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I have had the opportunity with a group of bloggers to work with Clorox to come up with words that would go in their Icktionary. When brainstorming about different words, I would say them out loud and my husband would just look at me weird like he really didn’t get it. There are so many great words that have been created through this project.
The two words that I came up with and is being put in the Clorox Icktionary is….
As a mom you know how it is when you have a sick one in the house, the toilet is the popular place to be especially if it is that dreaded stomach virus. Think back to when you had the last virus and how you didn’t look forward to cleaning the toilet after the virus had invaded your home. It makes you want to sing the blues doesn’t it? I know it does me, so Toilet Blues is a real word with real meaning.
Now Scrub-a-licious is the opposite of Toilet Blues. Scrub-a-licious is that fun tune you get it in your head that you hum when your tub is almost clean or the shower is shinning so beautiful. It makes you want to sing a happy song.
I just laugh at some of the words that have been cleverly created. They are awesome. For example, moms with toddlers you will love this one….. Poop-edo is the word that describes baby poop in the tub. Or what about French Terry Dip- When your bath robe belt decides to take a dip in the toilet. There are so many ick-tionary terms to check out.
Clorox Ick-tionary: One icky catastrophe can easily turn into a hilarious party story or top-ick of parent-to-parent chatter. The Clorox® Ick-tionary captures the icky every day and over-the-top situations that everyone can relate to; from circumstances surrounding the unpleasantness of life’s #1’s and #2’s (and sometimes #3’s) to things like applesauce on the ceiling (how?). This online, interactive forum at www.icktionary.com officially brings together the new language of mess, including how to conquer and laugh about them, all brought to you by ick survivors and parents who have been there and cleaned that.
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