Tuesday, June 29, 2010


noun. A position I aspire to, as soon as Christina Hendricks accepts my proposal and calls off those snipers.

Real citation: "@wordnik, I -in-law those. My wife's dog is my dog-in-law. She doesn't have a beard, but she does have a beard-in-law (mine)."
(June 23, 2010, Michael Waddell, Twitter, http://twitter.com/Quadell/status/16864628852)

Made-up citation: "In Oregon, if you shave a beard-in-law, you are legally entitled to a free puppy."

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