Monday, December 06, 2010

Fun Holiday Definitions from The KidDictionary!

The KidDictionary gives people long-needed words to help them adequately describe their kids. Here are a few holiday KidDefinitions for you from The KidDictionary: A Book Of Words Parents Need But Don't Have, by Eric Ruhalter:

JINGLEBERRY (JING-uhl-behr-ee) n.: a Christmas carol or other holiday song whose lyrics have been changed to incorporate potty talk and other themes contrary to the season the songs were intended to celebrate.

SHIRTURBED (shurr-TERBD) adj.: Annoyed state of a child who just received an article of clothing as a present.

RAMPAPER (rahm-PAY-puhr) v.: To ferociously shred through the gift-wrap on a present with no regard for the festive design nor the time and care that went into wrapping it.

SAINTNICKTRONIZE (saynt-NICK-truh-nize) v.: To feign belief in Santa Claus with hopes of a bigger Christmas payload. (See also: EASTERBLUFFING)

KODICK (KOH-dik) n.: The child who refuses to cooperate in the taking of the family holiday card photo.

SLEDENTARY (SLEDD-en-tehr-ee) adj.: A child’s state of being so bundled up to face the winter elements that they cannot move.

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