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Created by: TJayzz
Pronunciation: Nab-a mok-er
Sentence: Joe thought it was hilarious to make fun of the boss in front of his workmates, that was until everyone went totally silent. When he turned round to discover his boss staring at him he felt like a complete nabbamocker.
Etymology: Nab(to catch,(a wrong-doer) + Mocker(someone who mocks) = Nabbamocker
Created by: Stevenson0
Sentence: In our office, which has toxic management, beraternization of the boss is the only way we get through the day. It definitely builds team spirit with my colleagues when we beraternize about the "evil one".
Etymology: BERATERNIZE - verb - from BERATE (to chide vehemently; to rebuke) + FRATERIZE (to associate with others in a brotherly, or congenial way)
Created by: thebbass
Sentence: YOU: "Major calamity just now. Mark and I were in Leonard's office, and Mark was showing me all the Cubans in Leonard's humidor. Mark was all "Our boss has more money than brains!". He thought about stealing some of the cigars, until he turned around and saw Leonard standing in the doorway." ME: "Ouch. Totally bossted."
Etymology: Busted (To get caught in a incriminating, shameful, or humiliating act) Boss (i.e, Bill Lumbergh)
Excellent! - Mustang, 2008-10-21: 22:57:00
Bossferessence! - Nosila, 2008-10-22: 01:19:00
Created by: xirtam
Sentence: Larry lampooched himself out of another job when his boss walked in to the breakroom and found Larry doing imitations of him in front of the other employees.
Etymology: Lampoon: To mock or ridicule. + Pooch: Slang - To blunder.
Created by: purpleartichokes
Sentence: It is not a good idea to bloopervise if your boss's last name is Trump.
Etymology: blooper, supervise, improvise
That's it! A blooper aimed at the supervisor...uh...or the Bloopervisor? - Mustang, 2007-11-23: 08:21:00
In my case, a snoopervisor... always asking me personal questions. - purpleartichokes, 2007-11-23: 09:00:00
Classic word -- love it! - Tigger, 2007-11-25: 18:54:00
Created by: Nuwanda
Sentence: Luke didn't feel his job offered him many perks, but one undeniable benefit was the feeling his co-workers gave him that he was the funniest guy in the office because he did the best impression of their dufus manager. Even after he was coldbossted by said dufus, Luke swaggered through the cube farm with confidence, winking and mugging at the giggling gaggle as he followed Ron to his office for a long lecture.
Etymology: Cold busted means being caught red-handed at doing something stupid. Altered to incorporate boss.
Created by: artr
Sentence: In an act of detaunt, Jesse performed his best impression of the boss firing one of his workers. He is convinced that he added to the camaraderie in the office and that people would have laughed if the boss hadn*t gotten to work early and taken over the performance for real.
Etymology: détente (the easing of hostility or strained relations) + taunt (a remark made in order to anger, wound, or provoke someone)