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Oblivicizers

Created by: radrach

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Sentence: Sharon was nearly run over by some unruly oblivicizers while walking her dog this morning.

Etymology: oblivious+ exercisers

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Pedemob

willtuck

Created by: willtuck

Pronunciation: ped-eh-mob

Sentence: "Look out! There's a pedemob coming your way!"

Etymology: Pedestrian + Mob

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Joggle

Created by: jabbermarky

Pronunciation: jah-gul

Sentence: I narrowly missed the green light as the joggle ran in front of me.

Etymology: from jog and gaggle.

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Runstupor

Created by: pakka

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Sentence: The joggers were all in a runstupor and when they crossed the street were hit by the bus.

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Jogneglefic

Created by: tdm737

Pronunciation: jog neg le fic

Sentence: Jognegleficing is illegal unless your running in a marathon.

Etymology: Joggers + neglect + traffic. Joggers who neglect traffic signs.

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Jorkers

Created by: shifty

Pronunciation: Jor-kers

Sentence: I nearly killed that bunch of jorkers... but they outran my backhoe!

Etymology: Joggers + Jerks / Jokers = Jorkers

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Marathrong

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: mar/a/throng

Sentence: The marathrong consisted of over a thousand runners who ignored the light signals and blocked the intersection for three light changes.

Etymology: marathon + throng

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Dasholes

joelb

Created by: joelb

Pronunciation: DASH-holes

Sentence: I missed the light because those dasholes couldn't stop for ten seconds!

Etymology: dash + assholes

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Runpede

Created by: duefiori

Pronunciation:

Sentence: As I was driving through the city i was delayed by a runpede passing by.

Etymology: run + stampede

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Obliviherd

Heather

Created by: Heather

Pronunciation: oh-BLIV-ee-hurd

Sentence: Pedestrians were sent scattering by the inexorable approach of the obliviherd.

Etymology: Oblivious (unaware, uncaring) + herd (large number of animals or people travelling together)

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Comments:

FreeToys - 2007-08-31: 06:38:00
assletes

'Wait! Can't you guys read? That's a stop sign!'

DEFINITION: A group of runners that moves as a single entity, ignoring traffic signals and pedestrians alike.

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