- super- + glue (Wiktionary)
“Speaking afterwards, Mr Glass said:" My left hand was covered in superglue and I stuck it to his sleeve.”
“Includes helpful tips on why superglue is bad for Realdolls, intimate snapshots of "butt repair," and hyperpunctuated reminders to "enjoy the gruesome and PLEASE TAKE CARE OF YOUR DOLLS!!!!!”
“Don't forget to ask for the surgical "superglue" instead of stitches - you can get up and shower the next day.”
“..strip him down, bend him over & 'superglue' him taint first to a parking pole...”
“The nose pieces will likely fall out, so be sure to find them and save them for replacement with a little superglue at the end.”
“For what actually happened was that on collecting the Sheila McKechnie Foundation award at a Downing Street reception in 2008, Glass stepped forward and then moved, with partial success, to superglue his hand to that of the then prime minister Gordon Brown to highlight the iniquities of the proposed third runway at Heathrow Airport.”
“I cannot superglue them in to their beds and surround them in fluffy cotton wool, but I can give them considered advice.”
“Add some water to it, tape on a small blade and a tube of superglue, a spool of fishing line some weights, and a case of beer and a lazy boy (Don't forget to add a 50 inch plasma TV with all the channels,) and you're set.”
“They bought shoe laces and speaker wire to make these, and also superglue, which they'd spoken about using to seal the children's mouths to prevent them screaming.”
“For extra points, superglue these handmade magnets to the top of your glasses (not the front - so you can actually see) - $2 at Etsy.”
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Interesting gene names. Some of these may have changed recently (to something less offensive/funny).
tinman, agnostic, dreadlocks, Van Gogh, fruitless, lava lamp, ariadne, cheap date, ken and barbie, I'm not dead yet, I'm not dead yet 2, manic fringe and 1192 more...
all of these are from 7 English
dictionaries and Macquarie dictionary
I havent listed capitalized ones yet
but Viagra would be one and common
words like sterling a sub-machi...
Trademarks that have lost their character as indicators of source to become a general term for a product or service.
Registered trademarks that people continue to use as verbs, despite the best efforts of lawyers.
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