Verboticism: Merphdesten

'The toast fell butter-side down.'

DEFINITION: n. The feeling you get when fate plays a stupid little trick on you, just to remind you that life isn't fair. v. To suddenly remember that you've been screwed by the powers that be.

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: kar mad

Sentence: Yes Wendy Murphy was upset. It happened again. It was another example of the karmad she had felt lately. Whatever could go wrong, did go wrong...Murphy's Law indeed. And now again her breakfast was ruined. The bread had fallen and landed butter-side down...on her not so clean floor. It probably was because she never learned. Don't butter the bread before you put it in the toaster. It never just pops up, it always goes flying when it is done!

Etymology: Karma (the effects of a person's actions that determine his destiny;fate;kismet) & Mad (very foolish;affected with madness or insanity)

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Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: fait - ah - list - tik

Sentence: Gloria discovered that just by changing one letter in the word fatalistic, she had a new word for the feeling she was having... Every little thing seemed to go wrong for her and because of these little events which kept adding up, she began to feel fatealistic.

Etymology: fate, fatalistic


Fateall attraction! - Nosila, 2009-09-25: 17:33:00


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Created by: EonaFrae

Pronunciation: moy-raid

Sentence: Susan moiraed through the days events; life really did suck.

Etymology: Moirai [name of The Fates from Greek mythology] + ed [suffix]

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Created by: jedijawa

Pronunciation: car-mah-slapt

Sentence: Jill was having one of those days when nothing was going right and she felt completely karmaslapped.

Etymology: karma (fate) + slapped (i.e. bitchslapped)


Been the haircut. - urbanwookie, 2007-04-01: 19:50:00


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Created by: paintergrl1313


Sentence: After I dropped my toast I was over come with a feeling of suckatude

Etymology: Suck+aditude

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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: fayt-al-i-ty

Sentence: Sitting at his desk, Joe contemplated his fateality when he realized that he wasn't still dreaming and he really didn't have his pants on.

Etymology: reality: quality and state of things being true + fate: supposed force or princible that predetermines events + fatality: a decree made by fate or the quality of being doomed by disaster


There's sale down the street he should go to where pants are half off! - Nosila, 2009-09-25: 17:36:00


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Created by: mana1066

Pronunciation: ri'po'lin'der

Sentence: I was completely repolindered at the sight of the mess, causing a dramatic outbreak

Etymology: repo as in reposession of sanity + 'inder as in reminder

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: kärməgetin

Sentence: Harry seems to be surprised every time fate slaps him in the face. He refuses to change his behaviors so he keeps karmagettin the same results. Somehow this only makes him more determined to continue on the same course. Such is the life of a bulldog.

Etymology: karma (destiny or fate, following as effect from cause) + gettin (come to have or hold something; receive) a plat on Armageddon - the last battle between good and evil before the Day of Judgment


Karmandgettit! - Nosila, 2009-09-25: 17:32:00


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Created by: catgrin

Pronunciation: spoo-feyt

Sentence: A sense of spoofate overcame Angela as the toothpaste plopped onto her new silk shirt. She had to laugh - bitterly.

Etymology: combination of root words spoof +fate

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Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: Fay-ta-tricked

Sentence: Feleeny Meania was always finding herself faytatricked somehow. She begain to question herself. Had she been so mean to others that she was now being repaid by the tricks that fate was playing on her?

Etymology: Fayta: Taken in part of the word fate-Destiny, an inevitable course of events Tricked: A mischievous action; a prank

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