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September 24th, 2009

Word o’ The Week- Announcment!

AND THE WINNER IS…DR. MARK BROWN! His entry for the word sleftweep was:

(noun) A stinging left-handed slap to the face. She was crying hysterically so I gave her a quick sleftweep.

Great job, Doctor! For your prize, I will pop on over to the hospital and take care of all the people you don’t want to deal with! (Feldman has also made me promise that I will give Heidi Montag a sleftweep if I ever see her in public, compliments of Mark Brown, MD. I have agreed.)

This week’s entries were:

David Malloy: (verb) To cry while sleeping. Joanie was so torn up over her breakup with Gator that even the neighbors could hear her sleftweep the first few nights.
Mark Brown, MD: (noun) A stinging left-handed slap to the face. She was crying hysterically so I gave her a quick sleftweep.
Steve Cole, MD: (noun)Irritation or despair in the success of others. The opposite of Schadenfreude (german noun — A malicious delight in the bad luck of others). Karl was engulfed in a wave of sleftweep as Heinz accepted this year’s chemistry award.

And now, an announcement! Feldman and I, being the delicate creatures we are, have decided we only have it in us to do one of these contests a month. Therefore, Word o’ The Week is becoming Word o’ The Month! The first Monday of each month, the winner will be announced and the new word will be decided. So check back here on October 5th for the next word. Until then, we’ll take a one week hiatus!

Thank you to every one who plays regularly!

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