Fictionary Addendum №1

Parisite: IPA: /ˈpærəˌsaɪt/
1. (derogatory) A denizen of Paris, France.
“Pfft, I had to leave that café, man—it was crawling with baguette-munching Parisites.”

Triton-lame: IPA: /traɪtən-leɪm/
1. Failing to be cool, funny, or interesting in a particular manner associated with Eckerd College.
“Anyone who declares repeated excitement over an upcoming foam party is definitively Triton-lame.”

trollin’ for strange: IPA: /trɒlɪn fɔɹ streɪndʒ/
1. (slang) On the prowl for an encounter, either romantic or erotic.
“We were just hitting up the bars and clubs, you know, trollin’ for some strange.”

Vladimir linen: IPA: /vlɐˈdʲimʲɪr ˈlɪnɪn/
Alt form: Nikolai linen: IPA: /nʲɪkɐˈlaj ˈlɪnɪn/
1. What occurs when a single red article of clothing is introduced to a wash of white fabrics; clothing/linen that have been stained or dyed red.
“Whose red socks went in with my whites? Pulling a Vladimir linen is not cool, man!”

Special thanks to LK Shov for "Parisite" and "Vladimir/Nikolai linen" and Samwise for "trollin' for strange"!

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