WORD to Ponder

Chairdrobe: a noun describing a particular way of storing clothes rather than using a closet or drawer. This word is a slang term and has been used for the past ten years or so. Most teens understand this word explicitly. Use in a sentence: Would you please use a hanger instead of the chairdrobe so your clean clothes stay neat and orderly?

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2 Responses to WORD to Ponder

  1. Margy Lutz says:

    I remember my mom telling me as a teen to clean up my chair with the follow-up, “Wait till you have kids of your own.” Maybe that’s why I avoided it. Just kidding.

  2. Norma says:

    I have a friend who refers to her floordrobe….

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