Verboticism: Faultfoist

'You're melting my ice cream!'

DEFINITION: n. A person who blames their neighbors, coworkers, and/or parents for anything and everything that is wrong in the world. v. To lay blame on someone for something which is obviously beyond their control and influence.

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Blameslinger

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: blāmslingər

Sentence: Marge doesn’t like to admit fault for anything. She can be quite the blameslinger, all too ready to shoot from the lip at anybody within earshot.

Etymology: blame (assign responsibility for a fault or wrong) + gunslinger (a man who carries a gun and shoots well)

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Yourfaulter

warmfuzzykitten

Created by: warmfuzzykitten

Pronunciation: yor-fall-ter

Sentence: In a five-minute discussion of global warming, the yourfaulter blamed China, farting cows, heavy breathers, George Soros, the Illuminati, aliens, his parents, and that yappy dog down the street.

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Blamebidextrous

Created by: bookowl

Pronunciation: blame/bee/dex/trose

Sentence: A blamebedextrous person can shift blame with double the speed.

Etymology: blame + be + ambidextrous

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COMMENTS:

clver! - mweinmann, 2009-06-18: 08:52:00

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Skyfault

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sky fawlt

Sentence: When the sun made her ice cream cone drip, Betheny did the old skyfault trick...blame the sky, cause it holds the sun for melting the ice cream, which would not have happened if she had just eaten it right away.

Etymology: Sky (wild blue yonder) Fault (Blame;culpability) & Wordplay on Skyfall (latest James Bond Movie)

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Attacktirade

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: A-tak-tir-ade

Sentence: Brenda was quick to attacktirade every little problem she could imagine was happening in order to insult everyone she came in contact with. She was so consumed with being perfectly right...even when she was wrong.

Etymology: Attack-assault. Tirade-abuse, outburst.

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Sinflate

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: sin-flate

Sentence: Jean would sinflate every mistake Jack made until he felt like he needed to beg for absolution.

Etymology: sin: guilt, trespass, ungodliness + inflate:aggrandize, blow out of proportion

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Juggerblame

Created by: alicat

Pronunciation: Jug-er-blame

Sentence: Tom loved to Juggerblame everyone when things weren't going his way. From his car accident that his mother-in-law caused, to his ingrown toe-nail caused by the thunderstorms, everything was always someone else's fault.

Etymology: Juggernaut (something that destroys everything in its path) + blame (to place the responsibility of the action / event on someone else)

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Blamhor

Moonstar

Created by: Moonstar

Pronunciation: Blam-hore

Sentence: Tina was a sweet girl, but when that Blamhor idiot Gretchen spilled red wine all over her brand new wedding dress, then blamed Tina for making her do it, Tina snapped, chasing her round the room in her soiled dress on her big day.

Etymology: Blame, as in to place blame + Whore, as in prostitute or manwhore.

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Faultune

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: folt-you-n

Sentence: Kate was shunned by her neighbours because they were tired of her faultuning them. They had tried to be friendly, but what could they do with someone who castigated them for the sun coming up later as Winter came on.

Etymology: fault + fortune (destiny, fate) + tune (she's not singing that same old song again?)

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Faultfoist

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: fawlt/foist

Sentence: Jenny faultfoists all her marriage problems on her mother.

Etymology: fault (flaw; failing) + foist (to force upon or impose fraudulently or unjustifiably)

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COMMENTS:

that's martial law for you! - galwaywegian, 2008-04-24: 05:41:00

Good blend - OZZIEBOB, 2008-04-26: 19:11:00

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