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trisherina 03-06-2007 10:52 AM

hylactic: Term denoting children who are breastfed to kindergarten and beyond.

Tunesmith 03-06-2007 11:05 AM

hylactic: n. one suffering from hylactia, a syndrome in which one has an irrational, uncontrollable urge to clip another's fingernails (or less commonly, toenails)

Hylactics usually have a difficult time at social functions, as they keep prying off fellow partygoers' shoes to satisfy their clipping desires.

Marcus Bales 03-06-2007 12:12 PM

hylactic - An addict of exercise; c2 hylaxis, the condition also known as "second wind" or "running through the wall". Hylaxis is "runner's high", and a hylactic is someone addicted to the experience.

xfox 03-07-2007 01:01 AM

hylactic n. pertaining to any excuse to take a day off; akin to workitis or an exaggerated hangover.

So surprised to be hit with a hylactic episode Janet immediately called in to advise a temporary absence.

Coffee 03-07-2007 04:01 AM

Hylactic:

Nervous disorder that causes a person to go into shock when greeted.

Odbe 03-07-2007 07:11 AM

The “Okay, okay, it's an allergy!” runner-up tissue box is tied between daverbee for:

hylactic

Term used to describe anyone allergic to dairy farmers named Hiram.


and Finchy for:

hylactic: n
The medical term for an allergic reaction to hyacinth flowers, with symptoms characterized by violent sneezing eventually leading to oxygen deprivation and catatonia.



The “Are You Trying to Imply Something?” Subtle Fist-in-Face Warning Message was earned by dinzdale for:


hylactic n.

A poorly judged competition used to cover up for incompetency, lack of planning or poor time management of the judge in question.


Hyakujo's Fox scores the “Audible Snort of Amusement and Disapproval” commendation for:

Hy-lactic™ A newly patented brand of trousers especially designed for old and hipless men that creep up rather than down.

Even Ernie began to question the wisdom of the new Triple strength Hy-lactics when the nipple burn set in.



The "Boffin in a Coffin" Einstein Memorial Award relatively goes to Coffee for:


Hylactic: n. (astronomy)

The upper 1/2 or northern section of a galactic disc. Since "upper" could be subjective in galactic terms, the convention is to assign north as the upper portion based on an orientation of the disc when galactic spin direction is viewed as counter-clockwise. See also-Sublactic.

Our solar system is curently heading out of the sublactic and into the hylactic zone of our Milkyway galaxy


Coffee also wins the “Seems Straightforward but is Actually Kind of Clever” Gold Star Sticker for:

Hylactic:

Nervous disorder that causes a person to go into shock when greeted.


trisherina got the “That Explains a Lot About Society” shiny ribbon for cleverness for:

hylactic: Term denoting children who are breastfed to kindergarten and beyond.


Xfox won the Lucky Door Prize but wasn't there to receive it.

hylactic n. pertaining to any excuse to take a day off; akin to workitis or an exaggerated hangover.

So surprised to be hit with a hylactic episode Janet immediately called in to advise a temporary absence.


Tunesmith is presented with the “So THAT'S What You Were Doing Under my Desk” honorary silver nail clipper and quite accidentally lands the much-glorified Second Place for:

hylactic: n. one suffering from hylactia, a syndrome in which one has an irrational, uncontrollable urge to clip another's fingernails (or less commonly, toenails)

Hylactics usually have a difficult time at social functions, as they keep prying off fellow partygoers' shoes to satisfy their clipping desires.

Marcus Bales takes the “Way Too Logical” Book Prize and incurs the penalty of First Place

hylactic - An addict of exercise; c2 hylaxis, the condition also known as "second wind" or "running through the wall". Hylaxis is "runner's high", and a hylactic is someone addicted to the experience.

Marcus Bales 03-07-2007 12:06 PM

Note to self: do not be too logical when making up definitions when Odbe is the judge. Dammit.

The new word is:

fucoid

daverbee 03-08-2007 10:29 AM

fucoid

Android specifically created to insult people in their native tongue.

trisherina 03-08-2007 10:37 AM

fucoid: adhering impermanently, i. e. Post-Its.

lostsadie 03-08-2007 10:46 AM

fucoid
a large seemingly random mistake.

i.e. My company thinking to boost morale began a "FUN" campaign. They constructed Eight foot tall letters in the employee entrance spelling out FUN. The fucoid in all of this was that all you could see while walking down the 100 feet of hallway was the first two letters because the N was hidden behind the corner. Employee's have speculated that that is how the company actually feels about them...a giant "FU"

funkytuba 03-08-2007 12:42 PM

fucoid - an ominous lingering

After Vince made the french-vanilla-flavored coffee iin kitchen across the hall, the scent was fucoid throughout the floor, causing us to seek refuge outside amongst the smokers.

Odbe 03-09-2007 01:49 AM

fucoid (adj) Cloudy or murky with the implication of something too disgusting to think about.

They tried not to look at the fucoid waters of the sewer but the smell couldn't care less where they were looking and knocked them unconscious anyway.

Bman 03-09-2007 04:49 PM

Fucoid - (n) a practitioner of the art of making scary faces.

Coffee 03-09-2007 11:34 PM

fucoid n.

Sexual residue.

Fortunately, fucoid washes out of bed linen quite easily.

zenbabe 03-10-2007 12:00 AM

fucoid: (n)

Any internet poster that puts a cafepress link in their sig line.


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