Verboticism: Scablutionist

'Excuse me, but are you giving us your full attention?'

DEFINITION: v. , To groom oneself in inappropriate places or at inappropriate times n., A person who practices personal hygiene in public places.

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Repugroomnant

zxvasdf

Created by: zxvasdf

Pronunciation: Re pu groom nant

Sentence: Ted was notorious for his repugroomnant habits to an extent that the public would quickly congeal outside a radius that was particular to the day's specific offenses. When he takes his shoes off to trim his nails, the radius of empty space is especially large...

Etymology: Repugnant & groom

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Whygiene

DSwell

Created by: DSwell

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Skankeeclipper

Created by: Nuwanda

Pronunciation: skan-key-clip-per

Sentence: Natalie was a true skankeeclipper and got in the habit of tearing off her fingernails while driving. She would open the window an inch and try to push them out, but all too often they would fall back inside and land on the door edge or scatter across the floor mats. And Tom, though he loved Natalie a lot, loved his car even more. He dumped the skankeeclipper for a woman with OCD and fake nails.

Etymology: Yankee clipper altered to incorporate skanky--highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust;

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Scablutionist

Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: scab/blew/shun/ist

Sentence: Scott was a diehard scablutionist who loved to pick his scabs in public.

Etymology: scab + ablution + exhibitionist

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Vanityflair

Created by: psi4got

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Ellen was completely oblivious that her vanityflair caused others to stare in disgust and amazement. She simply assumed everyone loved looking at her when, in fact, they couldn't look away as she trimmed her toenails and plucked nose hairs regardless of social conventions.

Etymology: She's so vain. I'll bet she thinks this moment is about her.

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COMMENTS:

good word - Nosila, 2010-03-30: 23:15:00

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Primputz

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: PRIMP-putz

Sentence: Lloyd's social graces are something less than perfect and his bad manners are most exemplified by his being an inveterate primputz who will blatantly preen and primp in even the most inapproriate times and places.

Etymology: Blend of 'primp' (to groom oneself carefully) and 'putz' (Slang A fool; an idiot)

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COMMENTS:

I think lloyd travels the same subway line as I do - Jabberwocky, 2008-10-31: 13:44:00

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Repreenhensible

thegoatisbad

Created by: thegoatisbad

Pronunciation: rep·reen·hen·si·bul

Sentence: Kimberly's office etiquette was repreenhensible. Kimberly thought she was being sneaky when she ducked under her desk to floss her teeth, but her stealth was stymied by her tenancy to to toss her used floss on the floor. "Biohazard" said Zinnia; "Oftendsive" said Loretta.

Etymology: reprehensible (blameworthy) + preen (to groom)

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Pugiene

Created by: callmedump1

Pronunciation: pújeen

Sentence: It is disguting to see people pugiene,which is totally uncalled-for.

Etymology: public+hygiene

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Vulgroomer

Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: /vuhl'-groom-ər/

Sentence: Every time I looked over at Ted during the meeting, he was vulgrooming himself -- first, picking food out of his teeth, then with a finger stuck in his ear, digging around for earwax, which he later scraped off on the edge of the table -- as if the conference room were his personal bathroom, and the rest of us were simply intruding, and subject to witness his rather uncouth hygienic habits.

Etymology: vulgar (Latin, vulgāris - equiv. to vulg[us] the general public) + groom (possibly from Old French, grommet - "servant"); Vulgroom, -er, -ing

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COMMENTS:

groomsome! - galwaywegian, 2007-12-07: 07:01:00

"Nice" word! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-12-09: 15:55:00

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Uninhibagroom

Korinne

Created by: Korinne

Pronunciation: Un-in-hib-a-groom

Sentence: Simon has always made himself "at home" whereever regardless of context. He's been known to uninhibagroom various locations of his body, including trim his pubs, in the most public of places. Simon is a uninhibagroomer.

Etymology: Uninhibited + Grooming

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