I'm not quite sure how to introduce this set of words except to say that no offense is intended. To anyone.
Please read on only if you have a sense of humor and don't take life too seriously.
After all, it's day 25. Y-Day.
1. A prostitute from south of the borderSheila was more than happy to look at Doug's Mexico vacation pictures, but when she noticed the Yucatang hanging all over him in the bar pictures, she knew that the personalice he claimed to have weren't really 'personal'.
1. The reproduction Native American clothing that tourists buy at National Parks; souvenir shops.
Until Doug agreed to take off the Yosemite glam chief's headdress he bought, Sheila refused to walk within 10 paces of him on the tour.
1. A person who naturally and normally speaks far too loudly.
Sheila learned to ignore the irritated stink-eye Doug got from regular parishioners when his yellinguist tendencies surfaced during Sunday mass.
1. A female rabbit with an itchy vaginal infection.
Although she supported Doug's desire to read to her 4-year-old niece at bedtime, Sheila knew she had to draw the line at the Yeaster Bunny series he brought with him tonight.
1. The person who bathes old Jewish people in retirement homes.
Having been unemployed for months now, news of an open position for a yiddishwasher at the Home for Retired Meshuugenah gave Doug hope that he may have finally found his dream job.
1. A saw used for butchering oxen.
Doug wondered why the saw he was using wouldn't cut through the deer he was butchering, and then he realized that he'd been using a yaksaw by mistake.
1. A place on the wrong side of the tracks where clothing can be washed for a handful of quarters.
If Doug didn't fix their washer and dryer soon, Sheila was going to have to hire an armed bodyguard to go with her to the Yolandromat every Friday night.
1. The effect on a person's accent after moving to the South.
They had only been vacationing in Mississippi for two weeks when Doug started using the word fixin' in every other sentence. It was then that Shelia realized that the y'alliteration had begun in ernest.
1. A child from the Far East.
Sheila's biological clock was definitely ticking and she longed to be pregnant, but Doug was more resourceful and believed in recycling, so adopting a youthinasia seemed the logical thing to do.