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A word to describe those people that LOVE stationery. It is a portmanteau of 'pen' and 'enthusiast'. It is a pretty self-explanatory term: an enthusiast is person who is highly interested in a particular activity or subject and in the case of a penthusiast the subject is pens. And all their 'cousins'. (i.e. highlighters, erasers, hole-punchers, etc.)
Such people would move into an Officeworks store in the blink of an eye if given the chance.
Abby: So what are you getting Ursula for her birthday?
Mavis: I got Ursula this massive box of Crayola Crayons and some Derwent charcoal pencils.
Abby: ... Will she like those?
Mavis: Oh yeah! She's a total penthusiast. She could live in Officeworks! If you want her to fall in love with you forget sending chocolates and roses, send her post-its and blu-tac.
by Rina Lam October 13, 2011
An uncommonly used term in the Harry Potter fandom to describe the non-canon Blaise/Hermione ship. The fanfiction usually features Blaise Zabini and Hermione Granger as romantic interests.
Fangirl A: "I'm so depressed. My favourite Blamione fic is totally wrong now. It was written before JK Rowling revealed he was black."
Fangirl B: "How is he described in that fanfic?"
Fangirl A: "The writer made him Italian, but I can't read it like that anymore now that I know the truth."
by Rina Lam October 10, 2011
Theomione is a non-canon ship in the Harry Potter fandom. It is a portmanteaux of Theodore/Hermione, pairing Theodore Nott with Hermione Granger. The fanfiction is often styled like Blaise Zabini/Hermione Granger (Blamione) fanfics with the knowledge there is available of Theodore's character.
Girl 1: I'm writing a Theomione fanfic, but I'm having trouble developing backstory for Mrs Nott.
Girl 2: Maybe you can write that she got killed because she refused to join the Death Eaters with her husband?
Girl 1: Oh! That's a good idea. Thanks.
by Rina Lam October 10, 2011
IKEA Daleks is a fan-given term to the "improved" designs of the Dalek villains from the long-running British sci-fi TV show Doctor Who. Daleks are the arch-nemesis of The Doctor and his alien Time Lord race. In S5E3 the IKEA Daleks were introduced. They looked the same as the original Daleks but with colourful Dalekanium (alien metal).

They look like the result of Daleks procreating with Power Rangers.
David: You know, Chris, whenever I see one of those new colourful Daleks I imagine M&Ms shooting out of their appendages.
Chris: Haha, you mean those IKEA Daleks? They look like toys, don't they?
David: Yeah! They look like they're made from plastic instead of Dalekanium.
by Rina Lam January 05, 2012
Wolf Storm (or Wolfstorm) is the ship name for Rose Tyler & The Doctor in the Doctor Who fandom. The pairing can be Rose with any of The Doctor's incarnations but is most often the Ninth Doctor or the Tenth Doctor.

Not be be confused with Wolfstar, the slash ship of Remus/Sirus in the Harry Potter fandom.
Barbara: Hey, can you recommend any good Rose/Doctor fanfics?
Hayley: Wolf Storm? That's my favourite ship. There is actually a 10/Rose fic called Wolf Storm on Fanfiction.Net. You should check it out. It has some 9/Rose elements too.
Barbara: Thanks. I will look it up.
by Rina Lam January 05, 2012
The Australian name for the famous American Tater Tots. They are also known as Potato Royals.
Kristie: You don't have Tater Tots in Australia? Seriously? I couldn't live without them.
Stacey: We do have Tater Tots in Australia but we call them Potato Gems.
by Rina Lam January 17, 2012
A twist on the good ol' "okey-dokey". Has the same jovial tone as okey-doke and okey-dokey but can also be used in a resigned or exasperated tone. Whatever the tone of voice (or text) the meaning is the same - it means OK.

May also be spelt: okecky-dokecky.
Mel: So I was thinking that instead of blue paint for the window trim we use yellow...
Kel: No, no - it has be blue. The clients specified blue!
Mel: Well maybe we should ask the -
Kel: NO. They've already said their decision is final.
Mel: (does a half-shrug) Okeky-dokeky.
by Rina Lam December 01, 2011