-sidue

What is -sidue?


1.

A suffix that originates from the word residue. Any sloppy noun can be placed before it to mean residue of that noun, most commonly in reference to food.

Jules sits, muching on a bar of delectable chocolate.

Bill: "Hey Jules, you've got some chocolate-sidue on your face."

Jules: "Oh thank you for noticing, I'll wipe that right off."

Nick: "Dyl! You have to use a coaster! You got lemonade-sidue on my desk... Ugh..."

Dyl: "Saawy..."

See residue, chocolate, lemonade, suffix, food


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