I love English made-up words by Janet Carr Posted on March 3, 2016March 5, 2016 and my favourite – twonk! Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInEmailTumblrPocketPrintRedditLike this:Like Loading...
At the office we have been known to use some nonstandard terminology. For instance –
Snorfle (verb) – eat, in a rapid and enthusiastic manner (as in, “Wow, you really snorfled that Chinese takeaway! Didn’t you have any breakfast today?”);
Tweakulate (verb) – carefully adjust in a highly technical manner (“We just need to tweakulate the transaction data…”);
Contrafibulation (noun) – a tweakulation which has gone beyond careful adjustment into a more complex and gung-ho approach (“I thought we could get away with just tweakulating the transaction data but as it turns out, the SAP interface metadata needs a contrafibulation as well”
Ha ha I love it!!!
lol – hahahahaha – wankpuffin and twonk surely to be added to the Webster Dictionary this year!!!!