Verboticism: Fatblues

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Fatblues

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Fatblues

Created by: toralora

Pronunciation: Fatt/bloos

Sentence: I don't feel like going out tonight, I have the fatblues going on.

Etymology: fat + blues (depression)

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Fatxiety

Created by: aj3131

Pronunciation: Fat-Zi-Ity

Sentence: faxiety is the leading cause of depression in the spring months.

Etymology: Fat+ (an)xiety

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COMMENTS:

This is good, in fact I am a bit fatxious right now.. - wordmeister, 2007-02-28: 09:06:00

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Springdumb

Created by: BMott

Pronunciation: spring-dumb

Sentence: She realized she had suffered a case of springdumb all winter as she munched on twinkies to keep the winter blues at bay, forgetting that spring bikinis would soon be in fashion.

Etymology: Spring: That lovely time of year when everything blooms, but your body isn't supposed to. -- Dumb: The ability to ignore the obvious.

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Bikinevasion

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: bikini-vay-shun

Sentence: Carlotta sighed as she examined the flabby white flesh exposed when she took off her coat. Yes, bikinevasion season had arrived.

Etymology: bikini (two piece swimwear) + evasion (avoidance)

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COMMENTS:

funny petaj - Jabberwocky, 2007-02-28: 15:37:00

petaj thanks - petaj, 2007-03-01: 04:58:00

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Speedophobic

Created by: toadstool57

Pronunciation: spEED-O-fhO-bic

Sentence: Jill is speedophobic, getting concerned that David is pigging out at the buffet, knowing there is only 20 days to the pool party. She did all she could to keep her food down just picturing David in his tiny polkadotted speedo.

Etymology: speedo,type of swim suit/phobic, fear of

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Melancalorie

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: mel/on/cal/o/rie

Sentence: March 1st tomorrow and when I stepped on my scale this morning a severe case of melancalorie set in causing me to stop at the donut shop on the way to work to drown my guilt.

Etymology: melancholy + calorie

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COMMENTS:

good one! - paintergrl1313, 2007-03-01: 09:42:00

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Hibernationshock

Created by: cheetah

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Aunt Junipher experiences a depressing state of hibernationshock during the bikini sales each spring.

Etymology:

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COMMENTS:

I like it! - ErWenn, 2007-02-28: 11:57:00

me too! - wordmeister, 2007-02-28: 13:01:00

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Blubberization

Created by: bettyann9

Pronunciation:

Sentence: The blubberization he was feeling when he saw that extra 200 lbs was overwhelming. Maybe cut out the side of a cow every other day?

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Springleaning

thegoatisbad

Created by: thegoatisbad

Pronunciation: spring-lem-ing

Sentence: Kimberly yawned and began to excavate her way out of her bedding. When she looked out of the window in her Den and saw the daffodils poking through layers of dead leaves and sticks; she knew it was time for springleaning. She began by dusting off and climbing onto the scale. The number was no more grisly than it had been in previous years and she glanced at the number, at herself in the mirror and then began searching her pantry for rice cakes.

Etymology: spring ("time of growth") + gleaning (gather bit by bit) Play on "Spring Cleaning"

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Dressimism

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: dress-i-mi-zm

Sentence: Cheryl was dressimistic about her chances of fitting into the fabulous little frock she bought for the Spring Gala. Being a weightalist by nature, she just knew that her weight was sealed because both her life and the dress were unalterable.

Etymology: dress + pessimism: a tendency to see the gloomiest view of a situation

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