Verboticism: Wisdampen

'You got the tattoo!?'

DEFINITION: n. Advice which is asked for, considered, and then promptly forgotten -- until it is too late. v. To ask for, listen to, and then reject or ignore advice.

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Dissguidance

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: diss + gide + dans

Sentence: Natalie always practiced dissguidance by doing the opposite of what her friends and parents suggested; even though she asked for their advice. She would take up hours of their time, pleading with them to give her their counsel, concern and guidance; only to ignore anything they said.

Etymology: diss (diss, disrespect; to diss; to show disrespect or insult;), guidance (helping show the way, counselling, advice or giving direction), dance (an artistic form of nonverbal communication)

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COMMENTS:

sounds familiar - good word - Jabberwocky, 2009-04-27: 15:27:00

Really good word - so true. - splendiction, 2009-04-27: 20:14:00

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Consultheyshun

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: rhymes with CONSULTATION

Sentence: Her consultheyshun with dad about getting the tatoo served to confirm her decision.

Etymology: From CONSULT (ask advice), HEY , SHUN (avoid).

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Badvice

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: badvīs

Sentence: Jill would often seek out her uncles’s badvice, knowing that she was on the right track if she did the opposite. To date her best reversal was to invest in this quirky little company called Apple who her uncle said would never amount to anything.

Etymology: bad (of poor quality; inferior or defective) + advice (guidance or recommendations concerning prudent future action, typically given by someone regarded as knowledgeable or authoritative)

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Contramentor

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: kon-truh-men-tawr

Sentence: After a series of poor results following advice offered by a co-worker Joyce started using him as a contramentor, doing just the opposite of whatever he suggested. So far things are going along swimmingly.

Etymology: contradiction (asserting the contrary or opposite) + mentor (a wise and trusted counselor or teacher)

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Inknored

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: ink nord

Sentence: When Buffy asked her Pop if she should get a tattoo, he advised her against it. Afterall, he said, her tastes would change and she may regret it later. Imagine his surprise when his advice was inknored. Buffy came home with a wopping great rockband tattoo on her arm. Pop should have showed her his Twisted Sister tattoo on his buttock...

Etymology: Ink (tattoo) & Ignored (disregarded)

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Solicadvicevade

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: sol-iss-add-vice-eh-vayde

Sentence: "Do as I say not as I do, you have solicadvicevaded me all your life young lady - now scrape that Jonas Brothers tattoo off right now - here is my belt sander!!"

Etymology: solicit (as in request or seek) + advice (suggestion) + evade (as in avoid or ignore)

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Ignarnate

Created by: jynx102

Pronunciation: Ihg-nar-nate

Sentence: My wife's tattoo is now droopy and it looks dilapidated. When we were younger she chose to ignarnate my advice and now she's paying for it.

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Counselectomy

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: cown/sell/ek/toe/mee

Sentence: Sally's mind took in the advice, performed a counselectomy and then promptly tossed it away.

Etymology: counsel + select + tonsillectomy

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brilliant.....remove all reason - mweinmann, 2009-04-27: 07:37:00

Good one...Dr. Truth operates again. - Nosila, 2009-04-27: 08:16:00

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Counsilliness

Created by: readerwriter

Pronunciation: cown-sill-ee-nehs

Sentence: "In the multitude of counselors there is wisdom," the Good Book says, but Tiffany consistently rejected the advice of her elders, calling it counsilliness.

Etymology: Blending COUNSEL, meaning advice, guidance + SILLINESS, meaning a lack of good sense

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now I understand the Tiffany reference - nice sounding word - Jabberwocky, 2009-04-27: 15:27:00

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Guidunce

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: gīdəns

Sentence: Gerald was famous for seeking advice that he would reject if it didn't conform with what he had already decided to do. He is a guidunce. This is why he listens to Milli Vanilli casettes in his lime green Gremlin on the way to his job as a VCR repairman. He's going to do better though. He's halfway through an on-line course on repair of computer zip drives.

Etymology: guidance (advice or information aimed at resolving a problem or difficulty, esp. as given by someone in authority) + dunce (a person who is slow at learning; a stupid person)

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