Verboticism: Chorecoma

'Mommy, is Daddy playing dead again?'

DEFINITION: v. To be physically overcome by a sudden illness, disability, or even death when asked to participate in unrewarding activities -- like work, or household chores. n. A person who gets sick when asked to work.

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Choreache

Created by: LenhardtLac

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Sentence: Daddy's sure to have choreache this time of day...

Etymology: chore+ache -dah! simple as that...

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Helpochondriac

Created by: Bernmeister

Pronunciation: help-o-kon-dree-ak

Sentence: Everytime the lawn needs mowing you get a new disease, I think you're making it up you helpochondriac.

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Disinterestation

Created by: Puptentacle

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Sentence: Obviously he is suffering from advanced disinterestation.

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Laborophobia

Created by: johnnyrockett

Pronunciation: Lay-boar-o-fo-bee-a

Sentence: The moment he heard the vacuum cleaner, he felt laborophobic.

Etymology: Combination of Labor (work) and phobia (an unrealistic fear.)

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Exactimentily

Created by: rkdekdms

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Avoiditis

Created by: McWhoopass

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This inflammation of the avoidance gland causes several overt symptoms that can be mistaken for illness, disablility, and in some extreme cases death. Caution should be used in treating victims of avoiditis as any percieved work on the part of the suffere - McWhoopass, 2006-12-13: 14:58:00

...sufferer could result in heightened symptoms - McWhoopass, 2006-12-13: 14:58:00

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Chorlapse

Created by: poptart9

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Sentence: He had a case of chorlapse when she asked him to help.

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Idlitisis

Created by: ladyjd

Pronunciation: Eye/del/eye/tis/sis

Sentence: Suffering from idlitisis can be severly draining, especially for the rest of the family and work colleagues.

Etymology: idle:habitually doing nothing or avoiding work; -itis: Inflammation or disease of

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Choreshirking

Created by: matkline

Pronunciation: Just as it is spelled.

Sentence: "I'm so sick of James' choreshirking - I think I want a divorce."

Etymology: Portmanteau of chore and shirk.

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Oytonitis

Created by: madamebrothel

Pronunciation: Oy-to-ni-tis

Sentence: When David saw all the dishes that need to be done, he suddenly developed oytonitis and fell flat on the couch.

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