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Here's the details - submit any and all words that are NEWLY CREATED WORDS to be included in a fun and ficticious book for all disc golfers, "The Disctionary 2008, Disceditied by Disceditor". This will be an informative book that introduces and defines words specific to the game, resulting from the game and surrounding the game of disc golf, like the word DISCTIONARY itself. PLEASE, when submitting words include the word, the definition and an example of the word used in a sentence and MOST OF ALL make certain that all submissions are appropriate the the rules of the site. now for the disclaimer - anyone submitting a word to "The Disctionary 2008, Disceditied by Disceditor" is allowing "The Disctionary 2008, Disceditied by Disceditor" full and unobligated use of any submissions within "The Disctionary 2008, Disceditied by Disceditor" the "Disctionary" group or any other usage by "The Disctionary 2008, Disceditied by Disceditor". All submitters, by doing so are allowing "The Disctionary 2008, Disceditied by Disceditor" full and unobligated permission to print, relay or convey that submission without any compensation to the submitter other than crediting the submission to their name, if that is the choice of the submitter. All submissions become property of "The Disctionary 2008, Disceditied by Disceditor", "The Disctionary 2008, Disceditied by Disceditor", "Disctionary", "Craig Prime", "michiganartist", "godiscn.com", "the-disc-tion-ary.com", "the-disc-tion-ary.net", "lil charlie bishop" and so on and so on and so on until you get tired of me telling you that I own any and all ficticious words that you post, once thay are posted and appear in print. SO LET'S START SUBMITTING ! have fun, think about what you submit and most of all, keep it appropriate for anyone to read. BE CREATIVE, IT"S FUN !

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smackdoodler - (smack - doo - dull - er) - a period of time when it seems as if every drive you thow hits a tree 30' out and beyond, when ever a tree is within 50' or 60' of the intended target. EXAMPLE IN A SENTENCE - I've been stuck in a smackdoodler half of the year, you don't think it has anything to do with playing the Tittabawasee Park course 90% of the time, do you ?
skipdoodle - (skip - doodle) The action of dancing, skipping, wiggling, twisting and or jumping in hopes of trying to direct or alter the path of life and lifes daily uncontrollable little circumstances , but very often, most frequently and rarely used other than in the game of disc golf when somehow attempts to control the path of the well or poorly thrown disc by the action of dancing, skipping, wiggling, twisting and or jumping. What disc golfers do to try and steer their in-flight disc away from a collision with a trees or any other obstacle and directly into the chains.

EXAMPLE IN A SENTENCE - Yer gonna have to use skipdoodle on that one, Ernie. She's headin across the street fer the cornfield.
The following is a great addition to THE DISCTIONARY, thanks got to joe the mason. So look him up here on discgolfersR.us at http://discgolfer.ning.com/profile/JoeMason and send him a recognition award of genius. Read the article where the words first appeared by clicking http://disclife.com/jt020201.shtml .


Athemissed: Having absolutely no belief in anyone's putting philosophy…ever.

Barbedork: the guy who decides to use hole seven's basket to cook up his family's picnic lunch.

Beatnick: what message board readers feel like doing to those who entertain themselves by habitually posting controversial and inflamitory messages on disc websites (Love yah, Nick!!).

Bendodynamics: body motions made after a disc is released in the hope of correcting the flight of the disc.

Caputtulation: accepting the fact that you will never be a good putter.

Chingrip: a short putt thrown very hard into the chains.

Complimentinator: the player who prematurely says 'nice shot'... and gets the blame when your disc hits a tree.

Dirbris (dir-bree): the line of dirt along the inside rim of a well-used disc.

Discgusting: the ongoing attempt to find more new and exciting ways to incorporate the word "disc" into any disc golf related websites, stores, merchandise, etc.

Hempathy: being cool about understanding the innocent vices of others.

Ka-putt: the result of a disc that hits the chains, but falls out.

Parthritis: the difficulty in trying to convince other golfers that not every single hole on every single course is a par three.

Putthetic: the whining noise you hear when a golfer can do nothing but complain, complain, complain.

