New Words Added To The Woody Boater Dictionary.
For many of our regular readers, the terms, “Sausage” “Milking” “Prerestoric” “Header Day” “Dim” “Horice” all make complete sense. But to new readers, you may wonder if I have lost my mind. YES, BTW. Anyway, you may also be surprised to know we actually have a Dictionary of such terms in the ABOUT section. Yes there is an ABOUT section. Its got all sorts of legal crap, and other yapping, but The Dictionary can be a help. And today I have added The terms and definitions. They are now official language in the Woodyboaterville Community.
MILKING – The term used when I stretch out a one day story to a longer one, two days, or a week.
Prerestoric – The period of time when a boat is ready for restoration, and still is usable, but keeps going. The tension of you should, but don’t is the fun part.
Header Day – A day that I am too lazy to make a header, Like today. Its a collection of old headers. Just hit refresh or the logo on the upper left, or the header and a new old one appears.
DIM – Dim the the loving name for a Troll that thinks they are anonymous and keeps causing trouble in the comment section
HORICE – The name used in the comment section when you just want to spew hate. BTW, you will get made fun of, deleted, spamed and other stuff. But incase you see that name, you know we know, and well you know what to do.
Thats it, there are many new words of course, but these ones have stood the test of time.
nothing bout spelling
Always good to know the language of the community.
Since today’s story came in a little late I added a couple more comments to yesterdays Dee Wite story.
Mike K since you bring up spelling: I am impressed that after two stories in a row no one corrected Matt for his Dee White stories.
Speaking of Dee Wite boats: Does anyone know where this beauty is or if it still exists? Miss Dee Wite II
What a beauty!!!!!!!!
Twin 500HP Liberty V12’s!!!
It was out here in California for sale some years ago. $500,000 as I recall.
It was about half way restored. The engines were done but the hull was not and would require extensive work since a large portion of the deck had been removed and I think it had been converted to a fishing boat. Not sure whatever happened to it. See you at the virtual Christmas Party.
Miss Dee survives and I believe is in Bay City.
Michigan checking in……….Hi Greg!!!!!
How about Babes on classic boats. Is there a term in the WB dictionary for that. Give us a term Troy.
If Fiberglass Classics are called FiberGlassics I guess Babes on Classic Boats would be BabeLasics.
Guess we will need to see what Matt says, after all it is HIS blog.
Reminded of the nautical term ‘yar’ meaning squared away as in ‘is she yar?’. Is that in your dictionary?
Why do Dim and I take all the heat?
What about George and Karen (not to be confused with Karen Harrison, she is AWESOME)?
Do they need a term? I just know that Karen and Horace didn’t care for them.
Hmmm…the words “motor boat” come to mind…
The unsinkable Titanic struck an iceberg and went under in two hours.
You could throw Mr. Turbo’s pop tart above into the drink and she would truly be unsinkable.