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'But you're just a big, fat pig!'

DEFINITION: v. To find your one, true love but to be unable, or unwilling, to recognize it. n. A perfect match, warts and all.

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Created by: rachelbree

Pronunciation: (in-cO-phat-U-A-shon)

Sentence: The dull pig was struck with incofatuation. He was unable to see the one other pig who would make him happy.

Etymology: In: in, into co: together fat: most rewarding part


A mix of incoherent and infatuation. - rachelbree, 2012-02-13: 14:59:00


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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: ig/nor/a/mor/ay/mus

Sentence: Sally's best friend sewed hearts on his sleeve and sculpted heart shaped topiary as a gift for her on Valentine's Day but sadly Sally was an ignoramoramus and thought he just had a fetish for hearts.

Etymology: ignore + amor + ignoramus


she's unlikely ever to become an ignoramamorous - galwaywegian, 2009-02-12: 06:42:00

first part rhymes and the whole thing slide over the tongue and is such fun to say - silveryaspen, 2009-02-12: 13:20:00

Heart-breaking... - Nosila, 2009-02-12: 22:16:00


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Created by: carterbrown

Pronunciation: phals-affection

Sentence: When Sally met Joe falsaffection was in the air, but they couldn't even see it.

Etymology: Fals- decieve/dissapoint Affection- an emotion of the mind, passion, lust as opposed to reason

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Created by: KyleHumphries

Pronunciation: a-loo-v-ness

Sentence: The beautiful, young woman was married to the old, meiserly man. Everyone wondered why but only she knew, she was in a state of alooveness.

Etymology: al as in aloof ove as in love ness as in the state

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: ob luv ee us

Sentence: Bertrand was so obloveous, he failed to notice the admiring looks and attentiveness of his assistant, Wanda. He was a chemical scientist, whose right side of the brain had apparently been gripped too tight by the forceps at birth. He lived for chemical equations, experiments and reactions. She was the faithful, undemanding, caring nerd-girl with a huge IQ and stellar academic career. One day she decided to change her looks and get his under-developed attention once and for all. Some clever cosmetics to bring out her pretty face, a trip to the salon, contact lenses, a new flashy wardrobe and a resultant new sense of confidence turned Wanda from a shy lab-rat into a comic-book heroine. Bertrand knew something was afoot when he walked into work and his thick glasses immediately fogged up (a reaction). Suddenly, the table of elements and properties of inert gases no longer held the same attraction they once did. The new equation featured Wanda in his every thought. He found himself studying the romance poets for inspiration and sprucing up his own physical appearance to be worthy of her attention (an experiment). For the first time in his life, he knew what chemistry between consenting adults really meant.

Etymology: oblivious (failing to notice the obvious;forgetful, inattentive, unmindful of something) & Love (any object of warm affection or devotion;a deep feeling of sexual desire and attraction)


Maybe it was just a case of radioattractivity. - silveryaspen, 2009-02-12: 01:32:00

i try to keep away from the inert gases myself, not to mention the ert ones - galwaywegian, 2009-02-12: 08:46:00

From a shy lab rat to Cinderella! Voila'!! Great word. - Mustang, 2009-02-12: 18:13:00


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Created by: zachmiracle

Pronunciation: catch-twantey-tooang


Etymology: Taken from the novel Catch-22 by Joseph Heller

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: dismach

Sentence: John and Gina are a perfect couple. They like the same foods, go to the same movies, have the same recreation interests. They can finish each other's sentences. To their friends, they are soul mates. To them it is a complete dismatch. They are so much alike that all they see in each other are their own faults. They can hang out all weekend but if someone suggests that they are dating, the reaction is a snort and a "you've gotta be kidding".

Etymology: dis (act or speak in a disrespectful way toward) + match (a pair that corresponds or is very similar)


easy to say and remember as well as excellent - silveryaspen, 2009-02-12: 13:27:00


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Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: luv-zmarts

Sentence: Ol' Lugwig Von Pighead, vowed to show Miss Piglove Lucille how much luvzmarts was in his heart on Valentines Day. He stomped hearts into the last bit of slop left in the trough with his hooves, to show her how much luvzmarts was in his heart.

Etymology: Love- Luv (Slang for Love) A deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude toward a person, such as that arising from kinship, recognition of attractive qualities, or a sense of underlying oneness. Zmarts" taken from the word Smarts - Characterized by sharp quick thought; bright. Amusingly clever; witty.

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Created by: superdeduperguy

Pronunciation: spu-v-ing

Sentence: The young handsome man was married to an old harpy with warts and all. People asked why and his sister said he was spoving.

Etymology: sp as in spaced out ov as in love

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Created by: nicoleorndorff

Pronunciation: wen-pigz-flaeh

Sentence: I will love you whenpigsfly.

Etymology: when- a word used to describe time pigs- an animal found on a farm fly- the action of levitating off the ground for a long period of time

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