2 definitions by Jacob Stebel

Pedicurious
adj.
1. To be inquisitive as to the grooming and/or painting habits of ones toenails.
2. To be intrigued by feet in an extremely creepy manner.

Pedicuriosity
n.
1. A state of inquiry where one is unable to tell if a person has recently painted and/or filed his or her toenails.
2. A desire to learn more or experience having one's toenails painted and filed, preferably by a professional.

1. "I'm pedicurious as to your toenails always being so well clipped. Do you groom them yourself?
2. "Your feline died when she impaled herself on my poison-spike-tipped boot. It looks like pedicuriosity killed the cat!"
作者 Jacob Stebel 2006年11月13日
n. A state of being in two pieces of bread and the desire to put something edible between them, but possessing nothing suitable.
"Hey, I have two pieces of bread and nothing to put between them... looks like it's sandwish time for me!"
作者 Jacob Stebel 2008年8月29日

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