Verboticism: Koshmar

'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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Created by: DaddyNewt


Sentence: I was unable to carry the groceries because I was incapoopitated.

Etymology: incapacited + pooped

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Created by: lucyof2009

Pronunciation: lazy-itis

Sentence: Sorry boss, I can't come to work today; I have laziitis.

Etymology: Combination of the word lazy and the suffix "itis" which usually describes a disease.

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Created by: jwalter32


Sentence: Doris began to take advantage of George's testostrances, using those opportunities to meet Ramon inside of Baker's Shoes while her husband dozed on a mall bench nearby.


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Created by: jrogan

Pronunciation: koh-ma-poz

Sentence: Mitchell would go completely comapose whenever his wife asked him to do any chores around the house. This was relatively benign, until one day when they were driving home from cottage, and his wife thoughtlessly asked him if he could cut the grass when they got back to the city. He had just pulled into the passing lane, when he lost consciousness...

Etymology: comatose + pose (i.e. fake posture, stand still and do nothing)


A Coma-ly word indeed! - Nosila, 2009-08-03: 22:58:00

great work, get my vote. - mweinmann, 2009-08-04: 07:34:00


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Created by: john621

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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Created by: widget

Pronunciation: D'idling

Sentence: Whenever he was asked to help he would always found to be diedling

Etymology: From die and idling

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Created by: Peppie

Pronunciation: ik-'sky├╝-z&-dent

Sentence: Janet had an excusident when her mother asked her to vacuum the room.

Etymology: Having an accident to be excused from something. Excused, accident, excusident.

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Created by: knickers

Pronunciation: de-cap-ass-it-ate-ed

Sentence: When she asked me to lick her muff, I sniffed it and was instantly decapacitated.

Etymology: From incapacitated, decapitate

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Created by: Jewlicious

Pronunciation: TEM pruh mohr tis

Sentence: I had a bout of temporamortis earlier today, but I should be fine now.

Etymology: From the latin root temp- for time and mortis for death

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Created by: golux13


Sentence: Bob took to his bed with a case of exerthaustion when Marge asked him to vacuum the upstairs hall.


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