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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: inˈtäksijādid

Sentence: Jimmy could care less what people thought. He had an idea and he was going to share it. He was clearly intoxijaded. The only thing worse than the message he sent to everybody in his address book was the attached picture. Monday morning should prove interesting, to say the least, and the family gathering on Thanksgiving at Mom's... ...OUCH!

Etymology: intoxicated (full of alcoholic drink or a drug) + jaded (tired, bored, or lacking enthusiasm)


metrohumanx I'm Jimmy and i resemble that remark! Hic Hic Hic.....excuse me.... - metrohumanx, 2008-11-24: 16:05:00

Sober or drunk, your word is fun to say out loud! - silveryaspen, 2008-11-24: 16:55:00


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Created by: bookowl

Pronunciation: sop/piss/tree

Sentence: He frequently alarmed his girlfriend with his soppisstry.

Etymology: sop + pissed + e (as in email) + sophistry (unsound reasoning)


Terrific triad! - silveryaspen, 2008-01-31: 12:00:00


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Created by: libertybelle

Pronunciation: mill-er-toe-m

Sentence: As Justin checked his email, he realized that seeing his ex-girlfriend in the bar last night promted her to send him a lengthy millertome outlining (incomprehensibly) his shortcomings.

Etymology: play on the phrase Miller time (a slogan used by the Miller Brewing Company) + tome


Good word. I could tell exactly what it means even out of context. - ErWenn, 2008-01-31: 09:31:00

Three cheers! - silveryaspen, 2008-01-31: 11:55:00

Not a good way to "Foster" a relationship! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-01-31: 22:37:00


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Created by: urbanwookie

Pronunciation: proast

Sentence: Bolstered by beer, Simon felt no hesitation in sending a series of candid prosts to his in-laws.

Etymology: prost - German drinking toast

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Created by: Banky

Pronunciation: byoo-cowsk-e-gramm

Sentence: Trent hoped that picture his college roommate had sent him was in fact a close-up of a sphinx cat kitten, or maybe an out-of-focus shar pei. It was wishful thinking on his behalf, though, as he had been e-bagged in a Bukowskegram.

Etymology: Bukowski - Charles Bukowski, famous alcohol loving author, e - as in electronic/email, gram - from telegram


In hindsight, Bukowskemail would flow a little better, but I like the old fashioned quaintness of gram along with Chuck. - Banky, 2008-01-31: 11:02:00

love the literary reference - Jabberwocky, 2008-01-31: 12:00:00

Good word! Chuck had to be in there somewhere! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-01-31: 22:24:00


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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: kom myun ee nee bree ayshun

Sentence: Bud Nonweiser had a deadline for 6 am and a love of hops in their liquid form. He had already written many draftbeerdrafts of his report for work, but the more he drank, the worse his editing and decision making skills became. After a brief doze, face imprinted with his keyboard, he decided that his current drafts (both the beer and the report) were tasty and refreshing. His boss, Pete Totaller, must have understood that a report e-mailed off at 4:20 am, making no sense and in an alternate form of English must be a form of communenebreation. He decided quickly that this Bud's not for you and e-mailed him back his severance notice.

Etymology: Communication (transfer thoughts or feelings) & Inebreation (stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol) & en-e-breation (electronically intoxicated)


Bud's to you! - splendiction, 2010-04-20: 23:14:00


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Created by: karenanne

Pronunciation: GROG blog

Sentence: Sherry enjoyed amusing herself each morning by reading posts she had written the night before, when she was, as it usually happened, heavily under the influence of various spirits. She even started her own social networking site for people like herself - it was called ShitFaceBook. Anyone who was registered could add an entry, which were known as GrogBlogs and were typically rambling and more or less incoherent. At least this was all very funny until the morning she read the new segment she, or someone, had apparently added to her profile the night before, the one entitled "Cocktales," in which her conquests of recent evenings had been outlined ....

Etymology: grog (alcoholic beverage) + blog (from Web + log: a personal chronological log of thoughts published on a Web page)


cheersh! Hiccup - Nosila, 2010-04-20: 23:34:00


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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: in-E-bree-mayl

Sentence: Nursing a massive hangover as he reviewed his sent email folder Delbert was dismayed to learn that during the fog of last night's binge he had sent several highly inappropriate inebremails to his boss, his best friend's girlfriend, and several other friends and business associates and he knew it was going to be difficult to explain.

Etymology: Blend of 'inebriated' (under the influence of alcohol) and 'email' Electronic correspondence over the internet

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Created by: wayoffcenter

Pronunciation: kəmyoōnədrəngkāshən

Sentence: It wasn't his fault. His English professor told the class to research a word by experiencing its definition. Chris chose "intoxicated". His communidrunkation to the entire online world let everybody know he was: inebriated, impaired, drunken, tipsy, under the influence, plastered, smashed, bombed, sloshed, sozzled, sauced, lubricated, well-oiled, wrecked, juiced, blasted, stinko, blitzed, half-cut, fried, wasted, hopped up, gassed, polluted, pissed, tanked (up), soaked, out of his head/skull, loaded, trashed, hammered, soused, buzzed, befuddled, besotted, pickled, pixilated, canned, cockeyed, blotto, blind drunk, roaring drunk, dead drunk, punch-drunk, ripped, stewed, tight, merry, the worse for wear, far gone, pie-eyed, in one's cups, three sheets to the wind, bladdered, lashed, crapulous. And that was just what he found in the Thesauaus before the room went spinning into darkness.

Etymology: communication: the imparting or exchanging of information or news + drunk: intoxicated to excess


metrohumanx Man oh MAN! ....Say NO MORE! - metrohumanx, 2008-11-26: 14:39:00


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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: gear-blog-ul

Sentence: Bella cursed inwardly when she read back the geerbloggle she posted at 2.00am and looked at the photographs from her night out. Just which one of these ugly mugs had she described as a "golden Adonis" on her blog? They were all hideous!

Etymology: beer goggle (perception that things are much better than they are - like rose-coloured glasses, but brought on by too much beer) + blog + it's mixed up as though the interlocutor has had too many drinks


Could geerbloggle also be a Spoonerism of sorts on your words of beer, blog, goggle ... and maybe even the end of the word bottle as in beer bottle? I like it. Very creative ... and we don't see very many spoonerisms here. You might just have inspired more! - silveryaspen, 2008-11-24: 16:37:00

I think I remember doing something like that myself. - Mustang, 2008-11-24: 23:36:00

metrohumanx Very clever. Hooray! - metrohumanx, 2008-11-25: 10:48:00

petaj yes definitely a spoonerism - petaj, 2008-11-26: 02:49:00


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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-01-31: 01:50:00
Today's definition was suggested by Nosila. Thank you Nosila. ~ James

Dougalistic - 2008-01-31: 04:25:00
3 people came up with the word inebriated.. Hmm I sense a conspiricy theory here! Haha.

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-01-31: 07:44:00
Maybe we're all drinking from the same bottle. ~ James

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-04-20: 00:02:00
Today's definition was suggested by Nosila. Thank you Nosila. ~ James

'What do you mean I'm too drunk to email my boss?'

DEFINITION: v., To write an email while under the influence of an intoxicating substance. n., An email or blog post where the author has chosen to ignore standard literary and social conventions -- thanks to a liberal consumption of alcohol.

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