Re: What is the meaning of "binoculars"?
She is describing the party she is inviting her friend to using a silly made up word. She has taken half of the word bananas, and half of the word ridiculous (both of which could be used to describe the party) and made the word "banoculous" which sounds, when spoken, like "binoculars". Initially her friend says that the word is not "half bananas, half ridiculous" but then she rethinks and decides that it's a "cool" word and decides that she's happy for her friend to use it.
Originally Posted by elka021
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