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Freshbrood

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: fresh brood

Sentence: Mona sat in the coffeehouse in full freshbrood mode. Her problems were much more important than those of the rest of the world. If your life is so bad, Mona, how is it you can afford a specialty coffee every morning at $10 a pop???

Etymology: Fresh brewed (drink made by steeping and boiling,so as to extract the flavor, fresh means just recently brewed to optimize impact,aroma and flavour) & Brood (to pout,be sullen,moody, anxious)

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Suppoutcast

Created by: rebelvin

Pronunciation: sup+pout+cast

Sentence: Were it not for the number of suppoutcasts constantly hanging around, there would hardly have been enough business for one coffeehouse in town, let alone several.

Etymology: sup+pout+cast

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Socialgripe

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: so shall gripe

Sentence: Akin to the socialite is the socialgripe, with no hobbies or job prospects, but plenty of serious interests in society’s problems. Sour socialgripes congregate in neighbourhood cafes to share stories of social injustices. Many socialgripes have geniune concerns, but lack resources to remedy them.

Etymology: From: socialite and gripe.

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Grumpause

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: grum pawz

Sentence: They are in there every morning like clockwork. Nursing one coffee for 2-3 hours every day. In fast food places, coffeehouses and other places with free refills and free bathrooms. The Grumpause. They complain about everything...the weather, politics, doctors, kids today and how they don't build things like they used to. They complain about the cost of everything and sort out the world's problems without actually doing anything. The next day, they start all over again...they've told so many stories so often, they can't remember. They are retired...they put in more time here than they did at their jobs. They mainly do this as an S.O.A...Spousal Avoidance Opportunity!

Etymology: Grump (a bad-tempered person) & Pause (a time interval during which there is a temporary cessation of something) & Grandpas (the fathers of your father and mother)

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Abominertia

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: uh-bom-in-ER-sha

Sentence: Gladys had a very bad case of abominertia, angry at the world in general and her life in particular and she took great pains to let everyone around her know just how displeased she was while making no effort whatsoever to change her status.

Etymology: Blend of 'abominable' (repugnantly hateful; detestable; loathsome) and 'inertia' (Inertness; indisposition to motion, exertion, or action; want of energy; sluggishness)

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Coppoutchino

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: cop/out/cheeno

Sentence: Sally believed in the philosophy of coppoutchino and regularly drowned her sorrows in a big cup of freshly brood coffee.

Etymology: cop out + pout + cappucino

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COMMENTS:

Good Blend...heady yet aromatic! - Nosila, 2009-07-06: 10:06:00

clever....ground, brood and enjoyed in a new blend of capuchino, cop out and pout...like it. - mweinmann, 2009-07-06: 12:07:00

Best word today! (Although I don\'t want to try this blend!) - splendiction, 2009-07-06: 12:34:00

Excellent! - Mustang, 2009-07-07: 00:30:00

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Javaproblem

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: ja va prob lem

Sentence: Sharon sat petulantly in her favourite coffee bar scowling as usual. She thought it made her look intellectual and intriguing... but to the other patrons, her body language said javaproblem?

Etymology: Java (coffee) & Problem (Issue) and Wordplay on "Do you have a problem?" (facetious question)

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Joebegone

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: joh-bi-gawn

Sentence: Another sad day for Janice. It's all she could do to get her jobegone self out of the house to share a good glower with folks at the coffee shop.

Etymology: joe (coffee) + woebegone (sorrowful or sad in appearance)

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Crabbibeano

Created by: jrogan

Pronunciation: crab-bee-been-noh

Sentence: Xavier was a real crabbibeano, and he liked his coffee the way he saw the world -- hot, strong and bitter. But due to limited financial resources and his unlimited amount of time (he was going to be an artist), he would spend his entire day sulking in the corner nursing a single espresso until it was tepid, bland and empty -- like his imagination.

Etymology: crabby + bean + cappuccino

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COMMENTS:

Cute word and sentence! - Nosila, 2009-07-06: 10:10:00

clever...good word and sentence! - mweinmann, 2009-07-06: 12:08:00

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Coffeegrouse

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: kôfēgrous

Sentence: Ruby spends much of her day in the local coffee shop. While the waitress pours her java, she pours out her displeasure with the state of her life. Her grumbling has earned her the title of coffeegrouse.

Etymology: coffee (a drink made from the roasted and ground bean-like seeds of a tropical shrub) + grouse (complain pettily; grumble) play on coffeehouse

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-05-16: 00:00:01
Today's definition was suggested by scissorlips. Thank you scissorlips. ~ James

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-07-06: 09:03:00
Today's definition was suggested by scissorlips. Thank you scissorlips. ~ James

'I'm not pouting because the world sucks'

DEFINITION: n. A person who regularly sulks inside cafes and coffeehouses all day, contributing nothing more to their world than a pout. v. To glower angrily at the state of world affairs while remaining inactive and unemployed.

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