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Sniglet of the Day : October 15

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Sniglet Of The DayHangnibble: to chew one tiny bit of hangnail, usually resulting in a prodigious amount of blood loss.

Some of us just don’t carry nail clippers or a mini manicure set around with us, so if we get a finger nail that did not quite get trimmed right, or one that gets ripped, and we need to finish the job, and can find no scissors to complete the cut, we might go after the hangnibble. This is a chancy move. If you do it right, you will usually get rid of the annoying fingernail. If you do it wrong, you will most likely rip the cuticle along with the nail, and the next thing you know, you are down one fingernail, but plus one bandage, and hopefully it is a very absorbent one. Somehow, when it comes to taking off a hangnibble, your body suddenly takes on the properties of an anime characters, in which your body contains twelve gallons of blood, or more, and it is coursing through your veins under extremely high pressure. One little bite or cut, and you’ll go off like a can of cheap beer that was shaken up too long. So keep some kind of small cutting tool around. The workstation you save may be your own, and it will be pretty handy in keeping your co-workers and classmates from getting grossed out, too.

Sniglet of the Day: September 18

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Sniglet Of The DayFRAZNIT (frahs’ nit) n. Any string hanging from an article of clothing, which when pulled causes the article to completely unravel.

I don’t blame anybody for not wanting to get rid of a fraznit. They are always in your plane of view, and most of the time they are really itchy. The really bad ones tend to be made from some kind of thick nylon thread. You always take a chance when pulling on a fraznit. If you get a few inches loose and tightly bind it around your fingers, it could snap cleanly, and you’ll be done with it. Then there are the ones that are out to sabotage you. These are the fraznits that won’t wind out, but that keep going and going until you hit the seam that is holding it on. Sometimes it might go beyond that, and your fraznitted garment might end up looking like a ball of yarn that was attacked by a cat. If you must attack a fraznit, do so with a small pair of scissors or even a set of nail clippers will do, because that loose bit of elastic might turn into a very loose sweater, knits pants, underwear, etc. if you get a fraznit that does not want to give it up.