Verboticism: Cohorker

'Don't worry, it's snot on your files.'

DEFINITION: v. To be so hardworking and dedicated to your job that you come to work even when you're sick and dangerously infectious. n. A person who comes to work sneezing, coughing, contagious, and sick as a dog.

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Workacolic

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: work-a-coll-ick

Sentence: Bent over with abdominal spasms, Dennis the workacolic, hauled a dozen cases of beer into the back of the truck and drove off on his delivery run all the while groaning and moaning.

Etymology: work + alcoholic + colic

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COMMENTS:

funny - congrats Petaj on your great words last week - Jabberwocky, 2008-05-07: 11:43:00

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Contaminhater

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: kon tam in hay ter

Sentence: When Typhoid Mary at work got sick (often) she loved to share her misery...believing if she gave away her germs, she would be rid of them. I thought of her as the contaminhater, because she always made me sick!

Etymology: Contaminater (infectious;transmissable of diseases;septic) & Hate her (don't like her)

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Dedillcation

Created by: Rutilus

Pronunciation: ded-ill-cay-shun

Sentence: Clark considered himself to be the office superman, always dragging himself to work no matter how lousy he felt. However, whilst noble by itself, his overwheming dedillcation to the company was causing the rest of the staff to drop like flies.

Etymology: Dedication - commitment to another; ill - sick, poorly

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Typephoidmary

Created by: bookowl

Pronunciation: tipe/foyd/mary

Sentence: Typephoidmary is the office manager and spreads her germs to every corner of the office.

Etymology: Typhoid Mary + type

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COMMENTS:

Very clever. - Tigger, 2008-05-07: 22:15:00

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Cohorker

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: co/hork/ur

Sentence: Spu Tum was a stalwart cohorker who never missed a day and left his mark on any work or worker he touched.

Etymology: co-worker + hork (as in hork up phlegm)

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Contagent

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: kəntājənt

Sentence: Josh does snot believe in calling out sick. His current cold and dedication to selling homes have combined to make him a Real Estate contagent. His clients are not impressed with his infectious laugh.

Etymology: contagious (likely to transmit a disease by contact with other people) + agent (a person who acts on behalf of another)

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Sickmission

Created by: diyan627

Pronunciation: sik-mish-in

Sentence: John is under complete sickmission... His rationalization is that he's working at the hospital, what does it matter anyway?

Etymology: sick (ill) + mission (ambition-an inner calling to pursue an activity or perform a service) + submission (surrendering to the power of wanting to be the top dog)

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Jobsicksess

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: job/sick/sess

Sentence: John comes to work no matter his illness. To his co-workers, John's jobsicksess means they'll probably catch some contagious cold, or disease from him.

Etymology: job + sick + obsess; j + obsess = jobsess + sick = jobsicksess

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COMMENTS:

petaj not to mention job success - petaj, 2008-05-08: 05:33:00

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Phlegmbuoyant

Created by: gilgrist

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Gad...floating snot. lol Good word. - Mustang, 2008-05-07: 06:39:00

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Infecticide

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: in - FEKT - uh - side

Sentence: Germond seemed to care little for the fact that he committed infecticide among his clients and coworkers when he insisted on showing up at work even when extremely ill.

Etymology: Infect with satirical use of suffix -cide, to kill.

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COMMENTS:

Good one! - TJayzz, 2008-05-07: 18:27:00

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