Verboticism: Bandagony

'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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Depilatorture

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: dih-pil-uh-tawr-cher

Sentence: Most people subscribe to the "yank it off quickly" technique when it comes to removal of fur-laden band-aids. Slow removal is considered depilatorture.

Etymology: depilatory (a mild liquid or cream that will temporarily removing unwanted hair from the body) + torture (the act of inflicting excruciating pain, as punishment or revenge, as a means of getting a confession or information, or for sheer cruelty)

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Bandache

Created by: docholiday

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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: hair + harrow + ing

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Agonistick

Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: A-gon-is-stik

Sentence: Dave was such a big baby, when Lisa offered to rip his plaster off for him he sat down and made such a fuss she had to shout at him to sit still. But he kept on fidgeting as he remembered how agonistick it was the last time he had to do it, he pulled out so much hair it took weeks to grow back.

Etymology: Agony(extreme suffering) ORIGIN Greek agonia from agon 'contest' + Stick (adhere or cause to adhere) = Agonistick

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LOVE this one! - lumina, 2008-07-29: 15:13:00

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Hairror

Created by: toadstool57

Pronunciation: hair-or

Sentence: David screamed in sheer hairror as Jill tore the band aid from his arm, pulling hair and skin too.

Etymology: hair/tear/terror

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Ripillatory

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: rip ill a toree

Sentence: Gavin was such a big baby about anything medical. No wonder men didn't have the babies or the human race would have died out long ago. He fainted at the sight of blood, so Blood Bank donations were nightmares for him. The way he told it, getting a blood test was a major psychological drama for him. He'd had no choice...doctor's orders. Get that blood test or else! Gavin summoned what little courage he had and had the blood work done. He pressed the cotton ball on the spot and when it was deemed safe, the nurse put a bandage on the afflicted area. He was told in an hour he could remove the bandage. Sure enough, an hour later, he talked his wife into gently please removing the bandaid. Naturally, the revenge she felt for all his crybaby acts was strong, so she pulled it off fast and nasty. The ripillatory agony he experienced was only surpassed by the phone call from the lab, saying they'd accidentally dropped his blood vials and he would have to return in the morning for retests! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

Etymology: rip (to tear or be torn violently;the act of rending or splitting something) & ill (an often persistent bodily disorder or disease; a cause for complaining)& depilatory (something used to remove hair;able to remove hair or render hairless)

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metrohumanx Ripping yarn, Nosila...I like the way you worked the revenge angle in...LOL - metrohumanx, 2008-07-29: 01:54:00

Bloody ripping yarn. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-07-30: 05:45:00

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Skinjure

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: skin-jure

Sentence: Sara wasn't trying to skinjure Fred when she pulled the bandaid off his arm; however, he still cried like a girl when she touched him. Even though he was 35 years old, he still feared owies so she wisely kept a smiley face sticker in her purse for just such an occasion and rewarded him for being so brave.

Etymology: skin: outer layer of the body + injure: to cause pain or physical harm

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COMMENTS:

artr Why do we always laugh when grown men act like little girls? - artr, 2009-12-30: 06:40:00

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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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Skinflagration

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: skin-fleh-GRAY-shun

Sentence: Hector yelled with the pain he felt across his skin as the large piece of tape was yanked off, calling it a skinflagration, as the sensation of burning was so intense.

Etymology: Blend of 'skin' and 'conflagration'. (fire; especially: a large disastrous fire)

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Adhellsivex

Created by: ohwtepph

Pronunciation: ad-hel-see-veks

Sentence: Oh, the adhellsivex! I'd rather be thrown into a pit of corrosive syphilis and die of its non-existence.

Etymology: adhesive [basically, anything with a sticky surface] + HELL! + vex

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