Top Language: Snoozeville

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Where is Snoozeville exactly? I can get there very quickly if the people I am listening to are boring!

 

To snooze means to sleep lightly for a short period of time. Snoozeville is used when something is boring and makes you sleep. It’s actually pretty funny . What do you think?

 

Here are a few examples in context:

 

  • His presentations get me to Snoozeville faster than my sleeping pills. 
  • Have you seen the latest Paris Hilton flick? Snoooooooozeville!
  • James, are you ok? It seems like your going to Snoozeville.

 

Lem..xo!

 

 

 

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