Yet more stuff that should be in the dictionary but isn’t.
Long-time readers of my previous site may recall the Blog d’Elisson Dictionary, installments of which may be found in that site’s Archives. For other entries in the Cheese Aisle Dictionary, simply click on the sidebar link for Cheese-Dic.
Here’s today’s entry:
(n) - any disgusting material of the sort that tends to accumulate in cracks and crevices and/or the necks of ketchup bottles. A faux-Yiddish coinage.
“I can’t stand to take a bath at Grandma’s house any more. The drain in her tub is half stopped up with fifty years worth of grachitz and hair. Feh.”
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
THE CHEESE AISLE DICTIONARY, Vol. 24
Posted by Elisson at 3:42 PM
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A most excellent word. And the sound of it matches the gritty reality.
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