The Oxford English Fictionary

Defining words that aren't real. yet.

Popalypse (noun): the turning point in one’s life when one’s sense of humor irreversibly transitions to a permanent state of dad joke humor.

(word submitted by poseidon9210)

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Fedorable (adjective): characterizing the state of self-delusion that one suffers when believing he/she looks good while wearing a fedora.

(word submitted by wolfesbrain)

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Werehaus (noun): one who, during the night of a full moon, turns into a brick two-story residential building, as described by the song “Brick House” by the Commodores; this term is notably different from ‘werehouse’, as when you ring the doorbell of a werehaus during the period of transformation, a bell does not ring, but the building will instead angrily scream at you in German.

(word submitted by sjonrefur)

Warmway (adjective): characterizing the direction of the path one takes on one’s trip into the afterlife if more than a few poor decisions have been made.

(word submitted by Maria)

Head-bashery (noun): like head-banging, but done by someone with no energy and rhythm; in effect, pathetic head-banging.

(word submitted by jennexd)

Contankereiteration (noun): an seemingly endless series of tantrums thrown by someone who is either unable to mature to adulthood or is still an actual baby, the latter case being far more understandable.

(word submitted by TJ)

Splerp (noun): the sound one makes upon suddenly transforming into a gelatinous blob.

(word submitted by Rick)

Sctumptious (adjective): the characterization a person uses to describe a tree when attracted in a sexual manner to the tree.

(word submitted by kinkatia)

Wherthun (noun): the state of being completely lost in the time-space continuum and, against every fiber of your being, having to stop and ask for directions.

(word submitted by greghorst)

Werehouse (noun): one who, during the night of a full moon, turns into a brick two-story residential building, as described by the song “Brick House” by the Commodores.

(word submitted by Dan)

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Wunderstorm (noun): a dramatic, dangerous weather event formed by the collision of two fronts, extreme temperature, and the power of a pyrokinetic kid with an overactive imagination.

(word submitted by Aren)

Juxtapolitician (noun): a political figure who automatically denounces the stance, proposal, beliefs, or achievements of his/her political opposite, just because he/she is the political opposite.

(word submitted by TJ)