Emily Words

Endoresful

From Episode 4.05 “Here Comes The Family” – Being willing to endorse, usually seen as a characteristic of a bitter person.

Cople

From Episode 3.25 “Kickin’ & Screamin'” – An estranged married couple dealing with the death of their child.

Stire

From Episode 3.15 “Change is Good” – Studying in an admiring kind of way.

Infurance Shirm

From Episode 3.11 “Ouch!” – When radio shows or podcasts are confused with insurance firms.

Neuf Varkin

From Episode 3.09 “Going Down South America Way!” – Frustration at not being able to tell the difference between pictures and text.

Trobble

From Episode 3.05 “t.A.T.u. Sandwich!” – Trouble coming from a transgender source.

Kennimal

From Episode 2.30 “It’s GMX Baby!” – An amalgamation of an animal and a kennel.

Connenxion

From Episode 2.30 “It’s GMX Baby!” – When you’re so confused by attempting to make a connection that you actually can’t speak properly.

Writting

From Episode 2.27 “A Very Special Topical Vacation” – When someone is letting being an award-winning writer get to her head.

Prefirst

From Episode 2.24 “Maeby Was Snubbed Again!” – The Preferred, First of something.

Will Fairmell

From Episode 2.21 “No One Else Cares (That She’s Emily Steele)” – Will Farrell’s more funny twin brother.

Plame

From Episode 2.21 “No One Else Cares (That She’s Emily Steele)” – When blame is perceived but not real or actual.

Mestinnin

From Episode 2.16 “Pre-Empted Again?!” – No one is really sure but we think this might be similar to “messin”. Example: “I’m not mestinnin around!”

Demokarick

From Episode 2.09 “Cold, Crisp, Refreshing Sugar Flavored Syrup!” – The Democrat version of “Republican Primates”, who are the self-proclaimed Republican nominees who take part in the Republican Primaries.

Pymates

From Episode 2.09 “Cold, Crisp, Refreshing Sugar Flavored Syrup!” – Can be used in place of “Demokarick” in order to describe “Democrat Primates”, or “Democrat Pymates”. It’s just more PC that way.

Flooking

From Episode 2.01 “I Didn’t Quite Kill the Pig!” – Muppets don’t “look” (in terms of their emotions), they “flook”. Example: “Grover is flooking sad”.

B'luys

From Episode 1.21 “Dog Poop and Lies” – A combination of “believes” and “buys”.

Magnificance

From Episode 1.15 “The Ides of Trash (Save The Goats)!” – Similar to “magnificent”, but really not even close.

Soul-Lessed

From Episode 1.15 “The Ides of Trash (Save The Goats)!” – The act of one taking your soul away from you.