Saturday, March 19, 2011

Word Play Revisited

In November, I wrote a post on word play, and today, I thought of a few more to add to my own list.  They are immediately below:

Type 1

  • Borator - n. A boring public speaker
  • Lettruce - n. An agreement between farmers
  • Colden Ages - n. The glory days of the Ice Age
  • Centsitive - adj. Cognizant of money
  • Plumpkin - n. A bulbous pumpkin (alternate meaning: a fat child)
  • Confiction - n. A literary work about a fictitious convict
  • Predeem - v. To rectify a mistake you make before anyone else notices

Type 2

  • Bovine - n. A vine that has been decoratively tied
  • Jacket - v. To steal a particular object (alternate meaning: Censored...too crass to post)
  • Excitation - n. Something referenced in the past
  • Triton - n. A measurement equal to 6,000 lbs
  • Porcupine - n. Cubed pork ready to be put on a kebab skewer
  • Dictator - n. Mr. Potato Head when he mistreats his wife
  • Monetize - v. To transform something to appear Jamaican

Just as before, I am interested to see what you come up with.  Please post your ideas in the comments!


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