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    Joanna Liao

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    10 words- Halloween

    Post  Joanna Liao on Wed Oct 07, 2009 11:17 am

    10 words - Halloween
    1. Hallonoy: Performing the annoying act of trick or treating at the same houses repeatedly.
    “I just made plans with my best friends to go hallonoy Fifth Avenue all night long.”
    2. Steal-and-Freeloaders: Trick-or-treaters
    “Hurry up and turn off all the lights, I think I just saw some of the steal-and-freeloaders ring on our neighbors doorbell.”
    3. Polysaccharosis: Disease obtained after consuming too much sugar.
    “During my super Halloween super-size-my-candy themed party, a huge number of guests were carried off the premises on stretchers and loaded onto the ambulance because they got Polysaccharosis.”
    4. Freado: Adults in horrific costumes that jump out from behind trees and out of dark shadows to scare the wits out of poor, innocent children who only wish to acquire a few, small pieces of candy. A mix of freaks and weirdo’s.
    “Watch out Mary, there are a lot of Freado’s at that house waiting to pounce on poor little girls like you.”
    5. clashblind: A sudden color blindness to the horrible and ugly clash of orange and purple on Halloween.
    “It’s finally Halloween, I wonder why I thought orange and purple were so ugly together… I guess the clashblindness is starting to kick in.”
    6. Halloweenies: Unpleasant, cantankerous, elderly, lonesome people that contain no amount of love and Halloween spirit in their hearts, thus they hand out tooth brushes, floss, and fruit to the buoyant children that look upon Halloween as the most fantabulous candy-sweets filled day ever.
    “Those Halloweenies just gave me a bag of beets and a stupid dinosaur toothbrush.”
    7. Hallogreedies: Greedy adults that take advantage of their infants (who are too young to eat candy) by taking them trick or treating, so they can eat it themselves.
    “While waiting for my son to get some candy from the next house, I saw a herd of Hallogreedies carrying their month old infants, snacking on candy meant for the children.”
    8. Hallomeanies: Teenagers that are considered too old to go trick or treating, but trick or treats just to diminish an impacting fraction of candy so the vast population of tiny candy-craved kids won’t be able to have sufficient sweets to satisfy their cravings.
    “Those Hallomeanies took a handful of candy from the cauldron when there was clearly a sign that said: take on please.”
    9. Hallonooser: Those who are not allowed to go trick or treating and are forced to stay home and do study. Combination of nerds and losers.
    “After I rang the doorbell, a studious looking Hallonooser gloomily opened the door and accidentally gave me his AP Chemistry homework.”
    10. Hallophobia: Fear of Halloween
    “My mother has to sleep through the entire Halloween day because of her deadly Hallophobia.”

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    Re: 10 words- Halloween

    Post  katetrinh on Mon Oct 12, 2009 10:38 am

    hey joanna
    can you write an intro and conclusion for this article?

    Joanna Shen

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    Post  Joanna Shen on Mon Oct 12, 2009 7:08 pm

