2. the ejaculate produced in such a situation
Elliott, was just a freshman when he wrote the working paper on ramen noodles in which he coined, among other neologisms, "ramen hangover." Upon reading the paper, Professor Stevens felt a mysterious cool sensation in his pants, and sending a spelunking hand into his pants to explore, found a copious amount of ejaculate. Elliott gasped, and with a surprised tone, asked, "Professor Stevens, is this your first experience with neolojism?"
1. a new word, meaning, usage, or phrase that was coined unnecessarily, probably in a juvenile effort to coin a term for the sake of coining the term.
2. the introduction or use of useless, clumsy new words or poorly conceived alternative senses of existing words.
3. a new doctrine, esp. a new interpretation of sacred writings, in which one acquires sexy results.
4. (Psychiatry.) a gush of new words, often consisting of combinations of other words and gibberish, that is understood only by the speaker: occurring most often in the speech of schizophrenics and drunken fraternity members.
ne·ol·o·jis·tic, ne·ol·o·jis·ti·cal, adjective
On the other hand, "plumplex" is an example of a neolojism that makes no sense in addition to being useless, and it suffers additionally due to its marked lack of intuitive grace. The term "spreebz" is merely goddamned retarded and should have been rejected by the editors.
Overall, more than 60% of all of the Urban Dictionary will be neolojisms, with 20% of that number being passably amusing.
"Well then," smirked the papal nuncio, with an eyeward sign of the cross, "Dominus vobis...cum."
"Just remember, Skullcap," deadpanned H.H., "who in this room is wearing the Red thong under his cassock and who is wearing the White."