This is Funny! WORDS parents need to describe their kids(add your own)
Kids exhibit unique traits, behaviors and ideals (as do their parents sometimes). Here are some brand new words to describe them:
GARBOFLAGE (v.): To hide a piece of your child’s artwork under other trash in the waste basket so they don’t catch you throwing it away.
STOCKTEASE (n.): A child who lets you buy large quantities of their favorite food at the grocery store and then immediately decides that they don’t like it anymore.
TOYPHOON (n.): Routine recreational activities of children that leave their playroom looking like it was decimated by a hurricane.
TWIRPLE (v.): When a child playing baseball gets to third base on a hit that didn’t make it out of the infield.
PUPPYMOON (n.): The short period of time during which your child lives up to their promise of caring for the new pet they begged you for.
WOUNDOGGLE (v.): When a child pretends to be hurt after hurting someone else with hopes that it will prevent him from getting in trouble.
If you have situations relevant to your kids that are in need of words to describe them, please contact them through the website. And check out the funny videos there with MORE of these words: www.TheKidDictionary.com