Does this phrase strike a memory in you?
“A baloo is a bear, to wuzzle means to mix, a yonker is a young man”
If it does, you probably had the majority of your schooling in the US during the 80s. It came from the standardized tests we took every year. It was part of a memory test and this was always the example they’d use. I still remember it.
So speaking of wuzzle (not those wuzzles, though it does make sense, no?), ever wondered what you’d call the offspring of a zebra and a donkey?
You get a zeedonk. Or you can call it a zebrass, zebronkey, zonkey, zebadonk, zenkey, zebrinny, or deebra.
Oh, and a wolphin is not a wolf and a dolphin. It’s a false killer whale and a dolphin for goodness sake.
UPDATE: Whoa! Today I actually saw a Panda Dog! Sorta.