Free for Friday {Fauxcabulary}

We’ve stolen a great idea from our friends @ Focus on the Family:

Faux•cab•u•lar•y

{Words that aren’t in your dictionary, but perhaps should be}

This week’s entry comes from the Beers Family (yup, that’s us…maybe next week it will be YOU!)

Yes, that's us, just about the time said child came up with the phrase...

ig•noy•ing (verb) :

The act of annoying a person while ignoring their desires. 

Hybrid of ignoring and annoying.

The first ever use followed Daddy repeating a word to the kids, while the oldest son repeatedly asked him to stop.   “Daddy, can you stop?  You’re kind of ignoying me.”

 

 Do you have a fantastic fauxcabulary word? Submit your word below for a chance to have your words become the new vernacular.

 

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