More Sniglets: (snig'lit): Any Word That Doesn't Appear in the Dictionary, but Should

by Rich Hall | Humor | This book has not been rated.
ISBN: 0020125607 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingsolittletimewing of Portland, Maine USA on 11/5/2017
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Journal Entry 1 by wingsolittletimewing from Portland, Maine USA on Sunday, November 05, 2017
Registered by solittletime, Portland, Maine, USA on November 4, 2017. Pre-numbered label used for registration. Paperback.

Reserved for the 2017 Never Judge a Book By Its Cover Release Challenge, hosted by Secretariat, which week 43 features author publishing under a nickname. [Richard Travis "Rich" Hall]

And for Also reserved for the November Ultimate Challenge, hosted by jumpingin, whose theme is double letters.

And for The The Challenge 2017, hosted by RockDg9.

As well as the 2017 TV Series Book Release Challenge, hosted by Davros-10. [From the hit HBO Comedy Series, "Not Necessarily the News" - on the front cover]

Some examples:

Exasperin: n. Any bottle of pain reliever with an impossible-to-remove cotton wad on top.

Pupsqueak: n. The sound a yawning dog emits when it opens its mouth too wide.

Joes of Arc: n. Tiny drops of Mr. Coffee that die on the burner after the pot is removed.

Burgacide: n. When a hamburger can't take any more torture and hurls itself through the grill onto the coals.

Caffidget: v. To break a Styrofoam coffee cup into several hundred pieces after consuming its contents.

Downpause: n. The split second of dry weather experienced when driving under an overpass during a storm.

Mozzalastics: n. Large deposits of cheese that stick to the top of the pizza box.

Released 1 yr ago (11/5/2017 UTC) at Little Free Library, Harry E. Cummings Center, 134 Congress St in Portland, Maine USA


Released in a Little Free Library at Harry E. Cummings Center, 134 Congress St, Portland, Maine USA, around 9 PM on November 04, 2017.

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