Pintello is a name, whether first or last that was created due to a mishearing interpreter at Ellis Island. The Pintello Comedy theater in California is successful. Strong Itallian roots, and Itallians are passionate lovers. :)
"What your name?"
Derived from the mishearing of the elderly. Commonly refered to a gay male "rolling" his tongue around another males so called "squid". Oftenly grotesquely slimy.
Girl - your kinda cute...
Boy - Sorry, not my type..
Girl - What... OMG are you a Squid roller?!
rappers who are tone deaf, but instead of mishearing the tones, they're ignorant to the shittiness of their lyrics.
terrible music artists.
"that freestyler was a miccassi kilo. no skill."
A mishearing or mispronunciation of the standard English word, "gumption".
I don't have the umption to figure out how to spell properly.
To listen in on conversation and then misspell it. Corruption of the familiar word eavesdrop
"I picked up enough ease dropping on Lola that I don't even need to read the exerts from the book."
Common mishearing of "New Direction". Usually peppered throughout political speeches and occasionally found in songs.
This may also be used to steer the subject of a conversation toward sex.
"I have a nude erection for America!"
"Don't look back, got a nude erection. I loved you once, needed protection." - Tattoo, as sung by Jordin Sparks
"Honey, allow me to take things in a nude erection..."
“PORNALITY” comes from PORN + BANALITY, a misheard or misunderstood (if clichéd) expression that takes on a more graphic or sexualized meaning:
HARD-AND-FAST solution becomes “HARDEN-FAST” SOLUTION;
NO-HOLDS-BARRED (wrestling) becomes “NO HOLES BARRED” (stick it anywhere!);
NIP IT IN THE BUD becomes “NIP IT IN THE BUTT";
and, a pornality deliberately scripted for television:
CORNISH GAME HEN became "CORNISH GAY MEN" as mishead by Dick Solomon (John Lithgow) on NBC-TV's "Third Rock from the Sun" (1996-2001).
"Man, you got a buttload of mail."
"Don't you mean 'boatload'? "Buttload" is a pornality."
"I was gonna say 'shitload'."
"Point well taken."