Verboticism: Excrucifilamentectomy

'Aaaaahhhh! AAAAAHHHHHH!'

DEFINITION: n. The horrible pain that comes from pulling a bandage off of hairy skin. v. To inflict pain or injure when removing a bandage.

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Follachele

Created by: jadenguy

Pronunciation: FALL ake ul

Sentence: Applying wax in ways that would make a sailor blush, Susan readied herself for the upcoming battle; her suit's responsiveness was proportinal surface area and sensor density so much that a few dozen square microns could be the difference between victory and absolute submission. Her follachele screams could be heard by in the mess hall.

Etymology: Follicle + Ache

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COMMENTS:

When I first read your word I pronounced it with a yell at the end which would be appropriate in this situation - Jabberwocky, 2007-06-06: 11:34:00

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Hairahurtin

Created by: kymar

Pronunciation: hair-a-hurtin

Sentence: I knew the cut had healed, and it was time for the dreaded pull...and the hairahurtin.

Etymology: hair, hurts!

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Hairrowing

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: hair/row/ing

Sentence: The ripping off of that bandage was a most hairrowing experience.

Etymology: HAIRROWING - HAIR + HARROW (To inflict great distress, or torment on) + ING

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COMMENTS:

perfect! - lumina, 2008-07-29: 12:24:00

Hairroic effort, Stevenson0! - Nosila, 2008-07-29: 17:21:00

metrohumanx Very clean! - metrohumanx, 2008-07-30: 01:18:00

metrohumanx Very clean! - metrohumanx, 2008-07-30: 01:18:00

Very good. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-07-30: 05:42:00

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Hairgony

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: hair-GUH-nee

Sentence: On a dolometer hairgony registers from about 10 dols for the removal of a bandaid to 110+ dols for the removal of plaster from a hairy fractured arm or leg.

Etymology: Blend of HAIR & AGONY.

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Follikill

Mrgoodtimes

Created by: Mrgoodtimes

Pronunciation: Fol - ah - kill

Sentence: Luigi didn't think twice about the band-aid on his upper lip til it was too late. His 5 o'clock shadow was well past 10 o'clock and the follikill was not going to be pretty.

Etymology: Follicle - Kill (as in death to the nerve ending associated with the cavity)

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Follicalamity

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: follik - kalam - ety

Sentence: Jesse suffered a follicalamity of epic proportions when Genevieve ripped off his bandage.

Etymology: follicle, calamity

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COMMENTS:

Folliche'sajollygoodfellow! - Nosila, 2009-12-31: 00:19:00

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Suffuring

Created by: lauramy

Pronunciation: suh-fer-ing

Sentence: When the bandage was removed, the was no buffering the suffuring.

Etymology: suffering + fur

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Plasterip

Created by: serendipity9000

Pronunciation: plaz-ter-rip

Sentence: Even though he braced himself, the plasterip he felt when she yanked of his bandaid made him yell.

Etymology: plaster (british name for band-aids) + rip (what happens to the hair when it gets yanked from your skin by the band-aid being removed)

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Agonyandexplasty

Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: a/gony/and/ex/plasty

Sentence: Oh the agonyandexplasty of ripping a plaster off a hairy arm

Etymology: agony and ecstacy + plaster

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Epilagony

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: epəlagənē

Sentence: The screaming and crying coming from the doctors examination room made those waiting for their appointment quite uncomfortable. Finding that the noise was coming from a 40-year-old man undergoing the epilagony of a Band-aid removal made more than a few snicker.

Etymology: epilation (removal of hair by the roots) + agony (extreme physical or mental suffering)

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