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  • Thumple

    A geography term for a young cave formed by water deposits in limestone; usually aged between 2-5 years old. Will be a full cave within 4-6 years.

    Many people attempt to fake thumples to increase their property values; luckily modern scientists have developed thumple detecting instruments to ridden the lies of fake thumples.

    Geographist Joe: Wow look at the thumple forming in that quartz! We should come back in 5 years when its a cave and collect all the jewels, gold, and rubies!

    Geographist Steve: No Joe I got my thumple meter out and its gone into alarm!! Clearly a fake thumple!! I hate the Scumbags that do this!!!!

    September 23, 2014

  • And shoes that perpetually do this to any sock, regardless of material, are sock suckers.

    December 29, 2007

  • Verb. The act of thumpling. To thumple. A word to describe what happens to socks when they sag around your ankles inside you shoes or boots.

    Adj. Thumpled. "My boots are loose, so my socks are thumpled."

    December 28, 2007