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Funnovation

Literally a "fun innovation" ="Old Navy Funnovations Inc.--where all the Old Navy Funnovations come from." Etymology : Blending of 'fun' and More…

Funny

a witty quip Stewart had made an ironic and funny observation that was not a pun or a joke. Saying “Stewart made a witty quip” does not have the same effect. The person also More…

funny

a witty quip The speaker said this after Bill made a humorous observation. It wasn't a joke or a pun - there was no one word to describe what he said, so the speaker made a new word. Funny More…

FUNNY

A joke; a humorous comment or remark, sometimes unintentionally humorous. =Did I make a funny? Etymology : zero-derivation of adj. funny =Conversation

funny-ha-ha

Humorous, amusing Speaker was seeking a colorful and humorous way of expressing his own merriment. This is especially desirable in a setting in which people are already laughing, as it More…

Funplex

a building in which a variety of activities are available, such as bowling, games, and jungle gyms This combination is used in order to capture an image of a complex or a building of fun. More…

funsies

(affixation) Fun and excitement (in an unimportant manner) =The suffix “ies” is often used when talking to little children. For example, “ouchies”. Thus, using this suffix adds a playful More…

funtastic

being fun and fastastic. =The funtastic magic ball is made of Etymology : Blending of the words "fun" and "fantastic". =In an advertisement of a toy product

Funzies

fun, entertainment =“Funzies” is typically used as part of the term, “for funzies” as a reason for doing something which is not of great significance, and is being done casually, because More…

Funzies/Funsies

Addition of -zies/sies appear to enhance the term, making the word lighter and looser. The terms seems to be popular among little children and adults speaking baby talk. It seems the word More…

FUPA

Fat upper pelvic area; the region around the hips; often synonymous with a ‘spare tire’. An acronym, FUPA means literally fat upper pelvic region. More abstractly, the More…

FUPA

fat upper pelvic area; the region around the hips; often synonymous with a ‘spare tire’ This word may have been used because the pronunciation of the word conjures images of the More…

fupa

fat =Used in locker room culture to jokingly describe someones fatty tissue. Etymology : unknown

fursplode

An action verb that describes what happens when the werewolves from the book series Twilight change form from human to wolves. It could be thought of as an explosion of fur. =I loved the More…

FURTHER-FETCHED

Beyond far-fetched =That's even worse. That's further-fetched. Etymology : Compound further and fetched =Lecture

Fushi

A sushi-like roll but without the raw fish. This word was formed not because it was necesary to descibe sushi without raw fish, but as a joke. It was a spur of the moment thing that my More…

Fussbudgetous

cranky or fussy; like a fussbudget Do new parents ever need an excuse to make up new words about their children? Probably a manifestation of the educated person's desire to use less-common More…

fustercluck

A situation in a state of serious disarray or confusion. =Ex: “Because the actors never memorized their lines, their play quickly turned into a total fustercluck.” Etymology : A modified More…

Futatonic

(ADJ) a. Brought on by contact with a comfortable futon, as in ‘futatonic coma’ or ‘futatonic sleep’. Can also be used to refer to an object that inspires the same apathetic lethargy that is More…

fux

("fuck with") to deal with, or work with. =It also conveys a meaning of liking something. It was originally coined as a play on the way that people from the New England region of More…


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