You look simply frabjous today, darling!
Now I’ve done it.
I’ve put you in one of those awkward positions,
like when someone has a scrap of spinach in her teeth,
and you can’t quite decide if it’s your place to point it out.
Don’t worry, I know what you want to say, and I can take it.
You think I misspelled “fabulous,”
made a mess of it,
(all modesty aside).
Alas, my dear, I haven’t sworn off spellcheck.
In fact, I didn’t actually misspell the word “frabjous.”
Well, not exactly.
According to Dictionary.com (which cites Lewis Carroll’s kooky 1871 classic, Through the Looking-Glass),
is an informal adjective meaning wonderful, elegant, superb.
Frabjous is a perfect fit for you!