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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: intekstikāted

Sentence: Roger vaguely remembered the party the night before. To his great relief an extensive series of intexticated messages were accidentally sent to his work phone rather than his boss. Faux pas averted this time.

Etymology: intoxicated (to lose control of faculties or behavior by way of alcohol or a drug) + text (an electronic communication sent and received by cellular phone)

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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: sean30

Pronunciation: Hy-ate-yu-all (i-hate-you-all)

Sentence: Hyateyuall, Hyateyuall, Hyateyuall....oh i feel sick, ims glads writing tis e-mail 2 my boss, the git that keeps passing me ovr 4 promotion, and friends, who left me to drink alone, can only help me further my progress in work and make relationships stronger.....Hyateyuall, Hyateyuall, Hyateyuall.

Etymology: Type when sober not under the influence of Alcohol / To keep laptop switched off / Unworthy of Promotions / To keep cap on bottle.


Great word! Says it yuall!! - Stevenson0, 2008-01-31: 23:32:00


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Created by: CanadianAndyCapp

Pronunciation: Blotto-Logging or Bl$@@F%&7ngurp

Sentence: Very few people are aware of the dangers of Blottologging in personal or business relationships. Never drink and E-mail!

Etymology: Blotto- To be as pi%%ed as the proverbial newt. Logging- The act of electronic communication See also Bingemail


Good combo! Sure are a lot of blottologgers on the blogs! - silveryaspen, 2008-01-31: 11:42:00


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Created by: metrohumanx

Pronunciation: slosh-OO-vre.....(akin to slosh over)

Sentence: Jarhead didn't have a drinking problem. Like so many unfortunates, he simply "sucked at life". A prolific writer as well as an olympic-class drinker, all his talents seemed to merge one tragic evening as his creative thoughts began to SLOSHOEUVRE. The meniscus of his mind began to decant delerious declarations which he hastily posted to...who knows where? Jarhead began to communiquart with everyone who had ever wronged him just before he puked into his keyboard. His writings had a certain claret-y which was apparent only from his side of the bacchanalian veil which slowly descended as the evening wore on. After several bottles of "Old Verbotomy" (aged at least a week), he began typing in some indecipherable code, which was probably for the best, because his enraged friends broke down the door and used a handtruck to get him into detox just before his liver failed. Now he admits he's powerless over alcohol, and Jarhead is the most popular speaker at the 12 Step House, next to the train tracks in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Etymology: SLOSH+OEUVRE=SLOSHOEUVRE.....SLOSH:The tendency of a liquid to move back and forth, often in a nauseating manner;blend of slop and slush (c.1814).....OEUVRE:a substantial body of work constituting the lifework of a writer, an artist, or a poet often composed while inebriated;French œuvre, literally, work, from Old French ovre.


If you are bilingual, when you sloshoeuvre your emails, are they in E-nglish/French too? Nice combo and etymology. - silveryaspen, 2008-11-24: 16:23:00

metrohumanx Thanks, S.A. That was my first attempt at incorporating a French word....Pretentious? Moi?.... Wooly Bully-wooly Bully-Wooly Bully! :) - metrohumanx, 2008-11-24: 16:32:00

metrohumanx I'm not bilingual, but I AM tripolar. - metrohumanx, 2008-11-24: 16:33:00

metrohumanx Christmas is coming. I buy all my gifts at Goblertoys. - metrohumanx, 2008-11-24: 16:35:00

ROFL! - silveryaspen, 2008-11-24: 17:11:00


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Created by: rombus

Pronunciation: jin - com - meoon - ick - cod - oh

Sentence: Sheila had issues again today. Now on her seventh gin and tonic, she made the mistake of emailing everyone she was angry at or felt had in some way slighted her during the past ten years. She was totally gincommunicado for several hours until she fell asleep at her keyboard. Everytime this happened she would awaken and see the evidence of her rampage as her inbox filled with confused and angry emails, mostly from people she hadn't seen in years. Thankfully, the number of people who answered her was dwindling....but she really bemoaned the fact that she had few friends left.

Etymology: Gin (a type of strong liquor flavored with juniper berries) plus incommunicado which means a state or condition in which one is unable or unwilling to communicate.


excellent - Jabberwocky, 2008-11-24: 15:09:00

DaddyNewt Nice word! - DaddyNewt, 2008-11-24: 15:17:00

Winsome! Whoops ... perhaps that should be Ginsome! - silveryaspen, 2008-11-24: 15:59:00

Sheila was sloe to learn! - Nosila, 2008-11-24: 20:18:00

metrohumanx I always thought gin was made from hair tonic. - metrohumanx, 2008-11-25: 11:07:00


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Created by: yellowbird

Pronunciation: pur-plekst

Sentence: Josh posted pure perplext Saturday night, something about 'jeeping it real' and 'finding peas with his ex', but I'm sure Tim will let us know what happened as soon as he bails him out of jail.

Etymology: perplex + text

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Created by: thegoatisbad

Pronunciation: Lick-or-spon-dence

Sentence: Kimberly was not immune to liquorspondence. Under the influence of romantic ballads and boxed wine, Kimberly not once, but twice, e-mailed Xavier, a yarn sales rep from Vanna's Choice yarns. The e-mails started innocently enough, but as the wine bag deflated into her blood stream, Kimberly started to make provocative suggestions about knots and inappropriate inquiries as to the size of Xavier's knitting needle. In both instances, she concluded the e-mail asking if she would die alone.

Etymology: Liquor (21+) + Correspondence (exchange of words)


I really like this word and will use it when I receive future liquorspondences. - splendiction, 2010-04-20: 23:12:00


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Created by: emdeejay

Pronunciation: tips tick you late

Sentence: Arlene almost died from embarrassment when her boss mentioned her incomprehensible late night email. She has a tendency to tipsticulate after finishing a bottle of red with her dinner.

Etymology: From the vernacular 'Tipsy' and articulate (to say)

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Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: E muhld

Sentence: For having emulled you all, I apologise. Please disregard the emulls with the following subject lines: Turkey Time Is Hear AGin! ... Oh Beer! Vodkan the matter be?

Etymology: Emulled - Email and mulled. Mulled meaning heated, seasoned, or flavored with wine, beer or (hard) cider. In other words Emails mulled by alcohol.

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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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