-sies

What is -sies?


1.

Suffix added to the end of almost every word. Used mostly by 40 year women talking to their children and/or dogs, or drunken college whores in a desperate attempt to sound more cute, less riddled with STDs and premature, substance induced age.

Ok, who wants napies?

Who's got tired little legsies?

2.

A suffix added to any noun meant to accentuate the word in the sentence. Manages to get very annoying.

"Let's go and get dome drinksies."

"Crazy wetness in the poolsies!"


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