The natural (or make up induced) glow that comes with feeling satisfied and smug.
“Look at you prancing around with that gloat glow. Just because you beat me once doesn’t mean you’ll beat me again.”
An abbreviated form of synopsis. Particularly used when imploring another individual to give the abridged version of a seemingly intricate, multi-faceted situation or story.
“Why was it so horrific? What did you guys fight about? Give me the synop.”
Term used to refer to a set of words developed/invented by Clay Parker Jones.
“The Claytionary, while humorous and interesting, just doesn’t touch the Lucicon.”
The feeling a skinny person gets after eating past appetite satiation.
“I so didn’t need the extra brownies. I feel super bloats magoo.”
An endearing term for someone a little on the chubby side.
“His freshman year, he went a little hard at the dining hall and turned into such a fatty magee.”
Quite literally, an environment that a cat would enjoy. Typically characterized by a healthy dose of sunlight combined with a perfect place for plushing (see: plush).
“Oh wow. This room has amazing catmosphere. I could curl up right there and sleep all day.”
*Similar to Gemütlichkeit, which is German for coziness (Thank you, Johanna!)
To lounge and luxuriate in an incredibly comfortable, lavish environment with many soft fabrics and fluffy pillows.
“When I got a new bed, all I wanted to do was plush around all day.”
A cross (code switching) between Romanian and English.
“When Ana is on the phone with her friends from home, she’ll often speak Romanglish.”
Refers to a component in a meal that could stand alone as a snack.
“For lunch, I usually eat a sandwich and a snackaddendum like chips or carrots.”