Saturday, December 5, 2009

Saturday learnings

Huffle 203

Good morning and welcome to my class room. Today I am going to talk about the Huffle Dictionary.

I have invented some very important new words lately and I think we need to write them down and keep track of them. I'm even going to add a special page to my blog up there so we can keep adding words as we come across them.

Here are the first couple.

Snoozervising: (verb) this is a combination of snoopervising and snoozing. It has a high degree of difficulty and is not for the faint hearted.

Huffle: (verb) to walk off in a fit of temper, to walk off in a huffle.

If you think of any more good words to add to my dictionary please let me know.


Misha said...

I've got a new one - "HuffleMum" for your Mummy!

Anonymous said...

Juno will LOVE Huffle (the verb) ... she HUFFLES all the time at Mr. Wild Dingo... especially if Mr. Wild Dingo gives attention to Loki before he gives it to HER! We giggle when she Huffles...

Not so sure how she'd do with Huffle the cat...she is a sibe after all. If cat was say, very confident, like Huffle Mawson, she'd probably do ok. Today she just played with a Rat Terrier who was quite confident little boy! she liked him lots! I'll bet she'd like you too Huffle! especially since you're named for her favorite thing to do at Mr. Wild Dingo!
wild dingo

Anonymous said...

Iz it Sunday already? We just got to Friday. We are very confuzled, Huffle.

Memories of Eric and Flynn said...

We like huffle. Eric gets in a huffle when I get the best place in the bed.

Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

I am going to start walking off in a huffle all the time. I mean, I already do, but I didn't know what to call it.


Danielle said...

I ran off in a Huffle after it snowed here this morning. MOL

Angel Ginger Jasper said...

I love that idea. I got the huffle cause its raining again.. Hugs Gj x

♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

We have hufflers here, Phantom is a huffler for sure. Hey, we know we saw a Sunday post here before - did we lose a week, gain a day, what happened? We know, Mum hit enter too fast, ours does it all the time.

Happy weekend, the OP Pack

Cats in trees said...

Those are great new words. And we hope to put them in action some day. But for now me may be too young to pull of a serious huffle (a funny thought pops in our head when we try it). And our mom Briti tells us she will teach us the art of snoozervising when we are old enough.

The Army of Four said...

Oh, I just love educational posts! Here's a word I invented for you that means to soak up sun rays on the balcony. And the word is: Balconize. As in "I was chilly, then I balconized. Now I feel much better." It's also possible to snoozervise while balconizing.
Tail wags,

Anonymous said...

So that's where you got your name!

Jasmim said...

loved it !

Anonymous said...

You are the BEST Huffle of them all!

Lorenza said...

Hi, Huffle!
I do the Snoozervising thing all the time but I did not know how to call it!
Thanks for letting me know!
Kisses and hugs

Quill and Greyson said...

Mom using Huffle all the time... when Dad is fussing over something Mom will say "Don't Huffle me!"

NAK and The Residents of The Khottage Now With KhattleDog! said...

I had been using the word 'merdin' along to deskhribe how Khousin Merdie does things!

PeeEssWoo: So, what did woo get your mum - besides an early 'snuggle'?

Suka said...

hey Huffle Mawson,

So, are you a word or a cat? I am confused.

Anyway, I love to learn so thanks for today's lesson. I will do my homework and let you know if I come up with any new words for your dictionary. In the meantime, I need to figure out which came first: Huffle the word or Huffle the cat. How perplexing!


Milo and Alfie said...

Wot fun! We're sure we will discover lots more Huffle words!

The Florida Furkids said...

We snoopervise all the time - good choice. We also like Huffle as a verb (and a kitty).

Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

pee ess - tell your Mom to go visit Glogirly and Katie's blog - it's all about SHOES!!!

Forever Foster said...

I got in a Huffle when Ronny tried to eat my Fancy Feast!

Stella said...

My Mom says when she was young her Mom always used to tell her "Now don't get in a huff about this." That was when she thought she was angry about something. But if she did get in a huff, would she have been huffalized?

Stella, who is hardly ever in a huff, Huffle!

Donna said...

"Huffle"-- a type of rugby play.

Jack & Moo said...

Great word, Huffle. I'd like to add the one I came up with last year - snowzing. That's what I call it when I sleep outside in the snow. See:

a-roos to yous,
jack a-roo

Anonymous said...

Hey Huffle,
We already use snoopervising quite a bit. Seems that they are starting to build a house on the vacant lot next to our house and it is on the same side as the Newfs pen and the rtrievers paddock; also just out the kitchen windows where the cats can observe. Hence, 12 of the 13 of us are quite bust "snoopervising" throughout the day. Radar is unable to do the snoop part so he uses his ears and then he barkavises as appropriate.