Ms. Tuti asked what Gooly would like to be when he grows up. He is like 45 now, so I pressumed Tuti really meant 'grow old' when she said 'grows up'.
So I said, "A jajabomist."
Do you sometimes think of a word and nod to yourself solemnly and wisely and wonder how the heckaroo (another good word only I know. Sigh!) can it be that it doesn't end up in the dictionary?
Ok, jajabomist is absurd.
What I mean is, sometimes you type a certain word..and you are certain that it exists but you see a wriggly line under it, indicating a spelling error which could also mean, the word doesn't exist.
Trikini. (I see the wriggly line)
And of course..
Goolypop. ( I see you, wriggler!)
These are good words. Completely useful. And sound just like English.
Oei? It's not New Year yet?
(Yeah, I am just talking crap for yet another New Year wish post. And everyone is too busy to play with me. Tee heee hee!)
So, HNY! Or H-Ni when you want to say out the acronym. Happy New Year is a tad too long to be repeated, no?
H-Ni! H-Ni! H-Ni!