A name given to only the nicest, kindest, prettiest and funniest of girls. If you ever meet a Cinnamon marry her right then and there, you can't go wrong. They usually have brilliant acting skills, not to mention their amazing taste in apparel that is shore to turn any head. Cute pigtails and overalls are a necessity for any Cinnamon to own and wear in their wardrobe (they wouldn't be Cinnamon without them) as it brings out their adorable and fun loving side - I mean seriously overalls are HOT. Cinnamon's tend to have quirky tendencies that to them seem normal but to others make no sense at all such as: wearing wrist watches on their ankles and bent toothbrushes on their wrists, or shoelaces as ribbons in their hair. And don't forget their vocabulary. If you know a Cinnamon you're bound to hear words and phrases such as: lush, so sadness making, happiness in a cup, rad, brill, and glorious very very VERY often. In short Cinnamon is the greatest girl that I know.
Boy1: Maaaaate check out that Boris
Boy2: Braaaaah that aint no Boris that's a Cinnamon! Are you going to marry her or can I?
As used by Cinnamon smith in the children's t.v show altitude. Octopus rabies was an idea invented by Cinnamons character Tally to get a little more attention - feeling that being the youngest kid lost, she was often forgotten. 'Octopus rabies was first used in episode 7 Tilly pretended to be infected after touching a dead octopus. Only to find out that you could actually get sick from touching a dead octopus. Because of the shear popularity of this line producers attempted to use it in nearly every episode following, including finishing a very deep and emotionally powerful monologue to her sister - telling her how she wished they had never run away from home, but at least her sister was there with her - that 'at least we don't have the octopus rabies'.
Cinnamon: (no one is looking at her or listening to her ideas on how to set up the camp for the storm) I don't feel to well
Cinnamon: I haven't felt well after i touched that octopus, i think, i think i have 'octopus rabies.