The Washington Post can do it, why not the Press Club of Southwest Florida? Hereby announcing a contest for clever "Neologisms". Prize to be announced – and it may be an actual entry, so be very careful.
Neologism according to the dictionary has two meanings:
1) a new word, meaning, usage, or phrase
2) in Psychiatry – a new word often consisting of a combination of other words, that is understood only by the speaker, occurring most often in the speech of schizophrenics.
Take your pick, but chime in with your own original neologisms. We will publish them in upcoming issues and vote on the winner.
Some examples from past winners:
Coffee (n.): a person who is coughed upon
Flabbergasted (adj.): appalled about how much weight you have gained
Balderdash (n.): a rapidly receding hairline
Frisbeetarianism (n.): the belief that when you die,your soul goes up on the roof and stays there
Perplexed (adj.): lost in a movie theater
Cabbage Patch: a patch for those who want to stop eating cabbage
Sudafed: a software program on how to file a civil action suit against the government
Sarchasm: the gulf between the author of sarcastic wit and the reader who doesn't get it
Innoculatte: to take coffee intravenously
Cashtration (n.): the art of buying a house which renders the subject financially impotent for an indefinite period
Intaxication: euphoria at receiving a tax refund,which lasts until you realize it's your money to start with
Karmageddon: end of the world due to a build up of bad vibes
Lots of Luck!