Weekly Word Verification Explanations 2
Perse - The tense few moments a busy shopper experiences the day before pay-day when they open their purse or wallet to pay for something non-essential whilst praying that the EFTPOS machine will approve the purchase.
Noutlers - The tiny pile of yellowed toe nail clippings that are shoved between the couch cushions by the clippee.
Scenchio - The precise moment the heady weeks of utter fascination with everything a loved one says, does or emanates is no longer cute or acceptable. "Isabella's relationship with Hans reached a scenchio when she rolled over to face him on Sunday morning and realised that his previously-sweet morning breath was in fact comparable to decaying mincemeat marinated in manure."
Redne - A bogan too lazy to be an active racist, Super Cars fan or intellectual pygmy who just likes to wear the black t-shirts. Can sometimes be mistaken for an Emo from a distance until the strains of ACDC and odour of Winfield blue is detected.
Arfrinel - A symbolic destination arrived at when, after driving for many hours, the reality of the accommodation compared to what was promised on the website booking becomes sadly apparent. "Five star hideaway my arse - that's mould on the shower curtain, not a Florence Broadhurst design!"
"You're right sweetie. We're stuck in Arfrinel."
Colase - The square of condensation left from toast when it is buttered directly on the kitchen counter without a plate. "Can you hand me the sponge - Barry's left colase all over the bloody counter again."