Verboticism: Fallashop

'If we buy 100 we'll save over $7000!'

DEFINITION: v., To believe you're saving money by buying things which are on sale even if you don't really want or need them. n., A person who believes they are saving their money whenever they buy something on sale.

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Denybuy

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: di-nahy-bahy

Sentence: Not only do you feel less guilty by denybuying 4 flat screen tv's - you can also impress your friends & family at the same time.

Etymology: deny + buy

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COMMENTS:

I like it Remi. - purpleartichokes, 2007-11-16: 18:58:00

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Dealusional

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: deel/loo/shun/al

Sentence: Joe became completely dealusional about the value of any item, no matter how obsolete, if it was marked down 70%, or more.

Etymology: DEALUSIONAL - from DEAL (a bargain) + DELUSIONAL (a false belief strongly held in spite of invalidating evidence)

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My fave! Gets my vote. :) - lumina, 2008-10-16: 00:56:00

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Bargoon

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: bar-GOON

Sentence: Barry, you are such a bargoon when it comes to flybuys. We have enough shampoo to last us 30 years since you've been trying to build up enough loyalty points to get a 'free' toaster worth just $20.

Etymology: bargain + goon

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Froogalish

Created by: hendrixius

Pronunciation: froo/gull/ish

Sentence: Eddy was always so frugalish; he managed to get a 20% discount on his kitchen knives by purchasing 10 complete sets from QVC.

Etymology: Frugal and Foolish

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Compulsaler

Created by: jkernen1

Pronunciation:

Sentence: You'd have to be a compulsaler to buy 200 rolls of TP of 20 dollars.

Etymology: compulsive + sale

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Saleomatic

Created by: taith

Pronunciation:

Sentence: when she goes shopping she's really saleomatic!!!

Etymology: sale+automatic

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Asalent

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: a sayl ent

Sentence: Ted was a career asalent. He bought things just because they were on for less than regular price. He ended up with tons of stuff he did not need. Ted is also now a hoarder.

Etymology: Assailant (someone who attacks) & A Sale (something costing less than usual;a bargain)

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Barloss

Created by: xirtam

Pronunciation: bahr-los

Sentence: The fifty pound bag of dog food Mary bought on sale was a barloss, considering she had two cats.

Etymology: Bargain: ME bargaynen - an advantageous purchase. + Loss: OE los - at a financial loss.

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Dealusional

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: dee/loo/shun/al

Sentence: Bart was completely dealusional and continued to stockpile worthless 'bargains'.

Etymology: deal + delusion

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COMMENTS:

Nice! - purpleartichokes, 2007-11-16: 18:55:00

It's the real deal, Stevo! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-16: 21:41:00

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Bargainloss

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Created by: zxvasdf

Pronunciation: Bar gain loss

Sentence: Amy excelled at bargainloss, and her many friends benefited from her "thriftiness".

Etymology: Bargain (good deal) & loss (act of losing)

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