Verboticism: Scaryfridgidairy

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Oldcuts

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: ōldkətz

Sentence: Julie knew it was time to throw away the oldcuts when they started producing their own mayonnaise. While she was at it she also disposed of the cheesapets.

Etymology: old (having lived for a long time; no longer young) + coldcuts (luncheon meats)

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COMMENTS:

so simple but so good - Jabberwocky, 2008-12-01: 13:04:00

metrohumanx Truncated meats are terrifying. Bravo! - metrohumanx, 2008-12-01: 13:56:00

simple word that says it all.... - mweinmann, 2008-12-02: 10:25:00

Fantastic - OZZIEBOB, 2008-12-03: 03:16:00

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Scaryfridgidairy

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: Skair - ee - frid - gid - air - ee

Sentence: Roscoe had a scaryfridgidairy dream that because he had not cleaned out his refigerator in several weeks, the dairy products had all become scary mutated beings. In the dream, he opened the door and was assaulted by moldy green cheese curd men with icicle swords. The smelly odor of curdled milk assaulted him and he turned to see menacing clots seeping out of his fridge and growing into large sour pools of white goo that were attempting to trap him and stick him to the floor. Even his beloved vanilla mocha chiller had taken form and was glaring at him in a creepy way. Last but not least, the potato salad was encrusted with some type of scaly green substance that had become “armor” and the whole container had formed The First Salad Regiment of the Refrigerator Army ready to do battle….

Etymology: Scary (frightening, intimidating, scary) + Fridge (short for refrigerator) + Also Fridgid (play on work frigid which means cold).... The word then ends with Dairy (foods that contain milk products)

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COMMENTS:

great word - rhyming is a bonus and always fun! - silveryaspen, 2008-12-01: 11:35:00

metrohumanx Oooooh- Spooky militaristic armies curdle my blood. As an ex-milkman, I shudder at the whole concept. Great job, M ! - metrohumanx, 2008-12-01: 13:54:00

Stephen King, you're not worthy...grest word and great ooky story! - Nosila, 2008-12-01: 21:49:00

Makes me think of green eggs....and killed my appetite for ham. - Mustang, 2008-12-02: 06:11:00

So very good - OZZIEBOB, 2008-12-03: 03:20:00

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Contamineats

karenanne

Created by: karenanne

Pronunciation: kun TAM in eats

Sentence: Ima Hogg decided it was probably time to clean out her refrigerator when the smell started to hit her. She went through and got rid of all the expired, decayed, bloated, fuzzy, and spoiled contamineats, which she did twice a year whether it needed it or not. It might have been the potatoes ughrotten or the fetid cheese, but something was definitely stinky in there.

Etymology: eats (slang for food) + contaminates

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COMMENTS:

They should call them refigerewwwterators - Nosila, 2010-04-21: 23:31:00

refrigewwwterators...ooops - Nosila, 2010-04-21: 23:31:00

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Fridgeridoo

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: frij-uh-ree-DOO

Sentence: When Bob and Roxie left for a six month holiday in The Outback, nothing could prepare them for the fridgeridoo that would await them on their return. For in their hurry to get on the road, they forgot to take from their fridge all sorts of beggar's banquets, including hashmagundi, spagbol, scrambled cackleberries and, worst of all, some very ripe durians.

Etymology: Blend of reFRIDGERATOR & DOO: sh*t in its slangly, general pejorative sense. HASHMAGUNDI: "everything & anything" kind of stew. DURIAN: Foul smelling, (perhaps the worst) but delicious tasting fruit from Indonesia.

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COMMENTS:

lol cool word ozziebob! Get's my vote. - Dougalistic, 2008-02-01: 05:57:00

Did the fridgeridoo play the didgeridoo? - Jabberwocky, 2008-02-01: 08:39:00

What a tune your beggar's banquet creations play in that fridgeridoo! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-01: 09:01:00

lol, I can just imagine the fridge waddling along the narrow hallway trying to make it to the loo in time! Nice word! - bananabender, 2008-02-03: 06:18:00

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Ptomainaters

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: to mayn ay ters

Sentence: Sarah entered her kitchen with trepidation. He was back, just like he promised the last time he had visited and terrorized her. She knew he was back because of the putrid odor. This time, he wasn't alone, he had brought reinforcements who were as evil as he. The sour milk, that very old potato salad, green meat and other items that would need a CSI Trace Analysis to determine their origin were pillaging her fridge. The minute her fridge door opened, it's vile rotting scent permeated the whole house. A mere disinfectant bath was not going to be enough to rid her this time of the Ptomainaters. She was going to have to get an Electroluxorcism or have an Amanadectomy to get the vile appliance out of her home. As the stainless steel coffin for the Ptomainaters was removed, Sarah heard that voice with the strange Austrian accent saying again, "Hasta La Vista, Baby...I'll be back!"

