I don't think this could mean anything else than the butt of an eel. A thin, moist, and possibly shocking, end to a very good eel.
And absolutely irrelevant to the blog post I found it on, this utterly gorgeous wedding in Amsterdam.
you see them all the time--those word-like verification words when you comment on a blogger blog. but now, here we have an entire blog devoted to fabulous made-up definitions of these words that don't exist but probably should.
i keep throwing good balderdash words into draft posts so as not to lose them (when i'm away from my otherwise copious lists of them which are lying all over the house) or don't have the now-approaching 13 page document i'm saving them in open. please feel free to USE these if they strike your fancy.
a friendly note
we're totally cool with it if you love these so much you want to use them on your blog, but please give us credit and link back here. we've used lots of our most hilarious brain cells on these and they like to have the credit.
this stuff is ours. mitts off.
is it just me?
or do you also keep seeing "resnes" as a WV word? and "dinessi"--doesn't that show up multiple times?