15 Made-Up Words Everyone Should Start Using From “The Made-Up Words Project” by Rinee Shah

Mogolorified - The Made-Up Words Project
Mogolorified: (adjective) Extremely drunk. "He brought a flask of whiskey into the theater and was mogolorified by the time the movie ended." —Submitted by Conal O. (Howth, Dublin, Ireland)

We’re loving the hilarious (and useful) phrases in The Made-Up Words Project by Rinee Shah—a collection of 100 made-up words and phrases crowd-sourced from families and friends around the world. Check out a handful of our favorites below. Share your favorites on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using #MadeUpWordsProject.

Condoleezza Rice: n. A makeshift meal made with instant rice, a can of chicken, and some condensed cream of mushroom soup. "How bout some nice, hot Condoleeza Rice for dinner?" —Submitted by Susan M. (St. Cloud, MN)
Condoleezza Rice: (noun) A makeshift meal made with instant rice, a can of chicken, and some condensed cream of mushroom soup. “How bout some nice, hot Condoleeza Rice for dinner?” —Submitted by Susan M. (St. Cloud, MN)
Beeps - The Made-Up Words Project
Beeps: (noun) Blueberries. “Beeps taste like candy, but they don’t rot your teeth.” Origin: “My younger sister thought blueberries looked like something that would go ‘beep’ if you squeezed them.” —Submitted by Michal Z. (Waltham, MA)
Bang - The Made-Up Words Project
Bang: (noun) Poop. “The cat made a bang and it’s your turn to clean the litter box.” —Submitted by Laura S. (Palo Alto, CA)
Woolly Doop Doop - The Made-Up Words Project
Woolly Doop Doop: (noun) The stomach lurch you get when you’re driving fast and go over a bump in the road. “Remember that time I barfed in my hat after the woolly doop doop on the way to Uncle Bob’s house?” —Submitted by Hannah M. (Blue Bell, PA)
Schtoon - The Made-Up Words Project
Schtoon: (noun) To steal someone’s chair when they get up to do something. “That cat schtooned my chair when I went to the bathroom.” —Submitted by Kathleen H. (Anchorage, AK)
Wildcat Eyes - The Made-Up Words Project
Wildcat Eyes: (noun) Eggs sunny-side up. “How about some wildcat eyes on toast for breakfast?” —Submitted by D. (Fort Edward, NY)
Pasta Fagioli! - The Made-Up Words Project
Pasta Fagioli!: (exclamation) You’re in trouble! “Ooh, pasta fagioli! Dad’s going to kill you when he finds out you dented the car.” Origin: “My grandma always said it in a raised voice. We thought it was a bad word so we’d say it to other kids at the park when we were mad at them and we always got weird looks. I realized later that it means pasta and beans in Italian.” —Submitted bu Katherine R. (Playa del Rey, CA)
Schmerf - The Made-Up Words Project
Schmerf: (verb) To vomit. “The dog ate a box of crayons and schmerfed all over the couch.” —Submitted by Jonathan W. (Seguin, TX)
Pyune - The Made-Up Words Project
Pyune: (noun) The point on a freshly opened jar of peanut butter, tub of margarine, or carton of ice cream. “My sister called dibs on the pyune, but I ate it anyway.” —Submitted by Jessica P. (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
Nurdeling - The Made-Up Words Project
Nurdeling: (noun) The act of sticking your cold feet under someone’s butt on the couch. “Stop nurdeling me!” “But my feet are cold!” —Submitted by Tim D. (McKinney, Texas)
Mouse Hands - The Made-Up Words Project
Mouse Hands: (noun) When you stick olives on the tips of your fingers. “I’m going to tell Mom if you touch me with your mouse hands. They’re cold and icky!” Origin: “When we were kids we used to put black olives on all ten fingertips. We called them Mickey Mouse hands. Mouse hands for short.” —Submitted by Dickie G. (San Clemente, CA)
Mashalon - The Made-Up Words Project
Mashalon: (noun) Melted ice cream in a bowl (not totally melted, but kind of thick and soupy with some remaining chunks of ice cream). “I stirred my ice cream until it became mashalon. Somehow it tastes better that way.” —Submitted by Allaire S. (Philadelphia, PA)
Hair Salad - The Made-Up Words Project
Hair Salad: (noun) Hair conditioner. “Can you pick up some hair salad at the store? My ends are super dry.” Origin: “Apparently the hair product company Aussie had a conditioner called Hair Salad that my mom used to buy when we were kids. I grew up calling all conditioners this and was very confused when my friends had no idea what I was talking about.” —Submitted by Lucy H. (Birmingham, MI)
Feep - The Made-Up Words Project
Feep: (noun) The nasal whining of a bored or frustrated dog. “Your dog keeps staring at me and letting out feeps while I eat.” —Submitted by Margeta F. (St. Louis, MO)

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