An exclamation used to acknowledge circumstances especially enjoyable or agreeable to oneself. It can also be used to acknowledge the awesomeness or excellence of an object or event.
antonyms: Bogus, Heinous
synonyms: Non-Heinous, Excellent
Origin: Trey Parker and Matt Stone's (South Park) first feature length film Cannibal the Musical (formerly known as Alfred Packer: The Musical). Not Xander Harris of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
"Gee Alfred, she sure is a shpadoinkel horse!"
"The sky is blue and all the leaves are green. The air is as warm as a baked potato. I think you know exactly what I mean when I say it's a shpadoinkel day!"
"These double entendres are shpadoinkel!"
"Shpadoinkel ham mom!"
Became popular in the movie "Cannibal the Musical." Basically means anything. Much like the word "ditto," but sounds more fun.
"I think I know precisely what I mean, when I say it's a SHPADOINEL DAY!"