Verboticism: Employmalady

'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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Staphstaff

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: stafstaf

Sentence: Betty works in an office where they are very careful to categorize workers into specific workgroups. Nobody is supposed to or allowed do work that isn't in their job description. Betty has her own categories for people who insist on coming to work despite being ill. The biggest group is the flucrew. The bunch she works hardest to avoid is the staphstaff.

Etymology: staph (a bacterium of a genus that includes many pathogenic kinds that cause pus formation, esp. in the skin and mucous membranes) + staff (all the people employed by a particular organization)

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COMMENTS:

very creative - Jabberwocky, 2009-06-19: 13:41:00

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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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Birohazard

Created by: tmcg5625

Pronunciation: by-row-haz-ard

Sentence: "The guy who sits next to me must have Ebola or something. He's oozing out of everywhere and he's still showing up every day! Sooner or later i'm gonna get whatever he's got. He's a total birohazard so i gotta resign dude."

Etymology: Biro- ball point pen. common office utensil Hazard- general threat to one's general well-being Biohazard- Biological iteration of aforementioned threat.

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COMMENTS:

Love your word, tmcg! - Nosila, 2008-05-07: 01:56:00

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Jobsicksess

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: job/sick/sess

Sentence: John is a workaholic determined to become CEO before he's forty. He comes to work no matter his illness. This lends to his rising star success, but to his co-workers, John's jobsicksess means they'll probably catch the swine flu, or other disease from him.

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

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COMMENTS:

Sicksessful word! - Nosila, 2009-06-19: 13:03:00

good one - Jabberwocky, 2009-06-19: 13:40:00

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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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Infecticide

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: in-fekt-eh-side

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

Etymology: Blend of 'infect' (to pass germs along) and the suffix '-cide' (to kill)

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Dahgerminator

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: duh-JERM-in-ayt-ehr

Sentence: A determined and dedicated worker, Alfonse would show up at work even when sick as a dog with serious ailments and his coworkers had given him the title 'Dahgerminator' since he often put other workers out of work on many occasions by spreading his germs.

Etymology: Dopey inference to The Terminator.

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COMMENTS:

Hasta La Visectomy, Baby! - Nosila, 2009-06-20: 11:36:00

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Deadicated

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: ded ick ay ted

Sentence: He was so deadicated he to emptying ths in-tray, that he managed to clear out the entire department as well

Etymology: dedicated, dead

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COMMENTS:

artr With enough deadication you can continue to work after you die. Sort of a coasting effect. - artr, 2010-07-08: 11:57:00

Deadicated...that's why they call computers "terminals"! - Nosila, 2010-07-09: 00:35:00

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Inconfectious

Created by: daniellegeorge

Pronunciation: In-con-feck-shus

Sentence: Mike is such an inconfectious worker. He's had that cough for 2 days and blames it on IT when people start dropping like flies.

Etymology: Inconsiderate; infectious

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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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