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Wordnesday

Increase your vocabulary using Urban Dictionary.

Mascary ”” when a person wears a scary amount of mascara. “Although Melanie thought her mascara application was flawless, her eyelashes really looked like scary spiderlegs.”

Neighbornet ”” What you get when you connect to your neighbor’s wireless (or wired, for that matter) internet, with or without his or her knowledge. “Didja hear? Johnny connected his wireless ethernet card to his neighbor’s wireless network, and now he’s got neighbornet!”

Now, write them five times and use them in a sentence. Don’t you feel smarter already?

Wordnesday

Increase your vocabulary using Urban Dictionary.

20-Minute Rule ”” The rule that gives you the right to leave your place of employment 20 minutes after your boss leaves the building.

“Dude, my boss just left! 20-minute rule is in effect!”

5
1. The number of fingers on one hand, or a hand slap involving the hand and this many fingers.
2. The police. Short for “five-o.”
3. A number between 4 and 6.
4. Short for “five minutes.”

“Nice job on the 7-Eleven, man, give me 5! Now let’s hit up this Dunkin Donuts. Oh, darn, the 5 are in there! 5 of them, dawg! Better wait 5.”

Now, write them five times and use them in a sentence.

Wordnesday

Increase your vocabulary using Urban Dictionary.

Enterdrainment ”” Any passive form of entertainment that is so incredibly mind numbing that it sucks the intelligence from the listener or viewer; ultimately over time reducing (or limiting) them to a simplistic proto-human mental state, incapable of cognition or rational thought. Sports, Celebrity gossip, Country music, Talk radio, Call-in shows, Soap operas and Reality TV are considered by many to be enterdrainment.

Marble Ceiling ”” Discriminatory barrier keeping a certain class of people out of an upper echelon of American government.  Distinguished from a glass ceiling because not only is this class prevented from rising to the next level, they cannot even see what is going on up there. Coined by incoming Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi on Jan 3, 2007. “When my colleagues elect me as speaker on January 4, we will not just break through a glass ceiling, we will break through a marble ceiling.”

Now, write them five times and use them in a sentence. Preferably, the same sentence.