phrase repeated dozens of times daily to a pre-schooler, such as "leave the cat alone"
Notograph - A widely distributed photograph of a large group where everyone looks fabulous but you. This is a condition largely associated with year books.
Chillplexed: An inability to get the air-conditioning temperature just right
Dogtug: The force generated by a dog compelled to walk a foot further ahead than the lead holder.
Sandango: The awkward moves used to minimise underwear sand uptake when getting dressed on a beach
Bugovia: The way your skin feels when watching videos about cockroaches
Mistopic: Pretending you're not blind on a hot day when your sunglasses are foggy but nobody can tell
Cyclangst: Secret dislike of cyclists who ride two or more abreast on a busy road
Pewlow: The breath smell that remains after overnight drool has dried into your pillow
Owno: The telltale sound that means a child has broken something important
Grerror: Finding an error in an accounting process that means starting over from scratch
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