German for "food for the dragons", it means an olive branch you give to your spouse, typically after cheating. See also German.
A completely ridiculous and perfectly fitting word for a silly fool. Not to be confused with flapdoodle, which means stupid babble or nonsense.
A 1970's coming-of-age novel for young adults, much to the dismay of readers who expected something else. See also 70's.
Probably inaccurate as to how extinct creatures actually appeared, but, hey, looks cool. See also Science.
Someone was either late this morning or is learning to eat big people food. See also Breakfast.
Charm someone, then make two pistols with your hands while you wink at them. Guaranteed swooning.