Sniglets starting with CCabnicreep (kab' nih kreep) - n. The structural condition in which the closing of one kitchen cabinet ca uses another to open.
Caffidget (ka fij' it) - v. To break up a Styrofoam coffee cup into several hundred p ieces after consumi ng its contents.
Canadise - To over-emphasise the differences between your nation and a larger neighbo ur, out of fear tha t foreigners will otherwise not notice that there is a difference.
Carbonicles - the tiny drops of soda thrown into the air above your glass after you p our it
Carcinoma n. - a valley in California, notable for its heavy smog.
Carcreak - n. Those crackling, tinkling, creaky noises your car makes after you park and turn it off.
Careena (ka reen' uh) - n. Any mangled or missing piece of highway guard rail.
Carperpetuation (kar' pur pet u a shun) - n. The act, when vacuuming, of running over a string at least a dozen times, reaching over and picking it up, examining it, then putting it back down to give the vacuum one more chance.
Cashtration - (n.) The act of buying a house, which renders the subject financially impotent for an indefinite period.
Caterpallor - (n.) The color you turn after finding half a grub in the fruit you're eating.
CELLOSTATIC (sel oh stat' ik) adj. - The electrical property of cracker and cigarette wrappers that caus es them to stick to your hand.
Cereoallocative (ser r o al' o ka tuv) - adj. Describes the ability of a seasoned breakfast eater to establish a perfect cereal/banana ratio, assuring there will be at least one slice of banana left for the final spoonful of cereal.
CHAIN GANG WALK (chayn gang wok) n. - Activity observed in the footwear section of ch eap department stor es where the shoes are wired together "for your convenience."
Chalktrauma (chawk' traw ma) - n. The body's reaction to someone running his fingernails down a chalkboard.
Charp (charp) - n. The green, mutant potato chip found in every bag.
CHECKUARY (chek' yew air ee) n. - The thirteenth month of the year. Begins New Year's Day and ends when a person stops absentmindedly writing the old year on his checks.
Cheedle (chee' dul) - n. The residue left on one's fingertips after consuming a bag of Cheetos.
CHEERIO-MAGNETIZATION (cheer ee oh mag net i zay' shun) n. - The tendency of the last four or five cheer ios in the bowl to cling together for survival.
CHICLEXODUS (chik ul eks' oh dus) n. - Any attempt by a gum ball to sneak out of the chute and roll past the buyer.
chingrip (CHIN grip) - n. The area where the chin meets the neck. Used for holding th e pillow when slipp ing on a pillowcase.
Chipfault (chip' fawlt) - n. The stress point on a potato chip where it breaks off and stays behind in the dip.
Choconiverous (chahk o NIV ur us) - adj. The tendency when eating a chocolate Easter bunny to bite off the head first.
CHUBBLE (chuh' bul) n. - The aerobic movement combining deep-knee bends and sideward hops used when tryi ng to fit into panty hose.
Chwads (chwadz) - n. The small, disgusting wads of chewed gum commonly found beneath table and counter tops.
Cigadent (sig' a dent) - n. Any accident involving a cigarette: for instance when it sticks to your lips while your fingers slide off and get burned.
Cinemuck (SI ne muk) - n.The combination of popcorn, soda, and melted chocolate which covers the floors of movie theaters.
circlocryogenic theory (sur klo kri o JEN ik THE ur ree) - n. Postulates that no matt er which way you tu rn a glass of ice water, the cubes will to the back. (Further research has established that one piece of ice will always stick to the bottom of any empty glass until tapped, at which point it will come forward and smack the drinker on the end of his nose.)
circuloin technique (SUR kew loyn tek NEEK) - n. The popular approach to steak dining in which one eats around the edges first, then works his way toward the middle.
Circumpopulate (sur kum pop' yew layt') - v. To finish off a Popsicle "laterally" because the "frontal" approach causes one to gag.
Circumvent - (n.), the opening in the front of boxer shorts.
click-ick - the act of sending an eMail with information not intended for, or suitable to the ultimate receiver.
Clumfert (KLUM furt) - n. The invisible extra step at the top and bottom of a staircase. Usually materializes when one is carrying a large bag of groceries.
Clunes - n., pl. People who just won't go.
Coeggulant (ko EG yu lent) - n. The white things in a plate of scrambled eggs.
Coffee - (n.), a person who is coughed upon.
Coiterie - a very VERY close-knit group.
Combiloops (kom' bih lewps) - n. The two or three unsuccessful passes before finally opening a combinati on locker.
COMPENNVIAN (comp'ennvian) - Someone who takes a sledge hammer to their computer monitor.
COMPENNVIE (comp' envy) - The emotion felt when you realize a computer is not just as smart as the person using it.
Conagraphs (kohn' a grafs) - n. The raised relief squares on an ice cream cone.
Conratemps - the resentment permanent workers feel toward the fill-in workers.
Continentertinter - The person in a mapmaking company whose job is to decide what color a specific country is going to be.
Contratemps - the resentment permanent workers feel toward the fill-in workers.
Cornextortion - When you go to the movie theatre and ask for a small popcorn, the guy behind the counter says, "for ONLY 25 cents more you can get a large popcorn"
Crayolla (kray oh' lee uh) - n. The area on the refrigerator where kindergarten drawings are displayed.
Creedles (kre' dulz) - n. The colony of microscopic indentations on a golf ball.
Crinks (krinks) - n. Crevices and junctions where car wax gets in but doesn't get out .
Crispthian - Any actor who is hired basically because his name helps sell the cereal.
Croomb - what pigeons murmur to themselves.
Crummox (KRUM oks) - n. The cereal that gets caught between the inner lining and the side of the box. Also, the leftover amount at the bottom. (Not enough to eat, but too much to throw away.)
Cubelo (kyew' beh lo) - n. The one cube left by the person too lazy to refill the ice tray.
Curbswell (KERB swel) - n. A seismic condition in which the curb on the passenger side of a car will rise and wedge a car door. The passenger must then climb out and stand on the curb until the swelling goes down.
Cushup (kush' up) - v. To sit down on a couch somehow causing the cushion next to you to rise.