¹ free from concern of finding only one shoe because you're not going anywhere anyway
Example: Though the pewter-colored glitter boots were Gabrielle’s favorite, she was inshoeciant knowing she would not be needing them for several months.
¹ marked by dressing up but not going out
Example: Tired of the Adidas zip-front, Alfred choose informal wear and put on a Gucci tie to watch NCIS: Los Angeles.
¹ the practice of dressing from only the waist up
Example: After months of Zoom meetings, Walter became an expert at halferdashery.
¹ wearing the same pants more than three days in a row
Example: Carmen appreciated that a pantemic could save her lots of money on Gain Flings.
¹ marked by a waste of time
Example: With so much time on her hands, alphabetizing recipes no longer seemed chronillogical.
¹ not knowing where the day went
Example: Had Marjorie not experienced timentia, she would have had the potatoes in the oven thirty minutes ago.
¹ the inability to remember anything
Example: Jean wondered if her memorandumb was a result of wine or boredom.
¹ a calendar with no appointments
Example: Anita stared at her calendreary remembering she once penned activities in those little boxes.
¹ the state of all plans being cancelled
Example: Anita’s calendreary was a reminder that her life had fallen victim to eloosadate.
¹ the act of finding a can of Progresso vegetable barley soup you didn’t know you had
Example: Michael shuffled cans of chickpeas and sliced beets until he spotted the blue can in the back and experienced sheer souptopia.
¹ a feeling of dread when the only food in the house is canned soup
Example: Michael sunk into a deep antecampbellum realizing the only thing left in the cabinet was a can of cream of celery soup.
¹ several virtual meetings scheduled for the same morning
Example: Under the spell of grouptopia, Emil changed his sweater three times, once for each Zoom session.
¹ being admitted to a Zoom meeting before being prepared
Example: Noticing the stain on her blouse, Mallory switched tops but was bazoomed when Sheryl Ann from accounting and Mr. Hoffstein suddenly appeared in the Brady Bunch boxes populating her screen.
¹ marked by a repetitive repeating of a repeating action over and over again
Example: Erin was happy on recycling day because it made Thursday different than the other days that were just routinetinetine.
¹ mistaking one day for another
Example: Erin oopsydaysied and forgot to put out the recycling on Thursday.
¹ anxiety resulting from knowing the only activity you can do is read
Example: Thirty days into quarantine, Joe reached for a book, but booksquirm set in, and he decided to count his silverware instead.
¹ the act of snuggling into the driver’s seat pretending you have somewhere to go; especially in a driveway
Example: While canoodling in her Hyundai, Annie longed for the days when she had errands to run and didn’t have to escape her husband and children.
¹ a shopper who hoards cleaning products
Example: Colleen paid her $134 grocery bill with coins as an act of revenge on the bleachbum behind her with twenty-nine canisters of Clorox wipes.
¹ products ranging from hair color to Cadbury bars
Example: Grateful for her bi-weekly escape to buy cvessentials, Janice took her time folding the sixteen-inch receipt to fit neatly in her wallet.
¹ media reports containing the same content being broadcast across all stations several times a day
Example: Marjorie knew she was a victim of the snews when her husband began to look like Andrew Cuomo.
¹ a rare condition marked by a happiness to be quarantined
Example: Now retired with grown kids , the thought of a calm, quiet quarantine put Fred into a state of cooptopia.