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'The salesman told me I didn't need to pay a cent.'

DEFINITION: n. The type of headache you get from buying too many things with your credit card. Note: Symptoms do not usually appear until the following month.v. To buy yourself a huge credit card headache.

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Visagraine

Created by: administraitor

Pronunciation: vee-sa-grayn

Sentence: The intensity of Jenny's monthly attack of visagraine depended on how close she came to her credit limit.

Etymology: visa (card) + migraine

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COMMENTS:

I just realized that this could appear sexist. I know that Johnny could just as easily buy 35 pairs of shoes (or power tools for that matter) My apologies to anyone who needs them! - administraitor, 2007-07-04: 10:35:00

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Sinvoice

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: sinˌvois

Sentence: In order to compensiate for her breakup with her boyfriend, Joyce went on a shopping spree. She went through a considerable amount of plasticoin. Her euophoria lasted nearly a month until the sinvoice arrived.

Etymology: sin (an act regarded as a serious or regrettable fault, offense) + invoice (a list of goods sent or services provided, with a statement of the sum due for these; a bill)

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Goinnustaboutmony

Created by: cassandra1315

Pronunciation: goin-nut-tabou-tmon-y

Sentence: he was goinutaboutmony.

Etymology:

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Sellebralhemorrhage

Created by: bookowl

Pronunciation: sell/ee/brall/hem/or/aj

Sentence: My bank account suffered a sellebralhemorrahage after my last shopping spree.

Etymology: cerebral hemorrhage + sell

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Signusheadache

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: sign/us/hed/ake

Sentence: I don't know which was worse, my signusheadache or the carpal tunnel in my writing wrist after mall hopping on Saturday.

Etymology: sign + sinus headache

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COMMENTS:

That type of charging always leads to delay-aw-ache at night. - purpleartichokes, 2007-07-04: 06:45:00

nightmares such as "A mall and the night visitors" - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-04: 11:30:00

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Billgrains

Created by: blondibabi121692

Pronunciation: bill granes

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Visache

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: viz-ayk

Sentence: Her visaches were just as intense as her chocolate induced migraines.

Etymology: Visa + headache

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Buygraine

Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: by-grayn

Sentence: He had been caught up in an 8 hour Ebay whirlwind and he could already feel a buygraine coming on

Etymology: buy, migraine

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COMMENTS:

He needs to take some Buylenol..good word. - Nosila, 2009-07-16: 12:10:00

;D - xMelody, 2009-07-16: 16:03:00

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Plasticgraine

Created by: MisUndrstd

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Postshoppangsyndrome

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: post/shop/pang/syn/drome

Sentence: When the credit card bill arrived, she immediately fell into postshoppangsyndrome where the only cure was a day of receipt seaching and merchandise returning.

Etymology: posttraumaticsyndrome + shop + pang (ache or throb)

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Debtache

Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: det-ake

Sentence: When she got the credit card bill, she went into lamentstrual syndrome and developed a paymentdoozy of a debtache.

Etymology: debt, headache

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COMMENTS:

I was *this* close to stealing your word. - Clayton, 2007-07-04: 12:06:00

You stole my credache! That's what I get for sleeping in. - purpleartichokes, 2007-07-04: 13:56:00

drunk yet Purple or high - it is the 4th of July - fireworks? - which reminds me of a song "Sky rockets in flight. Afternoon delight. Afternoon delight" - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-04: 15:54:00

Well Jabber, ya cursed me twice. Now I have a song stuck in my head to accompany my sinus headache. Rained all day here. It's only 60 degrees. The highlight of my day was yanking up a garlic bulb that's the size of an onion. I may have to find a site to post a pic. (cracking open a beer in honor of the Starland Vocal Band) - purpleartichokes, 2007-07-04: 17:33:00

Way to go purple - happy 4th of July - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-04: 19:22:00

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Creddache

Created by: debsro

Pronunciation:

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Bankruptalgia

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: bankrupt-al-gee-a

Sentence: In a fit of pique, Morgan went on a shopping expedition with the corporate credit card purchasing a fleet of vehicles, upgrading PCs for all the staff and treating them all to a long liquid lunch. In addition to their hangovers, they also suffered bankruptalgia the next month when the company went broke and they all lost their jobs.

