I decided that it was time to document these strange letter combinations and assign a definition to them, thereby creating some wonderful new words for our vocabularies. Following are 5 of these new creations for your enjoyment; feel free to assimilate your favorites into your everyday conversation. Your friends and co-workers will be envious!
ddtyw: Senior Code used in texting, means: Done Dinner; toilet, yes! Where? as in, "After eating, I received a desperate text from Carol--ddtyw?"
menzitya: (adverb) a superior attitude due to a real or perceived greater level of intelligence, sometimes exhibited by members of Mensa; as in, "Ever since he took that I.Q. test and found he scored above 140, he acts so menzitya
orianta: (noun) a parent's sibling raised in the far East; as in, "Luci Lui was Tommy's orianta."
uncest: (noun) a sexual relationship step-siblings--not incest, because they are not related by blood, but still ...ewwwww!; as in, "When John's mother remarried, her new husband had a daughter John's age, and from then on, uncest was on his mind."
urrent: (noun) the amount paid monthly for housing; as in, "Tom said I pay $500 a month for this place; how much is urrent?"
Remember: Use a word three times and it's in your vocabulary forever!