Verboticism: Choriosis

'Mommy, is Daddy playing dead again?'

DEFINITION: v. To be physically overcome by a sudden illness, disability, or even death when asked to participate in unrewarding activities -- like work, or household chores. n. A person who gets sick when asked to work.

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Choriosis

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Workfarce

Created by: HowitzerKaboom

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Oporeraphobia

Created by: Empyreal

Pronunciation: oh-pore-er-a-fo-bee-a

Sentence: Oporereaphobia is the fear of work.

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Uberapatheticism

Created by: anacani

Pronunciation: uber- apathetic -ism

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Psychosomavoidance

Created by: lauramy

Pronunciation: sahy-koh-suh-muh-void-ns

Sentence: Every time he has to clean his room he gets a case of phychosomavoidance.

Etymology: psycho -- of the mind soma -- of the body avoidance -- the act of delaying

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Fatigusdomesticus

Hindolbittern

Created by: Hindolbittern

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Chorecoma

Created by: jsky20

Pronunciation: 'chor kO-m&

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Laziotic

Created by: AsianPCTTN09

Pronunciation: Lazy-otic.

Sentence: I asked him to help with cleaning the bathroom, but he became too damn laziotic.

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Possuming

Created by: LlamaMan

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Antichoreactinarianism

Created by: NIDWU

Pronunciation: Anti-Chore-Act-in-ar-ee-a-nism

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Rigoravoidis

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: rigərəvoidəs

Sentence: The old gang liked to get together for a dinner out about once a month. Whenever it came time to pay the bill Wesley seems to come down with a case of rigoravoidis, unable to bend his elbow enough to reach either the tabletop or his wallet.

Etymology: rigor mortis (stiffening of the joints and muscles of a body a few hours after death) + avoid (keep away from or stop oneself from doing something)

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Sounds like he wass checkcident prone! - Nosila, 2009-08-03: 23:01:00

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