Verboticism: Recompilimentation

'I have to sharpen it?'

DEFINITION: An often debilitating condition characterized by compulsive, repetitive and obsessive reading of product documentation and warranties.

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Dratility

Lazberg

Created by: Lazberg

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Fuckedy

Created by: onekid

Pronunciation: fuckedy

Sentence: hm?

Etymology: oo da

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uu - onekid, 2007-07-07: 17:15:00

wTF does that even mean?!?! - missmurder, 2007-07-29: 19:03:00

oh i get it lmao!!!! - missmurder, 2007-07-29: 19:03:00

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Documental

Created by: urbanwookie

Pronunciation: dock-you-men-tahl

Sentence: Having repeatedly searched the user manual from cover to cover without any spark of illumination, Maria began to suspect she had gone documental...

Etymology: documentation + mental (contraction)

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Comperusaltion

Arcysparky

Created by: Arcysparky

Pronunciation: Com-per-ooze-al-shun

Sentence: As a result of his comperusaltion, James often spent days reading before he even broke the seal on his bottle of cola.

Etymology: Perusal - the action of reading or examining something, Compulsion - an irrisistable urge to behave in a certain way.

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Prodification

dastickney

Created by: dastickney

Pronunciation: Prod-I-Fi-Ka-Shun

Sentence: As he was deep into prodification, he soon realized that he was able to once again use his manual can opener.

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Idiosistics

Created by: ElBuro

Pronunciation: ID-i-o-SIS-TIKS

Sentence: "Bah, curse my Idiosistics, I hate these warranties, but I just can't put them down!."

Etymology: Idi-from "Idiot". sis- Sounds like a sickness.

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Stupdocness

Created by: svasiljeva

Pronunciation:

Sentence: stupdocness is his usual condition for 3 days after buying a new thing

Etymology: stupid reading of documentation

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stupid reading of documentation - svasiljeva, 2006-12-17: 09:15:00

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Knownot

Created by: Chistinalove

Pronunciation: no - not

Sentence: She's such a knownot that she things she can't figure anything out without reading directions on EVERYTHING....

Etymology: to feel unknowledgable about anything without reading all documentation on it.

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Dysmanuorrhea

Created by: Elfie

Pronunciation: dis-man-war-REE-ah

Sentence: He suffered acute dysmanuorrhea with every software upgrade, overwhelmed by the sheer detail in each new agreement.

Etymology: dys - bad, difficult manuo - derived from "manual" orrhea - excessive discharge of key information from the brain

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Manuentality

Created by: myrrh

Pronunciation: man-yoo-en-TAL-ih-tee

Sentence: Juliette suffered from manuentality, and would often take out instructional books from the library as casual reading.

Etymology: manual + mentality

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