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Wordy Wednesday: ‘Vocab101'

Vocab1018x61_thumb141_thumb2[1] For those who do not know, Vocab101 is my daily attempt to find a new and interesting word which could potentially be used in everyday circumstances. The words I find range from the obscene, to the unbelievably true and, of course, the colloquial. Thus, Hans’ Milieu now has a ‘Wordy Wednesday’.

Each Hans’ Milieu edition of Vocab101 will take place on Wordy Wednesdays and will contain all the words I have tweeted over the course of one week from the previous Vocab101 session (7 days, 7 new words). Furthermore, each Hans’ Milieu edition of Vocab101 will contain additional new words which did not make the original cut, but are just as tantalising/disturbing!

Vocab101:

  • McShame – The emotion felt while eating a super sized fast food value meal, alone in your car, before leaving the parking lot.
  • Bitchnut – When a guy acts like he’s PMS-ing through being bitchy and whiny.
  • Carbicide – The act of not eating any carbohydrates thus disallowing any ‘carbs’ from entering your body. Essentially carbohydrate suicide!
  • Urbtard – Someone who cannot spell, often omits vowels (eg: ‘lk’ instead of ‘look’) & usually uses the wrong words to convey meaning (eg: ‘there’ instead if ‘their’). Most children born in the 90’s and onwards are considered Urbtards.
  • Manscape – When a man trims & shapes the hair on his body, instead of removing it completely.
  • Eyemuff – Similar to an earmuff, but used to cover the eyes and prevent the viewing of unsuitable material.
  • Schnarf – To spray one’s drink out of one’s nose as the result of sudden laughter. Also known as the colloquial expression for ‘cocaine’.

Vocab101-isms which missed the cut:

  • Minge – Loose, shaggy vaginal pubic hair, that is not neatly trimmed, and may be somewhat fragranced.

  • Mangina – When a man pulls his penis and scrotum back between his legs (forming a basket of fruit behind him), and then proceeding to put his legs together,  to simulate the look of a woman’s vagina from the front.

I do hope that you enjoyed the first edition of Vocab101 and that you will return for some more Vocab101-isms in the near future.

Until the next time “Milieunairs”!

 

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