Frustra: The special plastic used in the manufacture of fast food ketchup packets.
Miscordance: The principal that states when reaching for drape cords you will always tug on the wrong one.
Bixplex: Psychological block in which a person cannot chose which color of disposable lighter to purchase.
Fictate: To inform a television or screen character of impending danger under the assumption they can hear you.
McMonia: Noxious gas created by fast-food employee mopping under your table while you're eating.
Downpause: Split second of dry weather experienced when driving under an overpass during a storm.
Pie-i-bril´-ium: The point at which the crust on a wedge of pie outweighs the filling and tips it over.
Cataltitude: The height to which a cats rear can raise to meet the hand stroking it.
Snactrek: A peculiar habit, when, searching for a snack, of constantly returning to the refrigerator in hopes that something new will have materialized.
Spudrubble: Unclaimed french fries at the bottom of a fast food bag.
Crayolia: Area on the refrigerator where kindergarten drawings are displayed.
Pockalanche: Perpetual action of reaching down to pick up an item fallen from a shirt pocket, only to have another item fall out.
Elbonics: Actions of two people manoeuvring for one armrest in a movie theatre.
Microts: The two thumbnail sized pieces you end up with when trying to remove a paper towel in a public washroom.
Aquadextrious: Possessing the ability to turn the bathtub faucets on and off with your toes.
Toolcentric: Any tool that, when dropped, rolls to the exact center of a cars underside.
Ice-ision: Delicate operation performed on Neapolitan ice cream in which one entire flavor is precisely and systematically removed.
Ignisecond: The over-lapping moment of time when the hand is locking the car door as the brain is saying My keys are in there.
Car-per-im´-iter: The zone between the wall and the end of the vacuum cleaner where dirt is safe.
Cinemuck: Combination of popcorn, soda and melted chocolate which covers the floors of movie theatres.
Kawashock: Pulling into the last parking spot, only to discover a motorcycle there.
Fetchplex: State of momentary confusion in a dog, whose owner has faked throwing the ball and palmed it behind his back.
Alpo´-puck: Any empty dish pushed around the kitchen floor by a dog trying to get the last morsel.
Chipfault: The stress point on a potato chip where it breaks off and stays behind in the dip.
Gapland: The unclaimed strip of land between the you are now leaving and welcome to signs when crossing state lines.
Pulpularity: Molecular property of newspaper clippings that allow them to tear evenly north to south, but jaggedly east to west.
Phonesia: The affliction of dialing a phone number and forgetting whom you were calling just as they answer.
Expressholes: People who try to sneak more than eight items through the express checkout.
Mopeeps: People compelled to look through the curtain opening of your motel room as they pass by.
Pupsqueak: The sound a yawning dog emits when he opens his mouth too wide.
Roverlert: The system whereby one dog can quickly establish an entire neighborhood network of barking.
Motodrift: The mistaken belief at a stoplight, that your car is moving backwards, when actually the car next to you is moving forward.
Scribblias: Warm-up exercises designed to get the ink in a pen flowing.
Banectomy: The removal of bruises on a banana.
Frankfluid: The liquid at the bottom of a hot dog package.
Spagellum: The loose strand on each fork full of spaghetti that beats one about the chin and whiskers.
Slurm: The slime that accumulates on the underside of a soap bar when it stands in the dish too long.
Pet-ôn´-ic: One who is embarrassed to undress in front of a household pet.
Car-per-pet-u-ation´: The act, when vacuuming, of running over a string at least a dozen times, reaching over and picking it up, examining it, and then putting it back down to give the vacuum one more chance.
Negatile: The area of a bathroom floor where, somehow, the scale registers you five pounds lighter.
Cheeriomagnetization: The tendency of the last few Cheerios in the bowl to cling together for survival.