Verboticism: Slobidle

'You've done such a good job emptying your beer bottles.'

DEFINITION: v., To imply that person is usually unhelpful when asking for their assistance. n., An unwilling, unproductive and uninhibitedly useless helper.

Create | Read

Already Voted

Vote not counted. We have already counted two anonymous votes from your network. If you haven't voted yet, you can login and then we will count your vote.


You still have one vote left...


Created by: astorey

Pronunciation: fak-NO-tum

Sentence: Jeremy moved into his sister's basement will all sorts of earnest promises to help around the house, but, after a mere three days, he showed himself for what he truly was...a factnotum. No dishes, no garbage, no laundry, no dog-walking--facts that Melissa took to noting sarcastically each day as she waded through Jeremy's detritus in the living room.

Etymology: Factotum: A person employed to to a variety of jobs, combined with "no"

Vote For | Comments and Points


Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: uh/sist/kant

Sentence: Because of family politics and pressures, I had to hire my useless, lazy, out-of-work again cousin as my assistcant.

Etymology: assistant + can't

Vote For | Comments and Points


Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: bum-plore

Sentence: I bumplored for his slothsistance, but all I received was a guttural belch.

Etymology: bum, implore

Vote For | Comments and Points



Created by: polopony

Pronunciation: dead + wait + ist

Sentence: Josh was such a deadwaitist that Sheila knew he would procrastinate permanently rather than perform any task.

Etymology: Dead (non functional) Wait (procrastinate) -Ist (individual)

Vote For | Comments and Points


Created by: radiogirl

Pronunciation: LEIZI/kju:z

Sentence: She went on lazycusing me all summer. I don't get it, why does a Cristmas tree in the flat bother her so much?

Etymology: lazy + accuse


Batavier Cuse... I thought it would be from excuse. :) - Batavier, 2007-10-05: 10:23:00


Vote For | Comments and Points


Created by: bigdude1o1




Vote For | Comments and Points



Created by: artr

Pronunciation: sloth-AR-jik

Sentence: If John was any more slothargic he would require dusting. His girlfriend had gotten into the habit of selecting his cloths for him so that he would match the color scheme of the couch pillows.

Etymology: sloth (reluctance to work or make an effort; laziness) + lethargic (affected by lethargy; sluggish and apathetic)


Like it! - TJayzz, 2008-09-05: 13:19:00

very descriptive - Jabberwocky, 2008-09-05: 13:35:00

good word - OZZIEBOB, 2008-09-08: 19:39:00


Vote For | Comments and Points


Created by: Daneslarue

Pronunciation: Dee - Lump - E- Cant

Sentence: He is such a delumpicant! I can't get him to do anything!

Etymology: Lump - Useless, lazy "I can't" - not willing to do any chores

Vote For | Comments and Points



Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: hin-drayed

Sentence: Despite an excellent pay packet, the hindraide avoided all tasks that involved raising his heart rate.

Etymology: hindrance + aide

Vote For | Comments and Points


Created by: Scrumpy

Pronunciation: sluhg-toos

Sentence: Ken was a slugtuse person, even unwilling to help carry his weekly supply of pork rinds into the house.

Etymology: slug + obtuse


funny - Jabberwocky, 2007-10-05: 10:53:00


Vote For | Comments and Points

Show All or More...