boulderdash n: a road game played by California drivers during the wet season <Penelope called her friend to tell her about the ~ that was already underway along Pacific Coast Highway.> -more-





mal air n: bad air <Sure, she lived in Bel Air, but on certain summer days the ~ made her feel like she lived in Houston.>

menpause n: a condition whereby men are utterly stunned <Edgar addled around the shopping mall on Christmas Eve, struck by the acute onset of ~.>

mentally incontinent n: 1. the habit of speaking before thinking. 2. excessive thoughts, often leading to excessive speech. <Daisy noticed how being nervous made her ~.>

menu-driven adj: 1. transacted at a restaurant or cafe. <Taking lunch orders and picking up conversational tidbits, Daisy saw how utterly ~ the entertainment biz is.>

mercedesitis n: a realization that you could be the only person left in town who's driving a non-luxury car <Looking out the window of his beat-up Toyota, Gene was frozen with insecurity as he ogled the sleek cars in the parking lot. He had a bad case of ~.> —Val Blaha, Yamhill, Ore.

Möbius n: the name of a trendy strip club in L.A. <Intellectual oglers frequent the ~ strip on Western and Sunset.>

Mount Baldy n: a West Hollywood gay bar <Jim loved going to ~.>












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