3 definitions by Friskysquirt

Neoquest II is an rpg game played through the site Neopets, located at www.neopets.com

It consists of five acts which will take you travelling across five of the Neopian worlds.

It is your mission to save Neopia from destruction using the skills of Rohane. Along the way you will pick up companions, firstly Mipsy, then Talinia and finally Velm.

There are three modes to play the game in, normal, evil and insane, and you are awarded prizes and a trophy on the completion of each one. The prizes are better according to which difficultly you play on, but you must however play normal before you can proceed to evil, and evil before you can preceed to insane.

It is a very long-winded game with much fighting of undead creatures along the way, but many believe it is worth it (and some believe it is fun!) for the prizes given out.
It took me at least six months to complete Neoquest II.
by Friskysquirt June 02, 2006
A Neopet is virtual pet which can be created after you make an account at neopets.com

There are many different species to choose from and many things you can do with them after they have been created. For example you can buy a paint brush for it and change it's colour, or you can train it up to become more powerful and fight other pets in the battledome. You can also play games with them which probaly the main reason people sign up to the site in the first place.

I decided to buy a paint brush and paint my neopet Disco.
by Friskysquirt June 03, 2006
Peagloss is a word which was made up on the programme Have I got News for You in an attempt to prove that if you use a made up word enough it will eventually make it into the English language.

Possible definitions include the stain on the underside of a Labrador caused by vitamin D deficiency, a part of medieval armour or an Algerian curry.
I was walking the dog and noticed it had a peagloss stain.
by Friskysquirt February 14, 2008

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