If you are a parent and you are looking for a book this holiday season that will have you laughing out loud be sure to check out “The Kid Dictionary” by author Eric Ruhalter. This book describes some of the hilarious and ridiculous things your children may do over the holidays. I couldn’t believe how accurate these definitions were. The Kid Dictionary will give you the pitch-perfect “why didn’t I think of that?” words you’ve always needed for kids and their crazy behaviors both every day and during the Holiday season. This is the perfect gift!
Some examples in the book are:
INPLAYTIABLE (in-PLAY-shee-uh-bull) adj.: – Filled with the desire to own every single toy advertised on television.
JINGLEBERRY (JING-uhl-behr-ee) n. : A Christmas Carol or other holiday song whose lyrics have been changed to incorporate potty talk and other themes contrary to the season the songs were intended to celebrate.
SHIRTURBED (shurr-TERBD) adj.: The annoyed state of a child who just received an article of clothing as a present.
SAINTNICKTRONIZE (saynt-NICK-truh–nize) v.: To feign belief in Santa Claus (et.al) with hopes of a bigger Chrstmas payload. (See: EASTERBLUFFING)
SANTASTROPHE (sann-TASS-truh-fee) n.: A parent’s misconception that their baby will enjoy being handed to an enormous, white-haired, bearded stranger in a blood red suit for a Christmas photo.
You can find “The Kid Dictionary” on Amazon for $9.99.