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Created by: suzanne
Pronunciation: Boss + Ted
Sentence: When he heard her perfectly produce his drawling accent he walked in and bossted her.
Etymology: Boss - person who orders you around, and whom you obey in return for money. busted- to be caught very emphatically.
sin a bhfuil - suzanne, 2007-11-24: 20:19:00
Created by: metrohumanx
Sentence: Cynthia did an excellent impression of her boss, Pat. Her LAUGHODOOM won her the undying respect of her co-workers, a place in corporate legend, and a termination slip.
Etymology: laugh: to release tension by involuntary reaction to humor + doom: a certain and unpleasantly final, end.
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: berate + fraternize
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: artr
Sentence: With the office down in the dumps over falling sales figures, and the boss behind closed doors for meetings, Jill took on the role of jeerleader.
Etymology: jeer (make rude and mocking remarks, typically in a loud voice) + cheerleader (a person who leads cheers and applause)
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: artr
Sentence: Janice thought it was great fun to lampoon her boss for her coworkers. It was a sure way get a laugh. Her latest performance was not so warmly received by "Mr. So this is what you do when I'm not here". Though her show proved to be mockeriffic, she was somewhat regretful as she danced out the door in her pink slippers.
Etymology: mockery (an imitation, especially of a ridiculous or unsatisfactory kind) + riff (a reduction in the number of persons employed by a business) + terrific (extremely good; wonderful)
Created by: badsnudge
Sentence: Unaware of the two-way mirror, Debbie's nebutaunting of the produce manager, while resulting in her demotion and ultimately her dismissal, caused her popularity to boom amidst the bag-boys.
Etymology: neb (from nebbish, in this case a sissy produce manager) + debutant (one making a first appearance, in this case first appearance in showing one's ass) + taunt