Thursday, October 15, 2009

Fun With Twisted Linguistics

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If you can define these WordVer blasfomys, you will have my undying admiration. I'm not even going to try because I have a raging headache. Just looking at these things is making it worse, so I leave it in your capable hands. Have fun! And Happy Thursday.

nothrog
genonin
afocle
ranatti
nuern
pubtesso
phaste
disvn
ornabl
comir
entspe

6 comments:

g-man said...

Sherry Dear...Comir, so I may Phaste your Pubtesso.

(God I love your Pubtesso)

:PPPPPP

Serena said...

Since I'm not sure what that is, Galen, I think I'm just going to run in the other direction. You'd better not be dissing my cooking abilities!:-)

Roxan said...

genonin-mass murder of nincompoops

phaste-What phantoms used to keep their evil grins pearly white.

Serena said...

Those are funny, Roxan. And oddly enough, they actually make sense.:-)

Skunkfeathers said...

nothrog: alien translation of blog

genonin: slaughter of gelatin by the bacon grease adherents

afocle: arrr, matey, it's a bloody part of the ship, doncha know...

ranatti: celebrity reporters that will rat on anyone

nuern: I bwoke the old one, so here's a nuern..

pubtesso: a popular beverage emporium in Milan

phaste: quick to misspell

disvn: making fun of 'vn'

ornabl: A new Snapple product squeezed from oracles

comir: a Russian mirror built for two

entspe: Hook had Spee executed after a bad day in Neverland...

Serena said...

You did an awesome job of definitions, Skunk! My mind is well and truly boggled.:)