Hike’s Dictionary: Wart Dis

September 13, 2011 § Leave a comment

Wart Dis

– (Verb) used without object: A suggestion which encourages the listener to stop what they are doing and turn their attention to the speaker. May be used to preview an action by the speaker.

Note to speaker: Having an idea about what specific action to take once you have the listener’s attention is not required. Often, once you have the attention of the listener, you can think of an action to take on the spot.

Action ideas may include (but are not limited to) doing a “big jump,” flopping onto the floor or roaring like a lion.



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