(updated 26 Feb 03)
(Suggested by Rasgold@aol.com)
What Curly's wife was with Moe's child. (firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com)
First ant in a long line . . . it "poigns" the way. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The sound of an ant hitting the sidewalk from atop a very high building: Poing(ant) (RasGold@aol.com)
The word a picnicker hollers spitting out his lemonade. (email@example.com)
What being in the "family way" is called when you are from "New Joisey". (firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com) Hey now, I'm from Jersey and I've never heard anyone say it that way...I take it youse ain't from Joisey, right?
Hawaiian Fear Factor food..combining "Poi" and "Ants". (Internutt9@aol.com)
A potent unguent derived from the poinsettia plant. (HerzogVon@aol.com)
That feeling of ennui at the luau when all the poi has been consumed. (firstname.lastname@example.org) I only picked this one because I shall never see the words "ennui", "luau" and "poi" ever again in one sentence.
The old aunt in the family that smells like potpourri. (Omegamagezero@aol.com)
A rude way to indicate or point at something. Example: "Try as we might, we couldn't figure out what Papa was poignant." (LeisSuit@aol.com)
Sorry, I'm just the opposite...I think...
Dont yall know its PLUMignant not POignant? I may be ignant but I aint po! (email@example.com)