Etymology: bankrupt + algia (pain) - inspired also by the rupture of a blood vessel in an aneurism

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COMMENTS:

Anything with "-algia" in it gets my vote. But don't hold me to that. - Clayton, 2007-07-04: 12:04:00

Hey Clayton - there are 3 definitions today with algia in them - petaj's sounds the most severe though - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-04: 15:46:00

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Alphabotophamized

Created by: eezycheez

Pronunciation:

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Mastergraine

Created by: ShuffleWordGameGuy

Pronunciation: mas-ter-greyn

Sentence: Her mastergraine completely defeated her after she realized she didn't have enough money to pay her credit card bill.

Etymology: Credit Card + Migraine

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Creditomuch

Created by: fefefeha7

Pronunciation: Credit-to-much

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Migrastic

Created by: Paloma

Pronunciation: my-GRAS-tic

Sentence: My online shopping habit has created a migrastic-inducing monthy ritual of opening my credit-card bills.

Etymology: migraine + plastic

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Credithead

Created by: LMR1991

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Penitension

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: pen-i-ten-shen

Sentence: Carol's penitension headache worsened the day her Visa statement arrived and she realized she'd have to explain the new carpet to Jim.

Etymology: penitence: to express guilt or remorse (usually to a confessor)+ tension: mental, emotional or nervous strain -- often manifested in a headache called a Tension Headache

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Buygrainal

Created by: amysmiles2000

Pronunciation: bi-gra-ah-nal

Sentence: My husband gets a buygrainal every January 13. That is after the mail delivery.

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Signusheadache

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: sign/us/hed/ake

Sentence: I don't know which was worse, my signusheadache or the carpal tunnel in my writing wrist after mall hopping on Saturday.

Etymology: sign + sinus headache

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Shoppang

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: shop/pang

Sentence: A shoppang set in with the arrival of my MasterCard bill in the mail.

Etymology: shoppang - shop + pang (a sudden feeling of mental, or emotional distress)

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Debtspondency

Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: det/spawn/den/see

Sentence: His debtspondency was a direct result of acting like a debtsperado.

Etymology: debt + despondency

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COMMENTS:

Debtlightful word! - Nosila, 2009-07-16: 12:09:00

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Debtache

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: det - aik

Sentence: After her Sunday spending spree, Nancy came home with a splitting debtache. Good thing that she had purchased ten bottles of Tylenol on sale. When she received the bill, she finished off the other nine bottles.

Etymology: debt, arche, play on headache

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Credache

Created by: Clayton

Pronunciation: KRED-eyk

Sentence: After three hours on hold with her bank, Jackie's credache was debtamorphosing into an arrearache.

Etymology: credit + headache

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COMMENTS:

petaj sounds debititating. - petaj, 2007-07-04: 03:46:00

sounds like a contageous strain of sellyoulitis. - galwaywegian, 2007-07-04: 06:24:00

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Newralgia

Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: newer/algia

Sentence: He developed a serious case of newralgia when he replaced all his appliances with new ones.

Etymology: neuralgia + new

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Neuralgiamex

Created by: ziggy41

Pronunciation: Nyoor-al-jam-ex

Sentence: The worst, most menacing headache is the Neuralgiamex, for nothing and no one can heal the wounds of one's credit card.

Etymology: Neuralgia (headache) + amex ("American Express", a popular credit card)

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Cranialcreditsyndrome

Created by: weareallbeautiful

Pronunciation: k-ray-nee-'l-k-red-it-sin-dro-m

Sentence: He felt a wave of cranialcreditsyndrome come upon him as he looked at the credit card bill from last month.

Etymology: From the word cranial meaning of the skull from the medieval latin root cranium which was from the greek kranium meaning skull which was related to the word kara meaning head

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Spendzomenia

Created by: ohwtepph

Pronunciation: spend-zoh-preh-nya

Sentence: The spendzomenia was debilitating. She had to go through resylum [asylum and rehab rolled into one] for 2 years to let her boyfriend pay for the credit.

Etymology: schizophrenia + spend so many

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Expentorture

Created by: rombus

Pronunciation: ex - pend - tore - chur

Sentence: Jonathan was subjected to painful expendtorture every month when his credit card bills arrived. It hurt his brain to contemplate how to pay for his compulsive spending.

