Verboticism: Pigstymied

'He's kind of possessive about his litter...'

DEFINITION: v., To clean up another person's mess, only to have all their garbage dumped right on top of you. n., A person who tries to help other people solve their problems but always ends up in deep doo-doo.

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: sah - MARE - uh - trasht

Sentence: When Germond tried to clear the clog in Beatrices's toilet with a compressor and suddenly found himself covered in fresh sewage he realized he had once again been samaritrashed while innocently trying to help someone.

Etymology: Mix of samaritan and trashed


Did the kitty litter in the cartoon inspire this sentence! Wow ... strong images today. lol! Good blend of words, too! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-07: 08:34:00


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Created by: XMbIPb


Sentence: I am sick and tired of orthomerdapurgotating after everyone in this bloody hellhole, just to be passed for a promotion time and time again!

Etymology: Ortho - straight and upright Merda (lat.) - feces Purgo (lat.) - to clean

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: ex kree myoonee kayt

Sentence: Morty knew it was going to be one of those days, when Myra would excremunicate him for trying to clean her cat Mungo's litter box. Mungo went turdally mental and attacked Morty as he carried the pan full of ripe cat poopsadaisies and tripped over a stool on the way outside. Morty could not win for losing. Myra was more concerned for the crap strewn all over her dungalow than for the fact that Morty lay in a dung heap on the kitchen floor. How could he save feces over this debacle? He felt like he had just bought a bowel on the Schlemiel Of Misfortune game of life!

Etymology: Excrement (waste matter (as urine or sweat but especially feces) discharged from the body) & Excommunicate (exclude from a community)


petaj LOL very punny - petaj, 2008-12-02: 04:21:00

(cl)assy - emdeejay, 2008-12-02: 04:28:00

Sounds pretty crappy to me. - Mustang, 2008-12-02: 07:34:00

Great sentence - even greater last two lines! I'll never see P Sajak or that tv show without the 'bowel on the Schlemiel Of Misfortune' - silveryaspen, 2008-12-02: 13:19:00

metrohumanx VERY economical construction, Nozee. - metrohumanx, 2008-12-04: 16:32:00


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Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: hell - per - skell - ter

Sentence: Lenny was beginning to feel all hellperskelter. Instead of experiencing the warm fuzzy feeling that should come with doing good deeds for his friends, he had been thrust into some type of helper hell where everything had gone awry. He gave his friend Bruce an opinion about a relationship issue last week which had led to his breakup with Ilene. Now, Jenny was calling him to inform him that he had killed her prize Yucca plant that he had done his best to care for when she was out of town on business.

Etymology: The word helper (someone who assists another or helps) is combined with Hell to form the first part of this word + skelter (from helter skelter) tumultuous disorder; confusion.


Great word. Great etymology - silveryaspen, 2008-12-02: 13:08:00

metrohumanx VERY creative, M. - metrohumanx, 2008-12-02: 14:02:00

I like it! One vote for you! - logarithm, 2008-12-02: 17:28:00

Brilliant! - emdeejay, 2008-12-02: 19:57:00

LMAO! This is a good one! - mzoctober84, 2008-12-03: 12:49:00


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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: fi/lan/thruh/plode

Sentence: John philanthroplodes a few times a week. He constantly jumps into squabbles and situations looking out for and defending his friends, only to become the target of his friend's aggressor.

Etymology: philanthropist + explode


Nice one! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-07: 19:38:00

Had I three votes, this would get one. - ErWenn, 2008-02-07: 20:01:00

very nice stevenson - purpleman, 2008-02-08: 08:00:00


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Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: bak-o-lay-d

Sentence: She had cold feet in bed. Her icy backkside, and frigid front made him recoil tighter than a frozen spring. He decided to help her. His warming backhand assist, backfired. She booted him out of bed. Ouch! Another backolaid!

Etymology: He hoped for an accolade for his aid! Ack! Alass! It backfired and became a ... backolaid!


maybe next time he could try 'socking' it to her - nothing worse than cold feet - Jabberwocky, 2008-02-07: 12:30:00

Great sentence and etymology. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-07: 22:05:00

i like it - purpleman, 2008-02-08: 08:01:00


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Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Cown-sel-quen-se

Sentence: When Nicola heard the knock on her door late one night she knew it would be her best friend Dana with news of the latest tragic event in her life. This time she found her in floods of tears, when she asked her what was wrong she told her that she had been seeing a married man and didn't know what to do. Being a good friend Nicola sat and listened to her for the next five hours, eventually she advised her to give the man an ultimatum, the wife or her. Dana thanked her and left. What she hadn't realised however was that the man in question was her own husband, but she soon found out when the counselquence ended in him packing his bags and moving in with Dana a week later.

Etymology: Counsel(give advice to someone to help resolve a personal problem) + Consequence(result or effect)


I think those are my neighbors - Mustang, 2008-12-02: 07:33:00

excellent - Jabberwocky, 2008-12-02: 12:29:00

Great story, TJayzz...the basis of all Country & Western songs! - Nosila, 2008-12-02: 22:18:00

metrohumanx A modern parable, indeed. - metrohumanx, 2008-12-03: 16:44:00


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Created by: rombus

Pronunciation: gooood - sam - air - itan

Sentence: Justin really felt like a goooodsamaritan. Every time he helped Katy, he got stuck in a mire of poop, doo or goo. When he walked her dog Rufus, he got knocked face forward into a pile of poop. When he trimmed her trees, the birds christened him with doo. Finally, there was all the goo inside her refrigerator that found its way to his hands and hair when he helped her clean it out.

Etymology: Goo + Good + Samaritan

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Created by: metrohumanx

Pronunciation: SAN-ih-dupe

Sentence: Sasha slept till noon and if Bob wanted a cup of coffee or a spoon, he had to wash one. As he glared at the mound of laundry slowly growing like the Himalayas, Bob realized he had become a SANIDUPE...meekly picking up the things which others had dropped, and cleaning up without complaint. NO MORE MISTER NICE GUY! He packed all the dishes and eating utensils into the attic, save one set of each. Casually reaching for a clean plate was a thing of the past. Bob's place was NOT a democracy, dammit! It was a benevolent dictatorship, and if everyone had to live a monastic way of life....TOUGH! Sasha soon moved out, taking her piano and Bob's heart, but leaving her three cats behind, complete with three fragrant litter boxes. Now Bob stares at the candle as he sits on his solitary kitchen chair, filling sandbags and feeling like the curator of a turd museum. He was SANIDUPED again!

Etymology: SANItary+DUPE=SANIDUPE.....SANITARY:of or relating to health,of, relating to, or used in the disposal of repugnant domestic waste; French sanitaire, from Latin sanitas.....DUPE:one that is easily deceived, cheated or conned into performing chores for others;French, from Middle French duppe, probably alteration of huppe hoopoe.....


metrohumanx Check your camping equipment. The First Annual International Verbotomy Festival and Swap Meet of 2010 is coming soon....(location TBA) - metrohumanx, 2008-12-02: 02:06:00

Good word - OZZIEBOB, 2008-12-03: 03:25:00


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