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Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns

Show Slang
Absence:
How Mr. Brown says abstinence.
 
Admiral:
How Mr. Brown says admirable
 
Applause:
How Mr. Brown says appease.
 
Bikillni:
A garment that evokes the urge to murder its inventor.
 
Bilateral:
How Mr. Brown says bilingual.
 
Bootulism:
A rare illness caused by wearing outdated footwear.
 
Corpse:
How Mr. Brown says corps.
 
Crunky-dory:
Feeling slightly inebriated but also feeling quite pleased.
 
Debutt:
How Mr. Brown says début
 
Derelict:
How Mr. Brown says benedict.
 
Detestosterone:
An overabundance of hormones that causes bullying, an annoying sense of entitlement and overuse of the word, ''bro.''
 
Diagram:
How Mr. Brown says diaphragm
 
Diearrhea:
Feeling like you'll die on the toilet after contracting an especially nasty intestinal infection.
 
Entanglement:
How Mr. Brown says endangerment.
 
Explicit:
How Mr. Brown says exquisite.
 
Galope:
How Mr. Brown says to elope on horseback.
 
Gloveable:
How Mr. Brown says gullible.
 
Humflinger:
A person or thing of striking excellence and throwing ability.
 
Huskle:
When a corn-on-the-cob merchant rips you off.
 
Laporatory:
The place where exotic dancers research and perfect new moves.
 
Laryngitis:
How Mr. Brown says larynx.
 
Lesbian:
How Mr. Brown says thespian.
 
Manager:
How Mr. Brown says manger.
 
Marriaged:
Growing feeble with each passing year of married life.
 
Mobesity:
Massive crowds that camp out before a new fast food joint’s grand opening.
 
Momamagous:
When only one woman is the mother of all your children.
 
Nasteee:
How Mr. Brown spells nasty.
 
No Food:
How Mr. Brown says tofu.
 
Osteoartitis:
Joint inflammation that's become clichéd.
 
Papalazzi:
How Mr. Brown says paparazzi.
 
Pepper:
How Mr. Brown says prepare.
 
Radius:
How Mr. Brown says radiant.
 
Recip:
How Mr. Brown says recipe.
 
Rectorial:
How Mr. Brown says directorial
 
Represenstation:
When you send someone else to put gas in your car.
 
Reqi-yuck:
Of or relating to an educational subject that is strongly disliked.
 
Sawrong:
A not-so-flattering, draped fabric worn at odd times, like when grocery shopping or pumping gas.
 
Scholast-ick:
The sound a safe makes when you crack into it.
 
Splizit:
How Mr. Brown says exquisite.
 
Stinkquel:
A bad movie or book, based on popular fictional characters and settings, solely created to make money for the studio or publisher.
 
Stunned:
How Mr. Brown says stunning.
 
Superstitious:
How Mr. Brown says superficial.
 
Tattool:
A guy who has no idea what his foreign-language tattoo means.
 
Transformexuals:
Cross dressing robots.
 
Willies:
How Mr. Brown says wiles.
 

Warning: Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: tbs ( USA)
Airs: Fridays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: January 07, 2009
Ended: November 18, 2011
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