- the feeling one gets when they are desperate to know the meaning of a word but their brain somehow impedes them to remember, therefore, causing fustration and "upsetedness"
The history of Hoosedinger:
One day, Mr. Fitz went up to the board and said:
"I want you to draw a graph on a hoosedinger travelling along a ramp"
"What's a hoosedinger sir?" the student asked.
Sadly, nobody understood the explanation, and from that day on, hoosedinger got it's meaning.
"Noo! Dammit!" he cries, fustrated.
"Oh... he is having one bad hoosedinger over there" another student comments.
Quote from a reliable source:
"I would rather understand what a hoosedinger is than to read my physics text book!"