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Re: Encyclopedia Bretanica - Post your Bret-themed words here

Posted: Mon Jul 20, 2009 10:50 pm
by Ozpot
DaMango wrote:Bretimal: (noun) Half Bret/half animal hybrid, characterized as Bret McKenzie's face on an animal's body. Not known to exist in nature, but ocassionally found in art and appearing in dreams.
"Sally found the wolf bretimal in her birthday painting to be slightly creepy, but was impressed by the artistic rendering of the piece."


:roll2: :rolls:

Bretlimic - to have an eating disorder where you eat too many Bret biscuits then barf them up

Re: Encyclopedia Bretanica - Post your Bret-themed words here

Posted: Mon Jul 20, 2009 11:41 pm
by nonchalant obsession
Bretolizer: What I must blow into to prove that I'm not driving under the influence of too much Bret. (I think I'd blow a 1.5 right now, btw)

Bretcetera: Used at the end of a sentence to indicate the incompleteness of adjectives describing the hotness of Bret.

Bretorobilia: Collection of memorable things or events linked to Bret McKenzie.

Re: Encyclopedia Bretanica - Post your Bret-themed words here

Posted: Mon Jul 20, 2009 11:50 pm
by biscuit
Bret cetera :roll2:

Re: Encyclopedia Bretanica - Post your Bret-themed words here

Posted: Mon Jul 20, 2009 11:59 pm
by nonchalant obsession
McKenzeal: A viry polite word to describe excitement at any thing Bret related.

She could barely contain her McKenzeal at the sight of the finger licking Bret pix. :worry:

Re: Encyclopedia Bretanica - Post your Bret-themed words here

Posted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 12:11 am
by biscuit
I believe this can also be called a bretish :geek:

As in "Nonch has a serious finger licking bretish going on." :eyelashes:

Re: Encyclopedia Bretanica - Post your Bret-themed words here

Posted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 12:15 am
by Ozpot
biscuit wrote:I believe this can also be called a bretish :geek:

As in "Nonch has a serious finger licking bretish going on." :eyelashes:


:roll2: Perfect!
I have a bretish for red & blue beanies and red leather jackets.

Re: Encyclopedia Bretanica - Post your Bret-themed words here

Posted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 12:18 am
by biscuit
I have a bretish for curls and scruff and arms :rolleyes:

Re: Encyclopedia Bretanica - Post your Bret-themed words here

Posted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 12:22 am
by Ozpot
Bret's arms. :rolleyes:

Let's have a theme for Bret's arms!

Re: Encyclopedia Bretanica - Post your Bret-themed words here

Posted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 12:25 am
by biscuit
Hasn't there been one? But really, who cares, eh? :D

Re: Encyclopedia Bretanica - Post your Bret-themed words here

Posted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 12:53 am
by Ozpot
Brescles - the muscles in Bret's arms

"Ooh, Bret, your brescles are so big~!"

Re: Encyclopedia Bretanica - Post your Bret-themed words here

Posted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 1:11 am
by nonchalant obsession
Brescles! :lol:

Pssst... The arm theme over on the Bret thread starts a bit down page 180. enjoy. :snakeman:

Re: Encyclopedia Bretanica - Post your Bret-themed words here

Posted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 1:14 am
by biscuit
nonchalant obsession wrote:Brescles! :lol:

Pssst... The arm theme over on the Bret thread starts a bit down page 180. enjoy. :snakeman:


Cheers! :D

Re: Encyclopedia Bretanica - Post your Bret-themed words here

Posted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 1:55 am
by mohumbhai mania
Labretry: where Bret concocts his fiendishly clever jokes and songs.

Re: Encyclopedia Bretanica - Post your Bret-themed words here

Posted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 2:00 am
by nonchalant obsession
Good one MM.

biscuit wrote:I believe this can also be called a bretish :geek:

As in "Nonch has a serious finger licking bretish going on." :eyelashes:


Yis, that is one among many I'm afraid... :purple:

You do have a bret-vantage over me in that you always demonstrate the bret-pitome of self control and never (hardly) let your bret-thusiam overflow into unacceptable bret-havior. I find this all very bretertaining, don't you? Would you like me to interp-bret your latest dream for you? :rolls:

Re: Encyclopedia Bretanica - Post your Bret-themed words here

Posted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 2:20 am
by stephv27
Bretopia
Also known as the sunny green fields of our imagination. The place Bretaholics retreat to when they feel dangerously close to posting the actual thoughts they are having while viewing the Bret photo thread.


Bretonese
The language used by Breterosexuals when discussing Bret. In the Bretonese alphabret, words are often replaced by symbols or flanked by asterisks, e.g. *gasp* and *sigh*. Italics and very small font are also prevelant.

The most commonly used Bretonese symbols are:
:thud: :tonqe: :snakeman: :drool: :nod: :waggle: :shock: :heart: :blush: :love: :rock: