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Chairdrobe (2)

noun; blending
The pile of clothes that has accumulated on the back of your chair because you’re too lazy to actually put the clothes away
 
Generally used in a sarcastic/accusatory context when you want to call someone out for being messy/too lazy to clean their room. It’s not used often; it’s more like one of those words you see in a meme on the Internet that finally describes that weird thing that you do, and you say “wow that’s so relatable!” and then you never actually use the word, but maybe you send it to your friend so you can get a laugh out of it. The word was probably created because there isn’t any one existing word to describe the clothes on the back of your chair.
Etymology : Blending of the words “chair” and “wardrobe”
Source : “Today’s Thing to Know is Chairdrobe: the pile of clothes you leave on your chair.” —theSkimm, a daily email newsletter, on 11/9/17
Last modified: 29 November 2017


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