Cain: There’s a Marissa-Speak dictionary on the MTW wiki.
Ghostie: Of course there is. That’s the only way to attempt to make sense of this … whatever it is.
One of the reasons MarissaTheWriter fanfics became particularly infamous is because of the vocabulary used. Some of this vocabulary is collected here in alphabetical order.
british v. to speak with a plethora of British cursewords and a stereotypical British accent
Other variations of the word exist, such as "to french", "to russian", "to texas" and "to Zim". However, none of these seem to be as developed as britishing, and are simply ordinary trollficese with another name.
drugs and beerEdit
drugs and beer n.phr. substances that, when inhaled or ingested, make one into a druggy jerk
feces n. the part of the head containing vital organs such as the eyes, the nose and the mouth
I swear, anytime I hear the word feces, I’m going to have to use brain bleach, thanks to this fic.
god save the queenEdit
One of the more infamous phrases used as part of britishing. It is used as an interjection. It is only occasionally related to Queen Elizabeth.
Main article: Goth emo
happy v. to become happy
Many other verbs based on nouns and adjectives exist in the MarissaTheWriter vocabulary, such as "to president" and "to Hunger Games".
LOL v. (present participle lolling, past participle lolled) to laugh
Usually, in addition to smoking drugs and drinking beer, villains of MarissaTheWriter stories will also "molestrape" others. While the precise nature of molestraping is unknown, Marissa mentions that when Scot put Katty the Koala in his ballsack, Skepkitty mistook it for Scot molestraping Katty.
o-mouth v. to gasp
The word is based on the Internet smile :O.
sewiside v. to purposefully kill oneself; n. the act of sewisiding
Sewisides are typically associated with goth emos.
At first, the word was used as a verb, "to sewiside", but in later fics, the usage became "to commit sewiside".
sores adj. worse
wank v. to beat someone up
Like "god save the queen", "wank" is a term associated with britishing, and also sometimes crops up in character names such as Willy Wanker.