    10 words - Halloween
    1. Hallonoy: Performing the annoying act of trick or treating at the same houses repeatedly.
    “I just made plans with my best friends to go hallonoy Fifth Avenue all night long.”
    2. Steal-and-Freeloaders: Trick-or-treaters
    “Hurry up and turn off all the lights, [;] I think I just saw some of the steal-and-freeloaders ring on our neighbor[']s doorbell.”
    3. Polysaccharosis: Disease obtained after consuming too much sugar.
    “During my super Halloween super-size-my-candy themed party, a huge number of guests were carried off the premises on stretchers and loaded onto [into] the ambulance because they got Polysaccharosis.”
    4. Freado: Adults in horrific costumes that jump out from behind trees and out of dark shadows to scare the wits out of poor, innocent children who only wish to acquire a few, small pieces of candy. A mix of freaks and weirdo’s.
    “Watch out Mary, there are a lot of Freado’s at that house waiting to pounce on poor little girls like you.”
    5. clashblind: A sudden color blindness to [caused by?] the horrible and ugly clash of orange and purple on Halloween.
    “It’s finally Halloween, [period] I wonder why I thought orange and purple were so ugly together… I guess the clashblindness is starting to kick in.”
    6. Halloweenies: Unpleasant, cantankerous, elderly, lonesome people that contain no amount of love and Halloween spirit in their hearts, [and, remove comma after hearts] thus they hand out tooth brushes, floss, and fruit to the buoyant children that look upon Halloween as the most fantabulous candy-sweets filled day ever.
    “Those Halloweenies just gave me a bag of beets and a stupid dinosaur toothbrush.”
    7. Hallogreedies: Greedy adults that take advantage of their infants (who are too young to eat candy) by taking them trick or treating, so they can eat it themselves.
    “While waiting for my son to get some candy from the next house, I saw a herd of Hallogreedies carrying their month old infants, snacking on candy meant for the children.”
    8. Hallomeanies: Teenagers that are considered too old to go trick or treating, but trick or treats [treat] just to diminish an impacting fraction of candy so the vast population of tiny candy-craved kids won’t be able to have sufficient sweets to satisfy their cravings.
    “Those Hallomeanies took a handful of candy from the cauldron when there was clearly a sign that said: take on [one] please ["only" would be more suitable].”
    9. Hallonooser: Those who are not allowed to go trick or treating and are forced to stay home and do study. Combination of nerds and losers.
    “After I rang the doorbell, a studious looking Hallonooser gloomily opened the door and accidentally gave me his AP Chemistry homework.”
    10. Hallophobia: Fear of Halloween
    “My mother has to sleep through the entire Halloween day [all of Halloween] because of her deadly [deathly] Hallophobia.”

    Joanna Liao

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    Post  Joanna Liao on Tue Oct 13, 2009 5:20 pm

    10 words - Halloween
    1. Hallonoy: Performing the annoying act of trick or treating at the same houses repeatedly.
    “I just made plans with my best friends to go hallonoy Fifth Avenue all night long.”
    2. Steal-and-Freeloaders: Trick-or-treaters
    “Hurry up and turn off all the lights; I think I just saw some of the steal-and-freeloaders ring on our neighbor’s doorbell.”
    3. Polysaccharosis: Disease obtained after consuming too much sugar.
    “During my super Halloween super-size-my-candy themed party, a huge number of guests were carried off the premises on stretchers and loaded into the ambulance because they got Polysaccharosis.”
    4. Freado: Adults in horrific costumes that jump out from behind trees and out of dark shadows to scare the wits out of poor, innocent children who only wish to acquire a few, small pieces of candy. A mix of freaks and weirdo’s.
    “Watch out Mary, there are a lot of Freado’s at that house waiting to pounce on poor little girls like you.”
    5. clashblind: A sudden color blindness caused by the horrible and ugly clash of orange and purple on Halloween.
    “It’s finally Halloween. I wonder why I thought orange and purple were so ugly together… I guess the clashblindness is starting to kick in.”
    6. Halloweenies: Unpleasant, cantankerous, elderly, lonesome people that contain no amount of love and Halloween spirit in their hearts. Thus they hand out tooth brushes, floss, and fruit to the buoyant children that look upon Halloween as the most fantabulous candy-sweets filled day ever.
    “Those Halloweenies just gave me a bag of beets and a stupid dinosaur toothbrush.”
    7. Hallogreedies: Greedy adults that take advantage of their infants (who are too young to eat candy) by taking them trick or treating, so they can eat it themselves.
    “While waiting for my son to get some candy from the next house, I saw a herd of Hallogreedies carrying their month old infants, snacking on candy meant for the children.”
    8. Hallomeanies: Teenagers that are considered too old to go trick or treating, but trick or treat just to diminish an impacting fraction of candy so the vast population of tiny candy-craved kids won’t be able to have sufficient sweets to satisfy their cravings.
    “Those Hallomeanies took a handful of candy from the cauldron when there was clearly a sign that said: take one only.”
    9. Hallonooser: Those who are not allowed to go trick or treating and are forced to stay home and do study. Combination of nerds and losers.
    “After I rang the doorbell, a studious looking Hallonooser gloomily opened the door and accidentally gave me his AP Chemistry homework.”
    10. Hallophobia: Fear of Halloween
    “My mother has to sleep through all of Halloween because of her deathly Hallophobia.”

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