TagDouble-Tongued Dictionary

paper daisy

paper daisy  n.— «Rangers have the unenviable task of picking up what they euphemistically call “paper daisies”—pieces of toilet paper left to blow around. Some people don’t even bury it.» —“Fraser Island a big toilet...

lazylancing

lazylancing
 n.— «Lazylancing is when you subsidize your travel with freelance work.» —“Recession Lexicon: Lazylancing” by Sara Clemence Recessionwire Aug. 5, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

T-Triple-P

T-Triple-P  n.— «Sampson accused Republicans of caring only about “T triple P—titles, power, pork and patronage.”» —“Democrats say they want to get back to work” by Cara Matthews Politics on the Hudson (New...

momshell

momshell  n.—Gloss: An attractive mother. Note: mom + bombshell «Her boobs do look more full. Hmmm, could be that she’s no longer unhealthily skinny and that she’s had kids. Three cheers for the ultimate momshell!!!» —“Catherine Zeta...

Iran-geles

Iran-geles  n.— «The US, they told me, was a good place and many Iranians migrated there, especially to Los Angeles, which they had taken to calling “Iran-geles.”» —“Sky’s the limit for Iran’s night callers” by...

flabby-pack

flabby-pack  n.— «It’s hard not to laugh when Will Ferrell, who can be very funny when given something actually funny to do, takes off his shirt to brandish his flabby-pack, a ritual unveiling now apparently written into all his...