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    Joanna Liao

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    10 words - easter

    Post  Joanna Liao on Wed Apr 14, 2010 5:43 pm

    10 Words – Easter
    1. Plegg: Plastic eggs filled typically filled with a piece of candy by busy and overworked parents that cannot afford the energy to actually dye real eggs.
    “Mary found a plegg with a melted chocolate bar inside.”

    2. Easter Bunny: The ridiculously oversized bunny that hops around during Easter, mischievously hiding colored eggs everywhere.
    “This year, my little sister found all the eggs the Easter Bunny hid in our backyard.”

    3. Neggs: Real, dyed, and boiled eggs that are made with a parent’s love and time.
    Although it’s tradition to use real dyed eggs, many find it more satisfying to discover a plegg and uncover the surprise candy inside.
    “Bob went to the store to buy candy because he could only find neggs this Easter.”

    4. egodor: The stench that comes from the hidden eggs that were hidden just a little too well, and were never found.
    “A week after Easter, our house reeked of egodor.”

    5. Eggalosapiens: A newly formed population of children who walk too far out in the woods when searching for Easter eggs and end up getting lost and living in the woods.
    “Jack walked too close to the woods and found a group of Eggalosapiens still searching for eggs despite the fact that it was already August.”

    6. Easter: A holiday in which young children freely roam backyards and parks in a serious search for colorful eggs.
    “Since it’s Easter, let’s go to Joe’s house to look for eggs!”

    7. Egaloo: Poorly hidden eggs that lay explicitly out on a patch of grass for a toddler to stumble upon.
    “I was walking home and saw seven egaloos.”

    8. Eggider: Those who dedicate their time on Easter to hide eggs under trees, behind bushes, and next to little boys and girls.
    “That eggider hid all her eggs quickly before the egg hunt began.”

    9. Egginder: People (normally children from the ages of 3-12) that join Easter egg hunts and happily celebrate the holiday of Easter by hunting for eggs.
    “That egginder has been out searching for eggs for almost two hours, but still hasn’t found a single egg yet.”

    10. Eggaker: The people who make the eggs – no, not the chickens. The people who buy a large mass of eggs and dye them one by one with a rainbow spectrum of colors so the children won’t have to egg-hunt bland, and plainly white eggs.
    “That eggaker made all her eggs green, so when they hid them, the eggs blended in with the grass and were difficult to find.”

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    Re: 10 words - easter

    Post  hanarudolph on Thu Apr 15, 2010 5:31 am

    10 Words – Easter
    1. Plegg: Plastic eggs filled typically filled with a piece of candy by busy and overworked parents that cannot afford the energy to actually dye real eggs.
    “Mary found a plegg with a melted chocolate bar inside.”

    2. Easter Bunny: The ridiculously oversized bunny that hops around during Easter, mischievously hiding colored eggs everywhere. [quick question: how are these words organized? alphabetically? subject matter? it seems a bit weird to define the easter bunny after u just said that the parents are the ones preparing the eggs...]
    “This year, my little sister found all the eggs the Easter Bunny hid in our backyard.”

    3. Neggs: Real, dyed, and boiled eggs that are made with a parent’s love and time. [see note above; also, if it's by subject matter, you should put this by plegg]
    Although it’s traditional to use real dyed eggs, many find it more satisfying to discover a plegg and uncover the surprise candy inside.
    “Bob went to the store to buy candy because he could only find neggs this Easter.”

    4. Egodor: The stench that comes from the hidden eggs that were hidden just a little too well, and were never found.
    “A week after Easter, our house reeked of egodor.”

    5. Eggalosapiens: A newly formed population of children who walk too far out in the woods when searching for Easter eggs and end up getting lost and living in the woods.
    “Jack walked too close to the woods and found a group of Eggalosapiens still searching for eggs, despite the fact that it was already August.”

    6. Easter: A holiday in which young children freely roam backyards and parks in a serious search for colorful eggs. [following my notes, you may want to put this definition near the beginning...]
    “Since it’s Easter, let’s go to Joe’s house to look for eggs!”

    7. Egaloo: Poorly hidden eggs that lay explicitly out on a patch of grass for a toddler to stumble upon.
    “I was walking home and saw seven egaloos.”

    8. Eggider: Those who dedicate their time on Easter to hide eggs under trees, behind bushes, and next to little boys and girls.
    “That eggider hid all her eggs quickly before the egg hunt began.”

    9. Egginder: People (normally children from the ages of 3-12) that join Easter egg hunts and happily celebrate the holiday of Easter by hunting for eggs.
    “That egginder has been out searching for eggs for almost two hours, but still hasn’t found a single egg yet.”

    10. Eggaker: The people who make the eggs – no, not the chickens. The people who buy a large mass of eggs and dye them one by one with a rainbow spectrum of colors so the children won’t have to egg-hunt for bland and plainly white eggs.
    “That eggaker made all her eggs green, so when they hid them, the eggs blended in with the grass and were difficult to find.”

    Joanna Liao

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    Re: 10 words - easter

    Post  Joanna Liao on Thu Apr 15, 2010 6:42 pm

    10 Words – Easter
    1. Easter: A holiday in which young children freely roam backyards and parks in a serious search for colorful eggs.
    “Since it’s Easter, let’s go to Joe’s house to look for eggs!”

    2. Easter Bunny: The ridiculously oversized bunny that hops around during Easter, mischievously hiding colored eggs everywhere.
    “This year, my little sister found all the eggs the Easter Bunny hid in our backyard.”

    3. Eggalosapiens: A newly formed population of children who walk too far out in the woods when searching for Easter eggs and end up getting lost and living in the woods.
    “Jack walked too close to the woods and found a group of Eggalosapiens still searching for eggs, despite the fact that it was already August.”

    4. Egodor: The stench that comes from the hidden eggs that were hidden just a little too well, and were never found.
    “A week after Easter, our house reeked of egodor.”

    5. Neggs: Real, dyed, and boiled eggs that are made with a parent’s love and time.
    Although it’s traditional to use real dyed eggs, many find it more satisfying to discover a plegg and uncover the surprise candy inside.
    “Bob went to the store to buy candy because he could only find neggs this Easter.”

    6. Plegg: Plastic eggs filled typically filled with a piece of candy by busy and overworked parents that cannot afford the energy to actually dye real eggs.
    “Mary found a plegg with a melted chocolate bar inside.”

    7. Egaloo: Poorly hidden eggs that lay explicitly out on a patch of grass for a toddler to stumble upon.
    “I was walking home and saw seven egaloos.”

    8. Eggider: Those who dedicate their time on Easter to hide eggs under trees, behind bushes, and next to little boys and girls.
    “That eggider hid all her eggs quickly before the egg hunt began.”

    9. Egginder: People (normally children from the ages of 3-12) that join Easter egg hunts and happily celebrate the holiday of Easter by hunting for eggs.
    “That egginder has been out searching for eggs for almost two hours, but still hasn’t found a single egg yet.”

    10. Eggaker: The people who make the eggs – no, not the chickens. The people who buy a large mass of eggs and dye them one by one with a rainbow spectrum of colors so the children won’t have to egg-hunt for bland and plainly white eggs.
    “That eggaker made all her eggs green, so when they hid them, the eggs blended in with the grass and were difficult to find.”

    hanarudolph

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    Re: 10 words - easter

    Post  hanarudolph on Sun Apr 18, 2010 7:45 pm

    4. Egodor: The stench that comes from the hidden eggs that were hidden just a little too well, [del comma and "were"] and were never found.
    “A week after Easter, our house reeked of egodor.”

    nice organization (:

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