might just be my new favorite word.  Discovered last night thanks to Paul.  Apparently it originates from Seinfeild, and is another way of describing two people who are not afraid of PDA.  So it can be used as an adjective, but also as an affectionate name for the other person, if you happen to be a part of the schmoopy couple.

Today I experimented with how many different times I could fit this into conversation.  And found absolutely no bad things about this brilliant word.  Plus, it’s fun to say.  Therefore I rate it a 10.



  1. gotta love the shmoopy, shmoopy…shmoopy? shmoopy! i think the propaganda is trying to use this word to replace popularly used term “smurf” from “the smurfs” show.

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