New word ideas

New word: Slope

Okay, it’s not really a new word. But here’s a new definition for it. slope noun 1) A merging of two words: slow and dope. “I’ve been so lazy at home lately, i’m feeling like such a slope.” 2) Someone who has the feeling that things are heading downhill.

new word: nightenorning

nightenorning n. 1. The period between night and morning. “Oh wow, it’s 4am, where did the time go, I should really get a couple hours sleep. Good Nightenorning.” [Middle English, from Old English niht.] [Middle English, from morn, morn.]

New word: brainblow

brainblow n. 1: When something blows your mind: “Oh my, you just gave me a brainblow.” brainblow v. t. [imp. & p. p. Brainblowed; p. pr. & vb. n. Brainblowing.] 1. To blow one’s mind. 2. To affect with great wonder; astonish: “She just brainblowed me away.”