Define: Colocation

Kathy and I saw the word "colocation" on a billboard, and ended up laughing about it for about a half an hour (it was past our bedtime).

Before you google it, tell me what you think the word means.

I thought it was a kind of vacation that you never want to go on.

9 comments:

Crystal said...

Being in 2 places at the same time...a la harry potter and the time turner.

Jenny said...

Something to do with the colon?

Megan said...

I think it means placing something somewhere.

David/Dad/Doc said...

A vacation to Colorado?

Mike and Lauren said...

Two things sharing one place?

Anne Marie said...

Sounds painful...

eden said...

colocation - c-o-l-o-c ... oh wait, you said 'define' it. yeah... no.

janel said...

When your intestines get clogged? Clearly I'm not an English major, but rather, I have a spouse with IBS, and therefore engage in excessive discussion about digestion.

janel said...

BTW, Mark is ALWAYS reading billboards. Have you seen the Aquatic Hitchhikers one? That took him a while.