Verboticism: Convibe

'Don't kitty me!'

DEFINITION: v. To collect all the emotional energy you receive from one person, and then share it with the very next person you meet. n. Emotional transference.

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Dumpstir

Created by: scrabbelicious

Pronunciation: Dum-pah-ster

Sentence: "'Baggage? I don't think so. Why should I be the only person to carry this burden? I will off load this information, even if it's mentally scaring for the receiver'", thought Michael as he passed on the difficult news that his wife's thrush had flared up again.

Etymology: A convolution of 1) Dumpster (USually)(n) a vessel used for storing junk or unwanted items 2) stir (v) to mix or mix up, perhaps in a mischievious way (colloq).

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Scharblitz

Created by: Acostell

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Procrastagonize

Created by: Wriiight

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Etymology: Procrastinate + Antagonize

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Reflexaffect

Created by: missparaguay1991

Pronunciation: /RFLKSFKT/

Sentence: Didn't your mum say that line to you five minutes ago? stop reflexaffecting me!

Etymology: Reflexaffect: reflex from the E reflect meaning show an image, and affect from the E affected, meaning have an effect on

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Forwardfeel

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: fore-ward-feel

Sentence: He knew that her hatred towards his mother was going to be a forwardfeel towards him. It would manifest itself in the form of her refraining to do his laundry.

Etymology: forward (transmit, send) + feel (to be emotionally affected by)

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Psychoport

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: sahy/kuh/port

Sentence: My inability to deal with the immediate situation causes me to psychoport my feelings and emotions to the next person I run into.

Etymology: psychological + transport

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COMMENTS:

That sounds a lot like "psycho-sport". Is that a game you play regularily? - wordmeister, 2007-01-02: 16:06:00

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Dramaqueening

Created by: Madamemojo

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Cathext

Created by: norallama

Pronunciation: Kuh-theckst

Sentence: I burned the toast, ripped my hose, and then, of course, cathexted all over my assistant the very first chance I got.

Etymology: From "cathexis," meaning "emotional energy" ... and "Next!"

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Transpurrance

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: trans-pur-uhns

Sentence: Cindy is very close to her cat. Unfortunately Mr. Furball often sets her mood for the day. If he treats her poorly everybody in the office will do their best to stay clear. The emotional transpurrance can be deadly.

Etymology: tansferance (the shift of emotions, especially those experienced in childhood, from one person or object to another, especially the transfer of feelings about a parent to an analyst) + purr (to utter a low, continuous, murmuring sound expressive of contentment or pleasure, as a cat does)

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Reflexivenom

Created by: adobrodt

Pronunciation: ree-flex-i-ven-uhm

Sentence: Jenny met Bob after the disastrous art show and commenced to reflexivenomize on him for forty-five minutes.

Etymology: From reflection and VENOM

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