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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: Dougalistic

Pronunciation: Lick-er-may-all

Sentence: I recieved an email from Bob the other day, but I can't quite work out what it means. It looks like liquormail or something to me. Oh yea I remember he said he was going to drink that bottle of Verbotomy Port if he got sacked and then attempt to email his... oh sh*t!

Etymology: Liquor - an alcoholic drink, especially of the type produced by distillation, e.g. whisky, rather than of the type produced by fermentation, e.g. wine or beer. Mail - To send somebody a messege via any forms of communication.

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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: 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: 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: mweinmann

Pronunciation: Pee - na - blog - ada

Sentence: Stanley loved to blog. He could blog while he was cooking dinner and cleaning the house. He even blogged from his riding lawnmower. His most special contributions were the occasional pinablogada that he treated the world to during happy hour from his local bar. He would tap away on his laptop while he sipped away... "Twodaa i work late n jest nedic a drenc haaa. It a peeno coludee annd dats abut eit."

Etymology: The popular drink, Pina Colada forms the first and last parts of this word. The word blog is dropped in the middle.


love it! - Jabberwocky, 2008-11-24: 15:09:00

metrohumanx You put the lime in the coconut and call me in the morning oo oo ooh ... - metrohumanx, 2008-11-24: 16:12:00

ROFL! (rolling on floor laughing). Great fun word and sentence ... but the ending was superb ... smashing last line! - silveryaspen, 2008-11-24: 16:44:00

I was surprised to see pinablogadas from an mweinmann. Then again ... wine not? - silveryaspen, 2008-11-24: 17:18:00

Excellent! - Mustang, 2008-11-24: 23:35:00

Perhaps he should have meant her at O'Malley's -Emails are forever! Cleverly blended - OZZIEBOB, 2008-11-27: 02:21:00


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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: artr

Pronunciation: al-kuh-he-loh

Sentence: Roger sort of remembers sending out an alcohello to his buds last night. Actually, he updated his Facebook status, Tweeted, posted to his blog and emailed everybody on his contact list. Now, through blood-shot eyes, he is trying figure out what he said that offended some 2,000 people.

Etymology: alcohol (whiskey, gin, vodka, or any other intoxicating liquor) + hello (used to express a greeting, answer a telephone, or attract attention)

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Created by: bananabender

Pronunciation: EEM-oild

Sentence: Marla knew she had emoiled over the weekend when her in-laws arrived from interstate for a week-long visit.

Etymology: blend of EMAILED + OILED: drunk; intoxicated.

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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: pikld/airing

Sentence: Please disregard the email sent out yesterday that stated the company dress code has changed to embrace 'Topless Tuesdays' It was clearly a picklederring.

Etymology: pickled (inebriated) + err + pickled herring


Great word in a very funny sentence that evokes images of co-workers might have gone on to grin and bare it! - silveryaspen, 2008-11-24: 16:27:00

left the word 'that' out between co-worked and might. Aplogies to all! - silveryaspen, 2008-11-24: 16:28:00

blew it again ... but you get the gist of it. Freudian typos are plaguing me today! - silveryaspen, 2008-11-24: 16:29:00

I've gotten a few of those and probably sent one or two as well. - Mustang, 2008-11-24: 23:44:00

metrohumanx We've ALL been guilty of backing talkwards. - metrohumanx, 2008-11-25: 10:50:00

Looks great - OZZIEBOB, 2008-11-29: 14:48:00


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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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