Etymology: expenditure, torture

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Billiousness

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: bill eee us ness

Sentence: Her recent bout of plastic splurgery left her with billiousness and a strange empty feeling in her purse.

Etymology: bilious (nausea) bill, IOU,

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love the plastic splurgery - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-04: 12:17:00

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Buynowpainlater

Created by: mplsbohemian

Pronunciation: bye-now-PAYN-lay-turr

Sentence: As Alex opened the mail, he was stricken with buynowpainlater, the result of buying a diamond for a girl who broke up with him the next day.

Etymology: "buy now, pay later" + pain

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poor Alex - I'll bet she was a slimpicker too - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-04: 12:18:00

You really have to wonder about Alex's dates sometimes. - mplsbohemian, 2007-07-04: 13:53:00

Great word mpls! - purpleartichokes, 2007-07-04: 14:03:00

nice - galwaywegian, 2007-07-05: 03:40:00

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Buygraine

Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: buy-grain

Sentence: after a hectic week on e-bay i started coming down with a very bad buygraine

Etymology: buy, migraine

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Sounds payinfull. Great word! - galwaywegian, 2007-07-04: 05:02:00

Yes, very good. - Clayton, 2007-07-04: 12:03:00

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Plastipain

Created by: mkbransford

Pronunciation:

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Moneyisticsoverintiowwoww

Created by: newspapertragedy

Pronunciation: money-is-tics-over-in-ti-ti-oww-oww

Sentence: After buying over 1,000 things with her credit card, Susie was having a severe case of Moneyisticsoverintiowwoww

Etymology: *blank*

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Buygraine

Created by: xMelody

Pronunciation: by-grayn

Sentence: He had been caught up in an 8 hour Ebay whirlwind and he could already feel a buygraine coming on

Etymology: buy, migraine

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He needs to take some Buylenol..good word. - Nosila, 2009-07-16: 12:10:00

;D - xMelody, 2009-07-16: 16:03:00

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Dankitini

Created by: rahullotli

Pronunciation: dan-ki-ti-ni

Sentence: If i didn't have a credit card i wud b safe from dankitini

Etymology:

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nice - rahullotli, 2007-07-14: 14:15:00

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Painomonia

Created by: gonzo

Pronunciation: pain-o-monia

Sentence: He needs silence,darkness and money to cure a terrible painomonia

Etymology: pain- no money- pandemia

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Enderythralgia

Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ˌɛndəɹɪˈθɹældʒiə/

Sentence: Enderythralgia is quite common and most medical experts consider it a rational response, and thus not a true pathology. Endomelanalgia (pain caused by _not_ being in the red) is a much rarer and more serious condition.

Etymology: end- (in) + erythr- (red) + -algia (pain) "pain caused by being in the red"

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Swipegraine

Created by: Kyoti

Pronunciation: Swipe-grain

Sentence: As soon as I made my last purchase, my cranium was throbbing with a wicked swipegraine.

Etymology:

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That is why I prefer to slide instead of swipe.. much easier on the noggin' - MisUndrstd, 2007-07-05: 22:07:00

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Tabtion

Lapper

Created by: Lapper

Pronunciation: TAB-shun

Sentence: Rick put the 48'' plasma-screen TV on his credit card because he wanted it so much, but later had a tabtion headache over the fact that the minimum payment was twelve hundred dollars a month.

Etymology: Tab and tension

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Owetaglia

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: o tal jee ya

Sentence: Maya Graine regularly got bad headaches, especially after the mailman came to her house. She went to a doctor who told her that she suffered from owetalgia, a disease caused by excessive credit card debt. Maya thanked him for his interest, compounded the problem by going on a shoe sales spree and maxed out her Bastardcard.

Etymology: Owe (to be indebted to) & otaglia (an ache localized in the middle or inner ear)

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Comments:

petaj petaj - 2007-07-04: 03:45:00
Sounds debititating!

petaj petaj - 2007-07-04: 03:45:00
Oops, that was meant to be a comment on credache!

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-07-16: 00:05:00
Today's definition was illustrated by Franke James. Thank you Franke. ~ James