A small, often almost indescribable thing ... a paperclip ... a thinger
... a piece of snackfood, for example a Dorito chip
, which in this case can describe a plate or container of snackfood, especially when in its plural form ... glitches ... an appetiser.
A very useful thinking word when you cannot remember its name ... a what-cha-ma-call-it ... a thing-a-ma-bob
Needing a paper clip
to secure his printout, John asks his secretary for a glitch.
Can you please pass me a glitch?
You dropped a glitch on the floor!
Would you like some glitches while we're watching TV? Note how descriptive this is of chips or nachos. With nachos you remove a chip (glitch) one glitch at a time. Even the cheese on nachos can be refered to as glitch ... Would you like some extra glitch on your glitches?
Shall we go to Red Robin
for glitches? going for appetisers
Fluffy left a glitch for you on the floor. referring to a piece of dry catfood
brought as a gift or perhaps a piece of dried poo or hairball
found about the place.
I'm glitched-out meaning I've eaten too many/much ... i.e. chips
A glitch for you, a glitch for me referring to sharing and distributing Raisinets
or other small candy at a movie theatre. Popcorn is never properly referred to as glitches, perhaps because of its oily nature.