The dialect of us
Booglas (n.) Small creatures with really large hands and feet that have their gardens indoors because of the Dusty Winds. Orig. Abbie, c2010
Boring (adj.) pron. BooooRING. Used indiscriminately by Abbie in conversations and sometimes repeatedly as a phrase (2013).
Facebook (prop. n) It's a computer thing where you get to do multimedia communicate with your Friends.
fb (abbrev.) Facebook
For real life? (phr.) Is what you are saying the truth? Orig. Abbie and Lily.
Hmph (pron. himph) Used interchangeably with Boring. Orig. Abbie, 2013.
How about I make the rules? (phr.) Used by Lily (2013)
IIML International Institute of Modern Letters. Lots of our friends have done Masters in Creative writing there.
It's a thing (phr.) It's a definable experience or event eg, Sarah Jane Parton using it to invite people via Facebook to come and watch her read as part of the Masters course at IIML.
Masterchef (prop. n.) Television show where a diminishing pool of contestants cook competitively, coo at visiting chefs and are compelled to claim at each episode that losing that round would be devastating and winning would be a "dream come true".
Moshie Monsters (n.) Computer game that involves the player adopting a monster who in turn tries to attract pet Moshlings by growing combinations of plants.
Moshlings (n.) Moshlings are known primarily as the pets of Moshie Monsters and come in an astounding variety of shapes, sizes, tastes and features.
Ono Ona Octo (prop. n.) A member of a family of animals between two and 10 inches in height whose characteristics are between a squid and an octopus. All creatures of this type share the surname Octo. Orig. Abbie, 2013.
Pudd Ding Dong (n.) Pudding. The Ding Dong is typically sung as in a doorbell.
Twitter (prop. n) It's a computer thing where you get to write