Verboticism: Lactoshui

'The seat broke, so I made a new one...'

DEFINITION: n. The creative, yet blatantly illegal use of plastic milk crates, and the latent fear of prosecution associated with this alleged crime. v. To create and build home furnishings using stolen milk crates.

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Crascandalate

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: cruh-scan-all-ate

Sentence: Josh was arrested for crascandalating and theft with a deadly glass of milk.

Etymology: crate + scandal

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Milkcrateratorator

Created by: amylynn242

Pronunciation: Milk-crater-ator-ator

Sentence: The seat i was sitting on cracked so i got my handy dandy milkcrateratorator. It looks like a milk crate only it it electric and whips you bottem for you. it's the PERFECT thing to replace your toilet seat!

Etymology: Milk-crater-ator-ator

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Crateblanche

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: crat - blan - sh

Sentence: David went around acting as if he had crateblanche to steal and use milk crates. He blatently used them as furniture, totes and even in the artwork that he exibited in craft fairs.

Etymology: Crate and Play on Carte Blanche (complete authority to act)

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COMMENTS:

wonderful - Jabberwocky, 2009-04-03: 12:30:00

funtastic! - silveryaspen, 2009-04-04: 09:02:00

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Blactosemarket

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: blak tose mar ket

Sentence: Eddy Jones likes living on the edge. He likes to think his middle name is Danger, but it is actually Howard. Eddy recycles milk crates and makes them into other objects and sells them. Anyday now he could be caught with crate freight, by the police who he calls Crate Watchers. He is working the blactosemarket very successfully. His latest project is coffins, air-conditioned ones. He markets them as The Crateful Dead.

Etymology: Black Market (an illegal market in which goods or currencies are bought and sold in violation of rationing or controls)& Lactose (a sugar comprising one glucose molecule linked to a galactose molecule; occurs only in milk)

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Decorcrating

Created by: Nuwanda

Pronunciation: de-core-crate-ing

Sentence: Everyone who stopped by my studio apartment felt the need to comment on my decorcrating. And you could always tell the recent visitors by the telltale grid imprints on their behinds after spending some time on my milk crate bar stools. These beauties were milk crates turned upside down and mounted on heavy duty orange construction cones. Very classy.

Etymology: Decor and decorating modified to include crate.

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COMMENTS:

Good word and you should be on HGTV! - Nosila, 2009-04-03: 23:30:00

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Crativity

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: kray tiviteeee

Sentence: His crativity was never really understood in his lifetime. It was a tragic case.

Etymology: creativity, crate

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Pilforudderapplicrapt

metrohumanx

Created by: metrohumanx

Pronunciation: PILL-fer-UDDer-APP-lick-RAPT

Sentence: He scoffed at warnings on the side… And built his carport ten CRATES wide. Dairy agents came one day- The lacto-squad took him away… A prairie compound ring’d with wire- Would be his home till he’d expire! To inmates now he must adapt… He’s PILFORUDDERAPPLICRAPT. Despondent now he seeks a noose- Life is not life without moo juice.

Etymology: PILfer+FOR+UDDER(other)+APPLIcation+CRap+APT= PILFORUDDERAPPLICRAPT..... PILFER: steal ; especially : to steal stealthily in small amounts and often again and again;Middle French pelfrer, from pelfre booty [1548].....FOR: preposition-used as a function word to indicate purpose; Middle English, from Old English; akin to Latin per through, prae before, pro before, for, ahead, Greek pro, Old English faran to go.....UDDER(other):a large pendulous organ consisting of two or more mammary glands enclosed in a common envelope and each provided with a single nipple;Middle English, from Old English ūder; akin to Old High German ūtar udder, Latin uber, Greek outhar, Sanskrit ūdhar.....OTHER(udder): disturbingly or threateningly different ;Middle English, from Old English ōther; akin to Old High German andar other, Sanskrit antara.....APPLICATION:a use to which something is put; Middle English applicacioun, from Latin application-, applicatio inclination, from applicare .....CRAP: Something clearly inferior; British dialect crap, craps residue from rendered fat, from Middle English crappe, perhaps from Old French crappe chaff, residue, from Medieval Latin crappa.....APT: unusually fitted or qualified; Middle English, from Latin aptus, literally, fastened, from past participle of apere to fasten; akin to Latin apisci to grasp, obtain, apud near, Hittite ḫap- to attach.

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Metro, my dear...Have you Welsh blood in you...at 20 letters long, your words oft times remind me the Welsh names like Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyll-llantysiliogogogoch This is the name of a town in North Wales. The name translates as "The church of St. Mary in the hollow of white hazel trees near the rapid whirlpool by St. Tysilio's of the red cave" in Welsh, has long claimed the fame of having the longest name in the world. - Nosila, 2009-04-03: 23:45:00

metrohumanx Actually, i DO have a Welsh cousin...d'ya think that's a possibile metrolink? - metrohumanx, 2009-04-04: 00:27:00

metrohumanx First time i've seen a Hittite etymology. - metrohumanx, 2009-04-04: 00:29:00

LOL I'm French,Welsh,German,Irish :) We must be long cyllabalistic people Metro! LOL :) - abrakadeborah, 2009-04-04: 02:12:00

Breathing exercises are needed when you go for the long-'win'ded words! - silveryaspen, 2009-04-04: 09:17:00

Yep that's for sure and often misunderstood :) You're Grrrrrrrrreat! - abrakadeborah, 2009-04-17: 03:53:00

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Illisitupon

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: illicit-a-pon

Sentence: Lily's crativity resulted in a booming business for illisitupons. They were not very comfortable and left an awful pattern on legs and bottoms, but they had become so fashionable that she was running a thriving online shop. Only trouble, was she had to keep changing hosts and addresses to avoid prosecution by the dairy co.

Etymology: illicit (illegal) + sit upon

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COMMENTS:

nice - galwaywegian, 2009-04-03: 08:46:00

moovelous - Jabberwocky, 2009-04-03: 12:36:00

Bully for her! - Nosila, 2009-04-03: 23:38:00

Definitely one of the butt-er (better) sentences! Your word is Exceptional! - silveryaspen, 2009-04-04: 09:09:00

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Cratedenza

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: crate/den/za

Sentence: Sam built a beautiful cratedenza in the dining room and filled it with antique glass.

Etymology: crate + credenza

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mrskellyscl nice one - mrskellyscl, 2009-04-03: 11:10:00

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Dairegret

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: dair-ee-gret

Sentence: James knows that it is not legal to use milk cartons for his own purposes. He doesn't let his dairegret stop him from having a bookcase that covers an entire wall of his apartment made of these ubiquitous cubes.

Etymology: dairy (of or relating to the production of milk and milk products) + regret (o feel sorrow or remorse)

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