Okay, so here’s the problem, occasionally I make up words. John’s been reading some chapters in my novel. Last night he got to the part where I described the slanted ceiling in an attic bedroom. Slopey, I called it.
We both enjoy being loud.
Examples of John's spoonerisms:
- he wants a new Sable Taw for his workshop,
- he likes Dot Hogs for dinner,
- when warm weather finally comes, he’ll Wake a Talk around the neighborhood.
I want to see his Poetic License!
I just checked the Urban Dictionary. You should always check the Urban Dictionary when you think you’ve created a new word. “Slopey” means a protruding mass of flesh, like droopy male breasts. They can also be described as slopies. Guess I won’t use that to describe the attic ceiling.
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