Verboticism: Perpetulagripist

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Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: ock-u-prick-kick

Sentence: With a yearning to occuplague rather than be occupied, Bob's beefs were legendary. And he certainly wasn't a workhorse, more a worknag. The thrill for him each day at the office was the occuprickick.

Etymology: Blend of the "occup" of occupation; prick: to nettle, sting, annoy, be a nuisance and "kick" to get enjoyment or a thrill from something.


Hahaha! Actually, I like "Occuprick" better! I may need to incorporate that into my vocabulary. :D - Lolagrrl, 2007-10-18: 10:38:00

another great sentence - Jabberwocky, 2007-10-18: 13:16:00


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Created by: verbony

Pronunciation: wine-too-five-er

Sentence: Would you just listen to that whinetofiver

Etymology: whinny+nine-to-fiver

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Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: em-ploi-vent

Sentence: His endless employvent forced his co-workers to wear their Ipods whilst at work which eventually led to their termination not his.

Etymology: employment + vent (as in to express out loud)

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: dis-ploi-ee

Sentence: Mack is a great disployee. No matter what the company does, he can find the down side of it. The company throws a holiday party; they should have put the money into larger raises. The company pays for employee's parking; garages are ugly and unhealthy because of exhaust fumes. If his dad wasn't the owner, he'd have quit long ago.

Etymology: dis (to show disrespect for; affront) + employee (a person working for another person or a business firm for pay)

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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: opp errr ant ihv

Sentence: most operantives work behind reception or in similar affront of house positions.

Etymology: operative, rant


so true - Jabberwocky, 2008-09-16: 16:24:00

Amen...what is it about those jobs that turns nice people into miseries? Or makes bad ones worse? Maybe it has to do with dealing with idiots all day long. - Nosila, 2008-09-16: 20:42:00


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Created by: kabloozie

Pronunciation: EN-truh-peev

Sentence: Bob's usual ennui has really become a persistant entropeeve - I wish he'd just shut up or quit.

Etymology: Entropy:The tendency for all matter and energy in the universe to evolve toward a state of inert uniformity + peeve: cause to be annoyed, irritated, or resentful


Nice simple blend. Love the sentence too! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-10-18: 18:24:00


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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: dis-grun-ti-fied

Sentence: Manny was a disgruntified worker who hated his job, his supervisor and his coworkers. He complained abut them constantly, especially down at Lucy's Cafe, until the day he retired. Everyone thought that he would finally be happy, but he still went to Lucy's everyday and complained because he had nothing to do. Besides, he missed the hogs.

Etymology: grunt: unskilled laborer + disgruntled: feeling or expressing discontentment or anger + gratified: satisfaction; receive what is desired

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Created by: Boomertoo


Sentence: He was the consummate gripeonista of the entire office.

Etymology: Gripe and the ending "onista" as loosley adopted from the Spanish, e.g. "fashionista."

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Created by: MrDave2176

Pronunciation: occu-PISS-shun

Sentence: Manny's occupission as PA in Hollywood was to be everyone's bitch and he complained about it constantly. But when confronted with quitting he always asserted, "And leave show business?"

Etymology: Occupation + Piss (as in piss and moan)

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Created by: lumina

Pronunciation: kol/leev

Sentence: It was bad enough that my desk was moved away from window with the gorgeous city view. I now had to endure working side by side with Ken, the company's colleave. Everyday it was the same. Ranting, whining, threatening and the packing and unpacking of his personal belongings, only to then have to "smile and wave" at the end of the day as he said "Another day another dollar. See you tomorrow."

Etymology: colleague + leave

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