History of a Word

Giraffadile

[juh-raf-uh-dahyl]

Noun.
⦁ His father was a giraffe. His mother was a crocodile. You do the math.


     This mix between a long-necked giraffe and the sluggish water reptile that is a crocodile was first discovered in the year 2016 by a farmer in the sub-Sarahan region of Africa. As you could imagine, this species is a terrible sight to come across in the wild. It looks like a giraffe is mucking around in the African swamp, but when you look a little closer, you realize that it’s a freakin’ crocodile body underneath. Sure, it moves slow, but that neck reach is terrifying.

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