Verboticism: Ailsperson

'Don't worry, it's snot on your files.'

DEFINITION: v. To be so hardworking and dedicated to your job that you come to work even when you're sick and dangerously infectious. n. A person who comes to work sneezing, coughing, contagious, and sick as a dog.

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Sycophanatic

Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Sikko-fan-a-tik

Sentence: Even though Jack had the worst bout of flu he had ever had in his life, nothing was going to stand in his way when it came to going to work. His workmates were not impressed and told him he was being sycophanatic, spreading his germs around the office.

Etymology: Syc(sick, not well) Sychophant(creeping in a servile way) Phanatic(fanatic, to be obsessed with something,ie going to work)

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Deadicated

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: ded ick ay ted

Sentence: He was so deadicated he to emptying ths in-tray, that he managed to clear out the entire department as well

Etymology: dedicated, dead

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COMMENTS:

artr With enough deadication you can continue to work after you die. Sort of a coasting effect. - artr, 2010-07-08: 11:57:00

Deadicated...that's why they call computers "terminals"! - Nosila, 2010-07-09: 00:35:00

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Typephoidmary

Created by: bookowl

Pronunciation: tipe/foyd/mary

Sentence: Typephoidmary is the office manager and spreads her germs to every corner of the office.

Etymology: Typhoid Mary + type

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COMMENTS:

Very clever. - Tigger, 2008-05-07: 22:15:00

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Dupopar

Created by: tyler775

Pronunciation: /doo* poe * par/

Sentence: Joe is such a dupopar; he comes to work even when he's sick with the flu.

Etymology: *du fom dur- Greek prefix for hard *poe from poie - Greek prefix for to make * par from part - French prefix for leave

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Birohazard

Created by: tmcg5625

Pronunciation: by-row-haz-ard

Sentence: "The guy who sits next to me must have Ebola or something. He's oozing out of everywhere and he's still showing up every day! Sooner or later i'm gonna get whatever he's got. He's a total birohazard so i gotta resign dude."

Etymology: Biro- ball point pen. common office utensil Hazard- general threat to one's general well-being Biohazard- Biological iteration of aforementioned threat.

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COMMENTS:

Love your word, tmcg! - Nosila, 2008-05-07: 01:56:00

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Employeebola

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: emp loii eee bow lah

Sentence: the employeebola flu from dest to desk, with germoronic zeal, passing documents and bodily fluids with an apostolic zeal.

Etymology: ebola employee

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COMMENTS:

terrific - sorry I didn't see this yeterday - Jabberwocky, 2008-05-08: 05:57:00

oops - yesterday - Jabberwocky, 2008-05-08: 05:57:00

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Colleaugie

Created by: stache

Pronunciation: kŏl'ŏŏg'ē

Sentence: Barton was nothing but a colleaugie; he sneezed as he entered Martina's cubicle, and his hand was too late to block the greenish projectile that splattered onto the far partition.

Etymology: Colleague who produces (or "horks") loogies.

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Ickgusting

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: ik-gust-ing

Sentence: Igor had a ickgusting way of sliming all over the office paperwork.

Etymology: ik- Something gross, a way of saying "ew". Gusting- taken in part of dis'gusting' - Highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust; "a disgusting smell"; "distasteful language"; "a loathsome disease"; "the idea of eating meat is repellent to me"; "revolting food"; "a wicked stench"

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Inconfectious

Created by: daniellegeorge

Pronunciation: In-con-feck-shus

Sentence: Mike is such an inconfectious worker. He's had that cough for 2 days and blames it on IT when people start dropping like flies.

Etymology: Inconsiderate; infectious

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Bloworker

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: blow-worker

Sentence: The bloworker sat down next to her at the meeting carrying tissues and cough drops, convinced that work would stop without his input. In spite of all her precautions, Eva knew that it was only a matter of time before she, too, would be hit by the flu because of this snotty, disgusting clod.

Etymology: blow (nose): expel nasal mucus (snot) through one's nostrils into a tissue or hankee + (co)worker: a fellow employee

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COMMENTS:

mrskellyscl Reminds me of some other germy creatures -- children who are sent to school sick because the parents don't have a babysitter. - mrskellyscl, 2009-06-19: 07:14:00

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