Etymology: Ptomaine (serious food poisoning due to bacterial putrefacation) & Terminators (someone who exterminates) & Ate (eaten)

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COMMENTS:

Whew! Now she needs to terminate his visits! Excellent verbotomy! - splendiction, 2010-04-21: 19:55:00

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Fermentriments

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: fur - MEN - truh - mentz

Sentence: When Sadie opened the fridge door the awful odor that emanated signaled a large quantity of fermentriments had taken over.

Etymology: Mix of fermented and nutriments

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COMMENTS:

Nice word combo! I hope my milk doesn't fermentriment!!! - Dougalistic, 2008-02-01: 05:58:00

Fermentriments are enough to drive me to drink! Interesting creation! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-01: 09:23:00

wow if i thought of that my head would explod.............................................................................kiding - purpleman, 2008-02-01: 14:59:00

kidding - purpleman, 2008-02-01: 14:59:00

Nice word! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-02: 16:42:00

Nice ring to it! - bananabender, 2008-02-03: 07:41:00

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Backhereia

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: bak heer ee ya

Sentence: The refrigerator was old, the paint chipped and the door handle had long since disintegrated. Upon prising the door open, the light no longer came on, but in the darkness you could hear the backhereia shuffling around and when your eyes became accustomed to the darkness you could make out its vaguely luminescent trail.

Etymology: bacteria, back here.

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COMMENTS:

very funny - kinda scary with a southern drawl - Jabberwocky, 2008-02-01: 08:37:00

It took me while to figure out why this word kept running through my mind ... is it related to diarrhea? Scared the crap out of me too! (silly grin!) - silveryaspen, 2008-02-01: 09:21:00

Your sentence reads like a horror novel, loved it. - sean30, 2008-02-01: 15:01:00

Great sentence; like the word alot! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-01: 15:34:00

all of the above!!! - purpleman, 2008-02-02: 12:47:00

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A chiller-thriller word... it evokes "they're ba-ack!" with a good measure of hysteria thrown in as well. Good one galwaywegian! - bananabender, 2008-02-03: 09:23:00

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Extraturkeyestrial

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: ex/tra/tur/key/es/tree/al

Sentence: There has been an extraturkeyestrial lurking in my fridge since Thanksgiving. It has now grown to twice it's original size and has changed colour but because of it's glow I'm saving money on a fridge light.

Etymology: extra turkey + extraterrestrial

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COMMENTS:

who's gobbling now hahahahaha. Great word - galwaywegian, 2008-02-01: 06:15:00

Roared with laughter ... evokes so many thoughts from given a whole new meaning to being Turksih or being a Turkey ... or even if there's a planet Turkey named after the country ... or it's people? This word boggles the imagination! I like it! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-01: 08:45:00

A great word - im sure ET looks nothing like the image you created!! - sean30, 2008-02-01: 15:05:00

I think it's time for it to turkey off! Crazy, creative word ! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-01: 15:43:00

You'd better put a lock on your fridge door or you could end up with an astral-nomical phone bill! Great word! - bananabender, 2008-02-03: 09:53:00

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Repastdue

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: re past doo

Sentence: Freda knew the minute she walked into her house that they were waiting for her. Without even looking she knew that the items in her fridge were repastdue. One instant of fridge door opening left a lingering unpleasant odor and no doubt in her mind. Dawning her version of a HAZMAT suit (gloves, mask,rubber boots, etc.) she bravely scooped the now mostly liquid contents into the waiting garbage bag. Bleachy hot water and a new baking soda box and she was ready to start the whole process all over again, after she went grocery shopping...

Etymology: Repast (a meal) & Past Due (overdue on the sell-by date;expired)

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Putridish

thegoatisbad

Created by: thegoatisbad

Pronunciation: pyu-tre-dish

Sentence: Not prone to scientific queries, the closest Kimberly came to having an interest in science was wanting to know exactly how long she could wait to clean out her fridge. "Just, hypothetically, let's say I have a friend," she started "with several putridishes in her refrigerator. Will those contaminate other things in her refrigerator?" Zinnia, who had minored in botany, answered "It all depends on the cultures. I would worry about growing mycotoxins." This answer terrified Kimberly.

Etymology: Putrid (rotten, foul) + Dish (plate of food) Sounds like "Petri Dish"

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COMMENTS:

And, whenever I try a bad recipe I manage to create a putridish to save in the frige (out of guilt) and then eventually throw away - good word. - splendiction, 2010-04-21: 19:46:00

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