Today I've got two portmanteaus to share. No, not coat-hanging furniture... As formulated by Wikipedia, portmanteau words are words "formed by blending sounds from two or more distinct words and combining their meanings". The article helpfully adds:
A humorous synonym for "portmanteau word" is "frankenword", itself a portmanteau word, blending "Frankenstein" and "word".
Nothing to do with non-kosher Vulcans; a spork is an eating implement (un couvert, quoi) that combines a spoon and a fork. You can sometimes get one those with the inflight dinner if you're flying a rubbish airline... They're decent enough as spoons but they're usually completely useless as forks, because the teeth are much too short. Not that plastic forks are ever any good anyway.
Moving away from combinatorial cutlery, spoodle is the "breed" name of Dizzy, my landlords' dog. Believe it or not, it's a cross between a cocker spaniel and a poodle. I'm reserving judgment on the aesthetics of the matter out of respect for Dizzy, who seems like a lovely individual, but I do love the name. It's just so Yankee Doodle, very fitting for New England.