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'Is my money safe with you?'

DEFINITION: n. A bank which pays huge salaries to its executives who bet their customers' money on dumb investments, risky loans, and the inevitable government bail-out. v. To lend, spend, and mismanage a bank into bankruptcy.

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Shitibank

Created by: idavecook

Pronunciation: Shit-EEE-Bay-n-k

Sentence: "I just got a job at Shitibank!" exclaimed Joe the plumber as he leapt unknowingly down the stairs to his demise. To the horror of his co-workers and recent ex-coworkers, they wondered if Joe knew he had been laid off before his neck hit the last step?

Etymology: A loan, a dick, and your ass.

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Good play on Citibank butt the etymology?? - mweinmann, 2009-01-27: 11:44:00

Great word...you'd think with exorbitant interest they charge they could keep a few more Joe's on staff.. - Nosila, 2009-01-27: 23:20:00

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Squirlvestor

Created by: LiaraTivona

Pronunciation: skwerl-vest-or

Sentence: "Why would you give your money to a bank that is a known squirlvestor?" "Don't squirlvestor this company away at a time when the competition is looming!"

Etymology: squirrel (v. to store stashes for the future, many of which may not be recovered) investor (n. a person who arranges finances, often on behalf of others, by placing them in other locations in the hopes of future returns)

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Growontreepreneur

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Created by: GlobalGallery

Pronunciation: grow-on-tree-pren-yer

Sentence: "Thankyou Sir" uttered Manuel as he palmed the wrinkled dollar bill handed to him by the sunburnt banker in the driveway of the country club. "The keys are in your Ferrari, and your golf clubs wouldn't quite fit so I've put them in your wife's Bentley" he said politely. As the Ferrari sped off Manuel wondered if one day he too could be a wealthy growontreepreneur.

Etymology: 1. Money doesn't grow on trees - A phrase used to express the need for financial restraint. 2. entrepreneur - someone who organises a business venture and assumes the risk for it.

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An Irony Hit! - silveryaspen, 2009-01-27: 10:08:00

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Bankmananrobbing

Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Bank-man-an-robb-ing

Sentence: When Bruce invested his money in the bank he thought it would be as safe as houses, what he didn't realise however was that this particlar bank used the bankmananrobbing method and frittered their customers money away with risky loans and dodgy, and at times illegal investments.

Etymology: Bankman(short for bankmanager) + Robbing(to deprive one person of something to pay another) = Bankmananrobbing

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thought you were going for the Batman and Robin connection especially when Bruce is involved. It would work well in your etymology bankmanandrobbin - Jabberwocky, 2009-01-27: 10:17:00

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Simonpurelegree

Created by: readerwriter

Pronunciation: sigh-mun-pyoor-leh-gree

Sentence: Once the citizenry realized they had become slaves to an economic system that ultimately only benefitted corporate leaders of banks, they threw off their shackles and exposed the hypocrisy of simonpurelegree. Once convicted and exposed the greedy ones were sent to Guantanomo which was renamed the Simonpurelegrist Mill.

Etymology: From SIMONPURE, an adjective meaning hypocritically virtuous and SIMON LEGREE, the cruel and horrible slavemaster of Uncle Tom's Cabin.

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I like the creativity in this! - kateinkorea, 2009-01-27: 20:53:00

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Bankrapers

Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: bank rape ers

Sentence: As CEO (Cheat Em Officer) of the bank, the first disorder of business was to set my salary at a million of your invested dollars, per year. Of course, each bored member voted the same for themselves. Knowing loans made, would never be repaid, we voted to lend all our business buzzard friends, millions more, so they could carrion their extravagant lifestyles and hide their rotting businesses. The rest of your money, we sinvested in the worthless stock of these business buzzards' companies. For screwing you out of your money, and screwing the government out of billions more, we have become known as the biggest bankrapers in history!

Etymology: BANK, RAPE. Also a word play on bank robbers. BANK - business offering financial services: a business that KEEPS MONEY for individual people or companies, exchanges currencies, makes loans, and offers other financial services. RAPE - violent abusive destructive treatment.

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Fannymayiyesimay

Created by: scrabbelicious

Pronunciation: ˈfani:meɪ:i:jɛs:i:meɪ

Sentence: As an only child in an adult's body, the 30 year old banking prodigy Gerry Meander loved his job in global finance. Growing up alone meant he got everything he wanted and was self sufficient (if not satisfied). Gerry was quite happy playing with (er..) himself and "Simple Simon said" whatever Gerry demanded. Mother just kept on giving. And, as he became expert in answering his own questions, job self satisfaction was always guaranteed. So much so, Gerry founded his own bank "FannyMayiYesiMay". And it was so, Simple Simon said.

Etymology: Conglomeration of 1 - Fannie Mae: A bust bank and apparent epicenter of a global finance crisis 2 - Mother may I, the response in the playground role-play game "Simple Simon", where one child plays mother and the other children play Simon.

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Mortgouge

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: mor gowj

Sentence: Remember the good old days, when a bank was synonymous with fidelity, trust, credit? Now they only pay you interest when they want to lien on you. They mortgouge your soul and make you do a balancing act everyday. They venture your hard-earned money and sell it into bondage. They make an asset out of you and me and you can take that to the bank.

Etymology: Mortgage (a conditional conveyance of property as security for the repayment of a loan; put up as security or collateral) & Gouge (obtain by coercion or intimidation)

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Cashrupter

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: cash-rup-ter

Sentence: Trust us, Miss Pennyworthy at our bank, we promise to cashrupter all of your money very carefully.

Etymology: Cash - Money. Rupt(er)- Taken in part of bank "rupt"cy. Rupter...one who helps a person become bankrupt. :o)

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Fannyabout

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: fan neee ab owt

Sentence: they went from fanny can to fannyabout to fannymaynot in three months.

Etymology: fanny about as in mess about.

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WOW! - silveryaspen, 2009-01-27: 10:12:00

fannymay or fannymae??? - mweinmann, 2009-01-27: 11:41:00

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-01-27: 00:01:01
Today's definition was suggested by silveryaspen. Thank you silveryaspen. ~ James

metrohumanx metrohumanx - 2009-01-27: 15:27:00
Willie Sutton would have thrived in today's fiscally permissive climate.

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-08-11: 00:06:00
Today's definition was suggested by silveryaspen. Thank you silveryaspen. ~ James