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Created by: scrabbelicious

Pronunciation: Friz-al-ie-sis

Sentence: Rigourous Frizzalysis indicates that 'a bad hair day is worth two in the bush', so to speak, ahem.

Etymology: Entangling of 1)Frizz - wild or uncontrolable hair (informal) and 2) Analysis - nothing whatever to do with the rectum, usually.


frizztastic! - jrogan, 2009-07-30: 09:00:00


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Created by: quippingqueen

Pronunciation: tress/tol/ogy

Sentence: Having completed his course in tresstology, Bertie Ditherinton knew a bad hair day when he saw one!

Etymology: tress: a lock of hair + ology: the study of

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Created by: anemone




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Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: hair-bal-ol-a-gee

Sentence: Even though she was highly paid, professional hairballologist, Cynthia often doubted her expertise -- especially in the morning, when she looked in the mirror and saw an airhead.

Etymology: hairball + ology

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Created by: logan260

Pronunciation: top-lock-ruh-fee

Sentence: Jane's toplockraphical signs indicated that she prefers her wild nights on the carpet as opposed to more conventional furniture, based on the residual static electricity swirling about her like a psychotic halo.

Etymology: topographical....assessing geography based on the upper appearance of the earth.

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Created by: jboehnker

Pronunciation: too pay' stim ay' shun

Sentence: In my professional toupeestimation, one should be wary of hairstylists with shaved heads.

Etymology: toupee + estimation

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Created by: cannibalgymnastics




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Created by: dekra

Pronunciation: rah-puzzle

Sentence: She presented a new attitude every, with the same golden smile, but a very different rapuzzle. They would watch her from the office window, changing the the tone of their greetings and timbre of their voices based on the level of frizzy topography her locks presented.

Etymology: Rapunzel(Classic fairy tale character with long golden hair) + Puzzle

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: tress test

Sentence: Monty had figured out that when people had bad hair days, they usually had bad mood days. He called it his tresstest and if you looked like Rapunzel, you would likely be in a good mood, but if you looked like Medusa, you were to be avoided at all costs. The words hair trigger were coined for a reason...

Etymology: Tress (lock of hair) & Test (any standardized procedure for measuring sensitivity or memory or intelligence or aptitude or personality etc); WordPlay on StressTest (a test measuring how a system functions when subjected to controlled amounts of stress)

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Created by: elstiko




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