1. Pandemonium. Feeling proud of her innovative teaching methods, Katrina invited the spider monkey’s owner to bring him to class, revealing her deeply flawed understanding of both monkeys and first graders. Pandemonium ensued.
2. Cabal. The Strunkwhite Cabal was dedicated to destroying misspelled and mispunctuated signs wherever they occurred. Despite their 30 year reign of terror, it wasn’t until their poorly planned DoS attack on the White House Informational website “Cash for Crunkers” that they came to the attention of the FBI.
3. Shenanigans. Sure, they may just be childish shenanigans now, but left unchecked, they’ll soon graduate to hijinks, or even monkey business. And I think you know what comes next. That’s right. Tomfoolery. And none of us wants to see that happen.
4. Perfidious. If her senses hadn’t been overwhelmed by the intoxicating scent of Drakkar Noir, Melanie never would have trusted the perfidious Pablo and his mariachi band of deceit. Now she was out one iPod, fifteen dollars, and the never-to-be-recaptured bloom of first love.
5. Mustachioed. A passionate love letter from Tom Selleck caused Vera to reconsider her personal rule against dating mustachioed men.
6. Fandango. Strangely, his early training in fandango dancing did not help him get the lead role in Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo.
7. Pusillanimous. Daryl was too pusillanimous to use the word ‘shrew’, because although the rodent in question was shrieking at him yet again, she was also slicing carrots with a very sharp knife.
9. Drosophila Melanogaster. Waiter, there’s a Drosophila Melanogaster in my soup!
10. Bourgeois. “Arby’s curly fries?” he gasped at her. “I had no idea when we started our relationship that you were so bourgeois. Next you’ll be telling me that you didn’t even like ‘Lost In Translation’!”