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Bad guys (noun) bag ahys "Watch out! The bag eyes are coming!" - Marilyn J., Wichita, Kansas
The nasal whining of a bored or frustrated dog. (verb) feep "The dog has been feeping for the last hour." - Margeta F., St. Louis, Missouri
When ice cream gets melty in a bowl. Not totally melted, but kind of thick and soupy with still some chunks of ice cream. (noun) mash-a-luhn "I stirred my...
The point on a freshly opened jar of peanut butter, tub of margarine, or ice cream. (noun) pee-une "Dibs on the pyune!" - Jessica P., Winnipeg, Manitoba,...
A make-shift meal made with instant rice, a can of chicken, and some cream of mushroom soup. (noun) cohn-dohl-ee-zaa rahys "How about some Condoleezza Rice...
Blueberries (noun) beeps "Want some beeps for your cereal?" - Michal Z., Waltham, Massachusetts
When you stick olives on the tips of your fingers. (noun) maus hands "When we were kids we used to put black olives on all ten fingertips and called them...
Hair conditioner (noun) hair sal-uh d "Make sure you rinse out all the shampoo before you use the hair salad." - Lucy H., Birmingham, Michigan
To steal someone's chair when they get up to get something. (verb) shh-tune "That cat totally schtooned my chair when I went to the bathroom." - Kathleen H.,...
Good vibes that you send out. (noun) yoh-nees "Send good yonies, Timmy's dad is in the hospital." - Drew H., Menlo Park, California
When the score of a sporting event is a palindrome. (noun) round dih-ley "Total roundelay in the fourth quarter." - Miller A., Oakland, California
Eggs sunny side up (noun) wahyld-kat ahys "How about some wildcat eyes for breakfast?" - D., Fort Edward, New York
Sticking your cold feed under someone's butt on the couch (verb) ner-duh-ling "Stop nurdeling me!" "But my feet are cold!" - Tim D., McKinney, Texas
When you're driving and you go fast over a bump in the road, such that it makes your stomach jump a little. (noun) wuh-lee-doop-doop "Whoa! Did you feel that?...
You're in trouble! pah-stuh fah-jaw-law "My grandma always said it in a raised voice. We thought it was a bad word so we'd say it to other kids at the park...
Underwear (noun) ghot-chees "He stripped down to his gotchies" - Maura M., Mt. Carmel, Pennsylvania
To vomit (verb) sch-merrf "Timmy schmerfed all over the couch and passed out on the bathroom floor." - Jonathan W., Seguin, Texas
Put your socks up!
Clean your room! "Put your socks up after school!" - Max H., Long Beach, California
How you call yo yeggs?
How would you like your eggs? "My mom would say it like this because her old lunch lady used to do that at school." - Keli H., Austin, Texas
Diarrhea (noun) poop-a-tohma "I shouldn't have gone on that Taco Bell run last night. I've had the poopatoma all day." - Matthew W., Erie, Pennsylvania
Fart (noun) bahrk-ing spy-der "Timmy, did you smell that barking spider?" - Kevin R., Newport Beach, California
Boss of the Peas
An authoritative ranking to one-up my mother, who was the self-proclaimed "Boss of the Applesauce" (noun) "Look who thinks he's Boss of the Peas." - Ryan...
Large wooden spoon (noun) dee-boh "Can you hand me the debo so I can stir the soup?" - Roseanne O., Libertyville, Illinois
Poop (noun) bang "The cat made a bang and it's your turn to clean the litter box" - Laura S., Palo Alto, California