In the video game The Simpsons: Hit & Run, when driving with Cletus Spuckler he will yell "Move it, Land Cow!" Rastafy was previously used by hip-hop artist The D.O.C. Scrod means "A young cod or haddock, especially one split and boned for cooking as the catch of the day," so a scrod basket could be a type of fish container, or, in this context, a place producing lots of fish (Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport appears to be on the coast, so this is feasible). ("Kill the Alligator and Run"). 2? I see you've played Knifey-Spooney before.". It's just that The Simpsons is a popular TV show, and as such I noticed that one, and so I made this thread. In "The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson" Barney had left Homer's car illegally parked on the plaza at the World Trade Center. Used by Mr. Burns when describing a television. Describing his model rocket, Homer said: "The word unblowuppable is thrown around a lot these days, but I think I can say for certain that ... " and was then cut off by the rocket blowing up. Homer begins a diatribe, "Well, it all starts when a nulecule comes out of its nest..." then Lisa grabs the phone and tells Moe that the correct answer is "bonbon". A word that The Simpsons made up is now entering everyday language. I occasionally make up my own words, but it’s even better when I find a made up word I’ve never made up before. Seymour Skinner was suspected of having this disease, although in reality, it was a laser pointer used as a prank by Bart. (See sacrilicious.). I love made up words. Moe then passes on the million dollar question and the Millionaire babes burn other half of the million dollars in a wheelbarrow. Later added to Bart's Grand Conspiracy Theory diagram along with the Saucer People and the Rand Corporation. He also seems to be unable to pronounce several other instruments. They did their best... Shoddilly-iddily-iddily-diddly... Gotta be nice... hostility-ilitybilitydility aaaw hell diddly ding dong crap! During Lisa's absence in "Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily", Homer attempted to "play" Lisa's baritone saxophone in her memory by singing "Saxamaphone" to the tune of the initial motif from Beethoven's Fifth Symphony into the instrument. Of course, these aren’t the only made-up words “The Simpsons” has made popular. Used in "The Wettest Stories Ever Told," when Ned Flanders is knocked unconscious by Homer's bowling ball from the roof. The most direct of the three methods ("Subliminal, liminal, and superliminal") used by Navy recruiter Lt. L. T. Smash to convince new recruits. 'Kwyjibo' was used as one of the aliases of the creator of the Melissa worm, and is the name of a yo-yo string trick. Horatio McCallister's word for an upcoming doom. Homer's term for a complex machine, used to describe Frink's matter transporter. This made-up word, popularized by The Simpsons, was officially added to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary earlier this year. ::Nobody is excluding the Simpsons – Others can argue and make a case for other shows with a similar background. Professor Frink's name for a cube (a.k.a. also used some existing words and phrases in new ways. A useless stupid person, according to Mr. Burns, who used the term in reference to Homer in "Who Shot Mr. Burns? In another self-parodying use, Apu, a vegetarian, shows off his t-shirt with the saying surrounding an actual cow in a no symbol in the seventh season's "Lisa the Vegetarian". There have been a handful of made-up words the series' writers created that are now sitting proudly in prestigious dictionaries, like Merriam-Webster and Oxford English, alongside bona fide real words. Marge's pronunciation of "alcohol" in "There's No Disgrace Like Home" and "The War of the Simpsons". However, not every word The Simpsons coined was technically invented by the show. Life & Style is part of the A360 Media Entertainment Group.Copyright © A360 Media LLC 2021. Email This BlogThis! It might be a reference to the Delaware Valley's popular Tastykake snack cakes. A condition resulting from excitement over Jebediah Springfield. While "Car Hole" appears only twice in the series itself, it is often used by fans to jokingly refer to a garage, or garage-like structure. Quite Possibly The Worst Chip Flavors Of All Time 18 Pics What Grampa calls bananas. In the episode "Bart the Genius," Bart puts "kwyjibo" on the board, scoring 116 points (22 points plus Triple Word Score plus 50 points for using all seven of his letters.) A The direction that is referred to as "down" in the rest of the country. They can be great for naming your website, business, product or project. Rageahol A euphemistic exclamation Marge uses when something bad happens. Homer then received a letter regarding this violation: This could be a reference to George Orwell's Newspeak, featured in his book 1984, where mal is a prefix for mistake, bad, or wrong. The Simpsons TV show has coined some new words, phrases, portmanteaux, and abbreviations, popularized some existing words and phrases, and. From a famous saying by Jebediah Springfield/Hans Sprungfeld: "A Noble Spirit Embiggens the Smallest Man", evoking the manner in which its antonym, belittle, was coined by Thomas Jefferson.