Thursday, January 28, 2010

Word verification Balderdash (21)

This fun meme was started by Sheila over at One Persons Journey through a world of Books, and is now hosted by Ryan G of Wordsmithonia.
This is the weekly meme where anyone who wishes to play along can take those crazy word verifications they have had over the past week and apply a fake definition to them (much like how you play the board game Balderdash).

Here are this week's words:

arebacs - plural noun - anything that keeps coming back over and over again

bledenti - noun - a dental hygienist who is so rough that you end up bleeding all over your little paper bib

clolusn - noun - an unpatented chemical that is used to make antidepressant drugs for clowns and other children's entertainers

morstice - noun - the time of year at which the undead are at their most active and troublesome; the morstice was once believed to be around Hallowe'en, but it is now believed to occur in late June

pargum - noun - a type of chewing gum favoured by golfers; pargum is used in a game which involves chewing a new piece each time you're over par; bad golfers can end up with a huge wad of pargum by the end of the day

pughb - verb - to cough while the mouth is full; pughbing, if done properly, doesn't release any crumbs


  1. Hillarious, I can't stop laughing over some of these. Thank you!

  2. These are so funny. I think bledenti is going to give me nightmares!

  3. You've given everyone afraid of dentists another excuse to avoid going because of bledenti! *L*

    Great job!

  4. I like things that are arebacs, as most of my stuff gets lost and never comes home. I am sooooo glad I have not come across a bledenti, I think I would be really worried and maybe not go back to them.

    I have to say I LOVED pughb. I have had this happen to me, but for the most part mine are not done right. lol.

    Thanks for the great words this week. I just got mine up if you would like to stop by.

  5. Hah! :-D Those are good.
    The last one is surprisingly detailed. It could easily be a real word if people could pronounce it :-D