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10 definitions by Pamelot

 
1.
Verb: to restore the hymen; a few decades of celibacy is
required to "revirginate." It can be done metaphorically, if
not biologically. Once revirginated, a woman is able to
"feel like a virgin" again.

Noun: revirginated: A desirable state of retrieved innocence acquired by abstinence from sexual relations, intoxicants of all kinds, and wholesome thinking.
She had abstained from intercourse and unwholesome
habits for so long that she revirginated.
by Pamelot May 22, 2010
 
2.
the indentations made on your face by the fold of the pillow when you've taken a nap; a giveaway of your having
snuck a nap.
They knew I had been taking a rest because they saw
my napdents.
by Pamelot April 29, 2010
 
3.
Passing out after lunch or other meal due to slow digestion.
Due to poor digestion, she was unable to resist the lunch coma that put her in the supine after both lunch and dinner.
by Pamelot May 22, 2010
 
4.
an inadvertent flatulence in the presence of others; embarrassing fart
John was given undesired attention due to his
butt blooper.
by Pamelot April 30, 2010
 
5.
When performing a perfunctory task, you suddenly
realize you can't recall if you did it or not! Or you
find yourself somewhere and cannot recall how or why
you got there.
He found himself looking into the refrigerator but couldn't
recall how or why he got there; surely it was a brain blip!
by Pamelot July 19, 2010
 
6.
Any art that is done on an ephemeral item such as a napkin
or paper table cloth. Often left behind with the check at modest restaurants, napkinart can have surprising value.
There's a story told in the movie, "The Paper," about journalists celebrating the Olympics in Spain. When the bill comes, it is far too much to afford, but a little old man sitting in the corner signals the waiter and then scribbles something on a napkin. That napkin pays the bill because the little old man was Picasso!
Then there's the true story of Basquiat, whose career as an
artist was brief but bright, as he died very young. He was known to dash off his creations on such things a matchbooks,
and they went for thousands of dollars. These, too would
be considered napkinart.
The waitperson was surprised and delighted to find a colorful
napkinart piece left along with payment for the bill.
by Pamelot July 23, 2011
 
7.
The kind of silver tongued words a male might use to
woo a woman into the sack. She may suspect he is

telling an untruth, but who doesn't want to believe she is
the most lovely, sexy thing?
When he left, having fulfilled his desires, she realized his
words were pure mandashity.
by Pamelot July 21, 2011