Verboticism: Opusaphobic

'Mommy, is Daddy playing dead again?'

DEFINITION: v. To be physically overcome by a sudden illness, disability, or even death when asked to participate in unrewarding activities -- like work, or household chores. n. A person who gets sick when asked to work.

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Chorennui

Created by: boutros9

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Unreworcoleptic

Created by: Windyo

Pronunciation: Un/weur/ko/lep/tic

Sentence: This person in unreworkoleptic... He can't even hear of unrewarding activites without fainting.

Etymology: Base of "un", mixed with "work" arranged with a C rather than a K, and "leptic" comes from "narcoleptic" ^^

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Errandeath

Created by: LadyJaffa

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Lazick

lebeast

Created by: lebeast

Pronunciation: lay-zick

Sentence: After learning she had to cook for 234 guests that evening, she became very lazick, and unable to complete the task at hand.

Etymology: lazy+sick

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Unenthuscious

Created by: beast

Pronunciation: un-en-too-she-ious

Sentence: That guy fell into unenthuscious at work yesterday.

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Taskophobia

Created by: hvhtim

Pronunciation: tas-co-FO-be-ah

Sentence: taskophobia struck as soon as dishes were mentioned.

Etymology: task, -phobia

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Aworkvoid

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: ah-werk-voyd

Sentence: Whenever big projects were on deck and his boss began to assign work, he began to plan his aworkvoid strategy. The next day he would announce to the team that he had strep throat, H1N1, and pneumonia all at once. Thus the 5 week absence began. Obviously when he came back to work all the projects were complete.

Etymology: avoid + work

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Fludiddle

Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: flew-diddle

Sentence: I get the fluddidle every weekend when my wife asks me to clean up the yard.

Etymology: flu-do-diddle

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Atrophlump

Created by: contender1

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Dormantosis

Created by: watts76

Pronunciation: door-man-toe-sis

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Etymology: dormant = inactive, resting, hidden

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