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'Don't kitty me!'

DEFINITION: v. To collect all the emotional energy you receive from one person, and then share it with the very next person you meet. n. Emotional transference.

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Projectileemoting

Created by: dstorm78

Pronunciation: proj-jec-tile-ee-mote-ing

Sentence: I'm so tired of you projectileemoting all over the place every morning...we're through.

Etymology: This is a combination of projectile vomiting and emoting. Therefore, one would upchuck their emotions without warning.

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Lovelessantilica

Created by: tempermon

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Superemokinesis

Created by: Bulletchewer

Pronunciation: soo-per-ee-mo-ki-nee-sis

Sentence: Using the power of superkinesis, she transfered the weight of the world to her best friend.

Etymology: From "kinesis" meaning movement, "emo" as the emotions are being transferred, and "super" is perhaps ironic, but could be from "superficial" as such an act hardly involves deep thought. Also a play on Freud's "superego".

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Reflexaffect

Created by: missparaguay1991

Pronunciation: /RFLKSFKT/

Sentence: Didn't your mum say that line to you five minutes ago? stop reflexaffecting me!

Etymology: Reflexaffect: reflex from the E reflect meaning show an image, and affect from the E affected, meaning have an effect on

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Disscharge

Created by: fonka99

Pronunciation: Diss-charge

Sentence: Gus felt extremely guilty after disscharging his feelings on the bus driver on his way home, after all it wasn't his fault he got fired!

Etymology: From the urban word "diss" meaning to disrespect and "discharge" meaning to relieve.

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Reflexivenom

Created by: adobrodt

Pronunciation: ree-flex-i-ven-uhm

Sentence: Jenny met Bob after the disastrous art show and commenced to reflexivenomize on him for forty-five minutes.

Etymology: From reflection and VENOM

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Transferlament

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: trans-FER-leh-ment

Sentence: Whenever Sally was hit with negative emotions from her interactions with her mother, which was a very frequent occurrence, she would transferlament, laying all her tears and woes on her boyfriend Frankie.

Etymology: Bland of 'transfer' (to shift something or someone from one place to another) and 'lament' (to feel, show, or express grief, sorrow, or regret)

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Emodumpify

Created by: grammatically

Pronunciation: eh-mo-dump-EE-fi

Sentence: She had a habit of emodumpifying on everyone she saw.

Etymology: "emo" from root EMOTION; "dump" from root DUMPING

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Scharblitz

Created by: Acostell

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Misdirectire

Created by: IanArcher

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Etymology: misdirected ire...

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Comments:

Carole - 2007-01-02: 22:55:00
Good one Peta, yours has the same meaning as mine. Emotedump.

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-08-07: 09:28:00
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