Puttperpetude: the act of retrieving your missed practice putt and going back to the exact same spot you missed from and trying again (and again….and again….).

Puttpitation: to take a putting stance, get your feet all set, loosen your shoulders, adjust your grip, pick a link….then decide to explore other putting stances.

Recurtic: a disc with your name on it that has been given to someone else, gets lost, and keeps getting returned to you.

Retrofrisbonic: anyone who still carries Wham-O plastic for golf.

Rimnicks: the dings and nicks on a disc.

Smakamatopia: during your war story, the act of recreating the sound your disc made when it hit a tree.

Snivot: a thin slice in the snow that serves as the only indication of where your disc is hiding.

Throwler: a disc that becomes a roller despite your intent to throw the disc flat.

Treepidation: being wary of making another shot that could possibly put you even deeper into the woods than you already are.

Twigonometry: every golfers' unconscious ability to accumulate twigs, leaves, and dirt in the bottom of their golf bag.

Zeemonia: what a disc with no spin experiences.
goindiscn (going' - disc - en) or (go- ing - disc - en) The actual physical time that usually seems to be triple or double what it actually is, and occurs whenever a disc golfer is traveling between point A and continues until that exact moment when that disc golfer is on the first tee pad ready to godiscn.
EXAMPLE IN A SENTENCE - Anytime I'm goendiscn I become hypnotized by the car engine, voices, the wind and my fantasy of a perfect drive as soon as I arrive on the first tee pad to godiscn.
Turkey (tur-key) The act of hitting three birdies in a row.
Turkey-with-gravy: (tur-key-with-gray-vee) The act of hitting four or more birdies in a row.
Turkey-vulture (tur-key-vul-chure) The act of getting three bogies in a row. Ouch!

Example in a sentence - Wow! That was a turkey, goble, goble, maybe I can get a turkey-with-gravy if I keep the streak alive. Well thats great for you, but I just got a turkey-vulture, so keep your turkey and gravy to yourself!
discgruntled - ( disc- grunt - led ) The act of loudly grunting to exert more power into your shot, therefore leading your disc closer to the pin every time you throw.
OB-city - an out of bounds lie.

Example Sentance: We WOULD be even if I didn't chuck that putt into OB-city.

nestle- a chant one utters to encourage their shot.

Example Sentance: NESTLE!! ??
chunder - (verb) to play well below your own expectations. "Man, I really chundered today... but there's always tomorrow!"

Princess Lay-up - used to describe yourself when you weak-arm a putt. "Way to go, princess lay-up"
Heard this one at a tournement the other day.

Walmart (wal-mart)-when your disc is flying good, then hits an object and rolls back 20+' away from the basket.

Example in a sentence- " your disc just went to walmart."

Be creative when useing this. And when used at the right time could be damn funny.
Jedi route or Jedi- When a disc is about to be treenied, and imminent doom is impending. But, instead of hitting the tree it goes through without touching a branch. The Force is strong within that one. Or when a disc is thrown on a line that no one would have thought possible. Most often by mistake. With the same results of not touching a branch.

When this happens most other players stat that you were lucky or wow never thought of taking that route. Your reply would be" oh young padawon (? on spelling) learner, you have much to learn on the ways of the Force." Making you a Jedi Master.

Beware, sometimes the path of a Jedi can lead you to the Dark Side.
starpar- everyone on one card gets par

"starpar?"," yup starpar"...hahhahaa
also known as "Local Route"- sometimes just "Local". Inevitably,when you throw one, someone in your group will call out a loud "LOCAL"- at which point you calmly remark, "Yes, How do you go?".

Psycho said:
Jedi route or Jedi- When a disc is about to be treenied, and imminent doom is impending. But, instead of hitting the tree it goes through without touching a branch. The Force is strong within that one. Or when a disc is thrown on a line that no one would have thought possible. Most often by mistake. With the same results of not touching a branch.

When this happens most other players stat that you were lucky or wow never thought of taking that route. Your reply would be" oh young padawon (? on spelling) learner, you have much to learn on the ways of the Force." Making you a Jedi Master.

Beware, sometimes the path of a Jedi can lead you to the Dark Side.

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