Thursday, July 25, 2013


Meaning: An amateur with no academic qualifications who passes himself off as an economist.
Pronunciation: Ecko-norm-mist.
Usage: There are way too many libertarian echonomists these days who just parrot what they read on the net.
Root: Echo (to resemble or imitate) + Economist.

Monday, July 22, 2013


Meaning: Habitual violator of the law.
Pronunciation: Lex-sent-trick.
Usage: Ignorance of law is no excuse for being lexentric.
Root: Lex (Latin for 'law') + Eccentric (Deviant).

Saturday, July 20, 2013


Meaning: Buying 2 for the price of 1.
Pronunciation: Froo-gull-bun-dhee.
Usage: In off-seasons, brands dance to the tune of frugalbandi.
Root: Frugal (Save) + Jugalbandi (a duet)

Thursday, July 18, 2013


Meaning: The act of insulting women.
Pronunciation: Lass-fay-me.
Usage: MCPs take pride in indulging in lassphemy.
Root: Lass (Lady) + Blasphemy.


Meaning: A horrific parody.
Pronunciation: Scary-kay-cher.
Usage: History repeats itself thrice. First as tragedy, second as farce, third as a scarycature.
Root: From 'Scary Caricature'.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013


Meaning: Being less feminine.
Pronunciation: Af-fay-me-9
Usage: After her sex change operation, Michael felt affeminine.
Root: Af-(prefix meaning 'off or away') + Feminine.
Variations: Affeminate & Affemination. Affemination is the equivalent of emasculation.

Thursday, July 11, 2013


Meaning: Four word poem.
Pronunciation: Foe-poe.
Usage: Fopo is a creature made for the twitter generation.
Root: FO (sounds like 4) + PO (Abbreviated form of Poem).

Tuesday, July 02, 2013


Meaning: A possible name for a future country with only LGBTs as citizens.
Prounciation: Ploo-war-cuss.
Usage: The way the differently gendered are being treated, I won't be surprised if an uprising begins for a Pluvarcus in the next three decades.
Root: From Pluvia (Latin for rain) + Arcus (Latin for bow). The rainbow flag is the symbol of the gay pride movement.