I dreamt about weyant recently. I was pointing at the internet and saying to my wife "look, it's real, it's real! They've found them" - it was aliens on Mars, large bright grublike things - and she replied "weyant, it's weyant."
Well that's cool. I always thought night crawlers were hookers or johns, being an amalgam of ladies of the night and kerb-crawlers, We had a little night crawler here tonight, snuck in just after sundown with rugged gusts.
OK, I'll do it! I'll be getting this show on the road pronto. All interested apply within. Ideas for a trophy? I'm loth to surrender my heavily tea-stained "molotov cocktail waitress" mug, but I'm sure I could arrange for a STF mug of the winner's choosing.
You cannot escape the charge that you have previously engaged in the amazing pastime that is IDENTIFY THE WORDIE. You are therefore prime target material for inviting to IDENTIFY THE WORDIENIK. The whole of the bit of Wordnik that joins in on this would be truly honoured should you participate this time round. Easily find the right page right now because it is currently the most commented on list shown on the Community page.
Thank you very much. I'm just sitting here in the airport waiting to leave Mexico for Honduras so I'll probably get all crumb bum on you soon enough. Who knew I actually did have a mic on my laptop all this time?!
Thank you Froggo, for the compliment and the daily dose of frog-bloggery. To get one's hump on probably means something but I'm not sure what, I just like the sound of it. To "cark it" is UK slang for to expire, to pass away, to snuff it, kick the bucket, die.