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61. Drachenfutter

German for "food for the dragons", it means an olive branch you give to your spouse, typically after cheating. See also German.

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62. Fopdoodle

A completely ridiculous and perfectly fitting word for a silly fool. Not to be confused with flapdoodle, which means stupid babble or nonsense.

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63. Pokey-Man

How everyone's dad thought Pokémon was pronounced. See also 90's.

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64. Yaffle

The loud call of the European Green woodpecker. See also Birds.

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65. Dollop

Fun to say, it's a spot of sorbet.

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66. Spangle

A small, glittering, shiny piece of metal used as a decoration.
To sprinkle or stud with such glittery tiny, bright pieces.

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67. Glitch

A slip-up or minor error of operation (Yiddish).

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68. Shlep

To drag ones self along, slouchily or lazily, particularly when performing a duty grudgingly. "He shlepped the heavy box out of the mail truck." (Yiddish)

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69. Schmaltzy

A Yiddish word meaning "chicken fatty", or "greasy," describes extreme gushing, over-the-top flattery, or corniness.

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70. Schtick

A Yiddish word for what a person is known to do, or the M.O. (modus operandi), such as a comedian's schtick that keeps them coming back for more.

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