|təˈrəˈdäksikəl|
adjective
(or Pteradoxical)

ORIGIN: early twenty-first century.: From Old-school Dinoenglish when Nietzsche dated this pterodactyl and they procreated.

Happening in a way that makes Rachael and Charity cry in the sequential order of: amusement, remorse, and then honor.

Not to confused with "pterodactyls," although can be accompanied by this.
Why yes, I am eating ice-cream and wearing workout clothes.

Just keepin' it pterodoxical today.
by racharity October 07, 2011

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