March 6, 2007

Your daily dose of Edd, Part VI

Edd, as you know, has a habit of using nouns in the place of verbs. He normally does this by adding "ed" or "ing" to the end of a perfectly good noun. Today's Eddism--err, dose--is just such a word. He used this for the first time last night in his explanation of where his Pop-Tarts had been hidden.

     drawered [drawr ed] -
        nivc. The act of being (forcibly) placed in a drawer; to have hidden something in a drawer.

(Note - "nivc" means "noun in verb's clothing.")

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