Often Overlooked and Undefinded Excretions

Sleep- (noun -not the commonly known verb to sleep, slumber) the whitish, oftentimes hard stuff that gathers at the inner and outer corners of one’s eye. Can be found mostly in the morning after first waking up but also does occasionally appear in the middle of the day, generally when doing something important or going on a first date. (This is of unknown origin and lab tests have proven inconclusive.)

Most famous quote: “Alarm clock rings and I rise, wipe the sleep out of my eyes…” -The Monkees “Daydream Believer”

Scree- (noun) white or sometimes clear stuff that gathers at the corners of one’s mouth for no apparent reason. Can be found anytime of day with no regard to mealtime. Believed to be closely associated with the noun sleep. (This too is of unknown origin and lab tests have proven inconclusive.)

“I would have hired him but he had so much scree on his mouth he could hardly talk.”

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