Sunday, October 26, 2008

New Vocabulary......

Team Chi-Chis (minus Katydid) rode our bicycles 48 miles in the wind today, so it's off to bed early. Before I retire, however, I feel obligated to pass along some new vocabulary words that we picked up on the bike ride today. Actually, we made them up.

  • Goobered (verb, past tense) - Passed on a bicycle by a goober.
  • Goober (noun) - Any male of approximately 10-14 years of age, depending upon stage of puberty. Also applies to males of any age depending upon attitude and behavior. (Immediately follows the "little bastard" stage, according to hubby.)
  • Spinnerized (verb, past tense) - Passed on a bicycle by a spinner.
  • Spinner (noun) - Male bicyclist with extremely hairy legs who continues to utilize the cycling method of spinning, even when on flat ground or going downhill.
  • Spin (verb) - To pedal easily and quickly in a lower gear, usually used for going uphill. You make zero progress, but you LOOK like you're doing something.
  • G.G.ed (verb, past tense) - Passed on a bicycle by a G.G.
  • G.G. (noun) - Girl goober. She didn't qualify for the title by gender OR age, but she was labeled such due to a miscommunication, so G.G. she is.

3 comments:

KatyDid53 said...

Sorry I missed the ride, but not sorry at all that I slept the day away!

MamaNeena said...

do you guys tend to drink while you bike? I'm just sayin...

Bragger said...

You gotta do SOMETHING when you've ridden 25 miles, all into the wind, and you realize you've still got just as far to go.......

Drinking comes later when we realize what we've done.