Discussions WITH children on items such as what happens when you plunge your arm in lava or whether a meteor or a jaguar is faster are always welcome, of course
Posted by Lizzie on 11/27/11
Brattle, v., n.
1. To discuss one’s children, often at length. “Anne hid in the basement to avoid the cocktail brattle.” See also: spamily (Facebook or Twitter updates about kids); spawntourage (a group of approaching strollers).
Latest That Should Be a Word. Of course I would like to emphasize that my friends have never done this, never never never.
Please also see Maud Newton‘s wonderful treatisette on crows, as well as all other excellent featurelles. (Greatest challenge of this job will be finding new words for “mini-column”, methinks.)
Update! Fellow contributor Gaby Dunn (on Twitter here) comes to the rescue with “Smallumns.”