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'What do you mean, you're not coming?'

DEFINITION: n. The moment of awareness when you realize that have you made a huge mistake on a big project, and will have to start all over again, from the very beginning. v. To suddenly realize that you are going to fail.

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Created by: ohwtepph

Pronunciation: o - wem - EF - jee

Sentence: "The oemeffgy I felt was unlike any other feeling of disappointment I ever felt in my entire life when I knew I made the mistake to make a verbotomy cartoon based on the beautiful Katie Holmes and her wedding with the famous scientologist we always see in Mission Impossible [Who was he, again? Ted Cramps?]. I remodeled the face and now she looks exactly like Bai Ling!" - James Gangg [James Gang's evil twin half-brother who slaves for the drawings everyday]

Etymology: Originated from [American English Slang] - OMFG (If you guessed right, you're a genius!) XD


petaj LOL. BTW, are you cruisin for a bruisin? - petaj, 2007-05-17: 05:48:00

Hey! I'm a genius!!! - purpleartichokes, 2007-05-17: 07:02:00

@petaj: nah. it's a harmless euphemism. :] @purpleartichokes: good to know you're one, PA! ;] - ohwtepph, 2007-05-17: 07:07:00

Here's a creativity vote. You made me giggle! - purpleartichokes, 2007-05-17: 18:28:00

@petaj: Yeah, i didn't get that first joke about the cruisin. I guess I'm not a genius then. LOL - ohwtepph, 2007-05-17: 21:13:00


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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: apok/a/laps

Sentence: He was running his best 10k ever when he suddenly realized he wasn't really ahead of the pack but in the wrong race

Etymology: apocalypse + lapse

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: suks ses les

Sentence: Everything was perfect on her perfect day. The garden setting for the nuptials was gorgeous;the weather perfect;the 500 guests waiting excitedly. Cara was dressed like a fairy princess, ready to dazzler everyone. Then the bubble burst. Just seconds before she was to walk down the aisle, she got a call from her beloved fiance, Milo. He told her he was not coming and the wedding was off. Stunned, she asked him why he had gone this far,but now could not attend their dream wedding. "I am as upset as you", he said, "But I cannot come wife won't let me!" "Aaaaaagh"! she cried as she tossed the phone into the fountain...why was she dogged with such a sucksessless history? This was the fourth guy in a row who had stood her up at the altar! Always almost a bride, never a bridesmaid.

Etymology: Sucks (used to express disappointment, contempt, or derision) & Success (an event that accomplishes its intended purpose) & Less (lacking;lower in quality)

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Created by: scrabbelicious

Pronunciation: ree/pro/ject/shun

Sentence: As she drove home in the pouring rain, eileen realised she'd have to have a reprojection of her entire year.

Etymology: An embedded amalgamation of rejection and project to make reprojection.

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Created by: bobbipin

Pronunciation: mass-tri-bu-tion

Sentence: The masstribution of her pain and embarrassment was clearly recieved by all in attendance at the fated event.

Etymology: "Mass" as in mass-produced and "tribution" as in distributed. Secondary meaning could mean the self mass distribution of anything deliverable. Masturbate. Distribute.

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Created by: bookowl

Pronunciation: ex/pose/hay

Sentence: It was a huge exposeheh when she realized he had said 'would you like to meet my wife' not 'would you like to be my wife'.

Etymology: expose + heh?


Love it - reminds me of a very old song: "I can't get away to marry you today, cause my wife won't let me!" - Nosila, 2008-08-15: 23:15:00


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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: snaˈfoōl

Sentence: Tom knew it was a mistake to let his brother-in-law Cletis get involved in the house he was building but his wife had insisted. Now with it almost completed and a tear-down order order from the city in hand Cletis (I*ll take care of all the permits and inspections) was nowhere to be found. Tom was left to play the part of the snafool.

Etymology: snafu (in utter confusion or chaos - acronym from situation normal: all f*ed up) + fool (a person who acts unwisely or imprudently; a silly person)

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Created by: SnatchRaffle

Pronunciation: Crap tas troh fee

Sentence: This shit show is a craptastrophy!

Etymology: Crap, catastrophy

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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: stun/vale/ment

Sentence: She was in a complete state of shock when she realized the most important element of her dream wedding was missing - her shoes!

Etymology: unveilment (revelation) + stun (shock)


Good one jabber! - toadstool57, 2007-05-17: 06:46:00

(you can do anything, but lay off of my blue suede shoes...) - purpleartichokes, 2007-05-17: 10:49:00

oh no!! I've been Elvised - Jabberwocky, 2007-05-17: 12:35:00

This word is 261% perfect, trust me I calculated it... I'm a number person ;) - ziggy41, 2007-05-17: 15:22:00

Percent... cent... penny... In Penny Lane there is a barber showing photographs... There ya go Jabber. You've been Beatled as well! :-) - purpleartichokes, 2007-05-17: 17:57:00


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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: jak and jilt

Sentence: Jill knew the moment she walked down the aisle that she was having second thoughts about marrying Jack. She was experiencing a jilty conscience, because she realized she didn't know Jack. So when she got up to altar, she decidsed to jackandjilt him. It would have worked better if he was actually there, but Jack had felt the same way and besides Jill would only be jillous of his beautiful wife and children!

Etymology: Jack (a small worthless amount;tool for exerting pressure or lifting) And Jilt (cast aside capriciously or unfeelingly;a woman who jilts a lover) & wordplay on Jack & Jill from fairy tales

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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-05-17: 01:10:00
Today's definition was suggested by two writers: Osomatic and erasmus. Thank you Osomatic and erasmus! ~ James

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Today's definition was suggested by erasmus. Thank you erasmus. ~ James

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