Wurblet (WER blit) – n. The line of moisture on one’s trousers that comes from leaning against a wet counter in a public restroom.
A wurblet is a slight embarrassment as best, but sometimes it is unvoidable. Sometimes that sink counter in the washroom has these puddles you cannot avoid when washing your hands, and there you go. It does not take very long to dry, but it takes even less time for your friends or family to notice when you join them as you leave the restaurant, movie theatre, or whatever place you might be at. Take it in stride, and just remember that even though they might be laughing at you now, soon, they might be the ones wearing a wurblet. You don’t know when or where, but it will happen to one of them. You might even be able to set up the next victim of this social faux pas as a form of revenge. Good luck with that, but if you have keen observation skills, and can get into the washroom before they notice you’ve set them up for a wurblet, you might just get the job done. Get those counter edges slightly damp, then run. Snicker behind everyone like Mumbly, because it will be worth it when they come back out.