<verb> A word denoting the sandwiching together of parts of two people’s names (Sandra and Dandridge as the prime example). Selected syllables of the two names are combined into one common label used to refer to both people as a unit. This ritual is normally reserved for famous Hollywood movie stars, and is also used liberally by paparazzi and tabloid magazines.
Some attempts at sandridging though may be unsuccessful based on various characteristics of the two name ingredients, like spelling, grammar and number of syllables. For example: some people might find it morally offensive to sandridge the names Mike and Octavia (Mikoc?).
To date, sandridging has been limited to only two name ingredients, although there is no evidence to suggest that sandridging with more than two name ingredients would not be just as successful.
Sue: So did you accept Tyrell’s proposal?!
Mary: Oh gosh, I could never marry Tyrell! We’d be sandridged into something awful like Martyr!
<noun> A word used to denote those small silly accidents which sometimes take us by surprise, and which could have been avoided, had we only paid better attention.
Accillidents are a common occurrence with ADD sufferers, university professors and the elderly who still insist they can drive, "There's nothing wrong with my eyesight Neville!".
Accillidents are also often excluded in insurance policies, falling under the proviso "Random Acts of God's Sense of Humour".
Neville's boss: "Why are you late Neville?
Neville: "Sorry sir, my grandmother had a bit of an accillident this morning. She mistook the lawnmower for her wheelchair, and it took us quite a while to catch up with her."
The female version of a ball ache
Sarah: "This moms car-pool duty is such a tit ache!"
Just another one of those words that you don't hear correctly as a child, and then continue to mispronounce throughout your childhood and early twenties.
See 'mechanical veins'
"John, put the bottle down! That's enough chukney on your potatoes!"
That time of the month when a woman's breasts feel tender and/or painful.
Marilyn: "What's wrong Mich? You look terrible!"
Michelle: "Oh, it's just that time of the month again! I feel awful, so dull and dreary and the girls are sooo senstitive!