Verboticism: Crazybitchualate

'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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Pissdemeanor

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: pistdimēnər

Sentence: She really didn\\\'t like her job at the Mall with its annoying, self-centered customers. She would occasionally commit a pissdemeanor by re-directing her frustration at her co-workers or when she would get home and yell at the cat.

Etymology: pissed (very annoyed; angry) + misdemeanor (a minor wrongdoing) + demeanor (outward behavior or bearing, attitude)

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Transapplicate

Created by: seifip

Pronunciation: transapplicate

Sentence: I have transapplicated my feeling on him... He just reminded me of my lazy cat!

Etymology: trans + applicate

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Emotiredirection

Created by: Fenners

Pronunciation: e-moti-redirection

Sentence: I've been a bit emotiredirectional lately

Etymology: emotion redirection

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Ferventing

Created by: Javeson1

Pronunciation: fur-vent-ing

Sentence: ferventing is just another word for displacing, the psychological defense mechanism...

Etymology: fervent+forwarding, as in email.

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Emorebound

Created by: bghicks

Pronunciation: Emo-rebound

Sentence: He annoyed her and she emorebounded all over him.

Etymology: Emo -tional rebound

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Emopoop

Created by: jrogan

Pronunciation: ee-moh-poop

Sentence: Michael always had some difficulty sharing his feelings. But sooner or later, they would well up inside and he would just let it all out in one giant emopoop. It was usually a quite messy -- you wouldn't want to be trapped in the same room with him when it was happening -- but in the end, he always felt much better.

Etymology: emote + poop

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COMMENTS:

emoglopic! - Nosila, 2009-08-07: 22:25:00

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Convibe

Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /k&n-'vIb/

Sentence: Krisna was a very well-balanced person, partly because he would convibe any negativity he received onto his computer. His computer, on the other hand, was just plain miserable.

Etymology: from convey + vibe

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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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Emofection

ubgrud

Created by: ubgrud

Pronunciation: e-mo-fek-shon

Sentence: After being dumped by a post-it this morning, Kate has emofected everyone around with her foul mood.

Etymology: I would prefer emotional Infection, or a latin emopatheogenic maybe, but emofection was more naturally understandable.

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COMMENTS:

petaj emoflection would have been good too -- emotion + deflect - petaj, 2007-01-05: 20:19:00

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Transemosupernova

Created by: spacemonkeymafia

Pronunciation: trans-i-mō-sōō'per-nō'va

Sentence: The transemosupernova has been the cause of many arguments started by my girlfriend.

Etymology: Trans - From the Latin meaning "across, over, or beyond. Emo - from emotion, French émotion, from Old French, from esmovoir, to excite, from Vulgar Latin *exmovēre : Latin ex-, ex- + Latin movēre, to move. Super - Latin, from super, over, above.

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Ran out of room for the etymology for nova. Here it is. Nova - New Latin (stēlla) nova, new (star), nova, feminine of Latin novus, new. - spacemonkeymafia, 2007-01-02: 12:38:00

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