When there are no words to say what doesn’t need saying you will find them in the Ridictionary. The words are not real but they want to be. 

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Brewdy: 1. the reluctance to leave the man cave for fear the home brew will not ferment unless closely monitored, an obsessive state of mind usually resulting in excessive use of sugar and a massive explosion.

2. When you already have one child named Brody and you want the family tradition of "bloke-istic" type names to continue. @JakeTumai


Brotiful: 1. Bro-mance related adjective used at ceremonies celebrating the union of two Bros.

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Coastervert: 1. To return a coaster to its original state so it can be enjoyed as the grunge rock CD that it once was. Often associated with the removal of coffee stains from a table being sold on eBay in an attempt to fund the Spotify account.

2. The Latin root word vert means 'turn.' This root gives rise to many English vocabulary words, including vertical, revert, and convert. This root word can keep your word sense right-side up instead of inverting it by 'turning' you upside-down. ref: Coaster Bus. @briandirou

3. A green coaster made in France. @megwilliams


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Diriculous: The tendency to be ridiculous in a very direct manner. This kind of specific nonsense is often used to confuse or to escalate. For instance, declaring the Moon is a hologram  may cause some alien abductees to suspect you are not a legitimate member of the Flat-Earth community.


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Vecommend: To recommend something with enthusiasm and knowing awareness. Often used when the recommendation involves added advantages that may not be polite to state explicity. Such as "I vecommend you go to Aunty Joan's for tea" (unstated: Aunty Joan makes jellies with chocolate frogs inside and you can eat as many as you like). @scotthorne

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