Words I Realized: Stolch

stolch [stohlch], n – toothpaste stains on a sink

If left unattended to, a distinct skidmark such as this one could turn into a burdensome, ciggitch-like substance in less than a day. We’re gonna have to do something about it, but let me make one thing clear – I DO NOT want to touch any substance that has journeyed throughout the interstices of your mouth.  Not even through a paper towel.  Instead, I’m gonna do that move where I tilt my hand underneath the faucet to direct the flow of water directly on top of the toothpaste.  I rock at that move.

Riley spent a good seven minutes explaining to his wife, Fern, that the stolch he left on the sink that morning was in fact a sign of endearment and not complete indifference towards her various cleanliness-related requests. 


Wait, stolch?? I don’t get it… Can you explain?

Special Thanks To Blake Furman, whose oral hygiene habits led to the creation of this word.

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