Verboticism: Perezsecute

Already Voted

Vote not counted. We have already counted two anonymous votes from your network. If you haven't voted yet, you can login and then we will count your vote.


Perezsecute

Thanks for voting! You have now used both of your votes today.

Ridicut

green

Created by: green

Pronunciation: rid- i- cut

Sentence: Jasmine could throw fashion ridicuts with such surgical precision her victim's were left speechless.

Etymology: ridicule cut

----------------------------
COMMENTS:

Sharp and nasty! - wordmeister, 2008-06-06: 14:13:00

Sounds painfully; but I like it. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-08: 19:06:00

----------------------------

| Comments and Points

Trivialies

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: tri vee a lize

Sentence: Their trivialies posted on FB and twitter grossly exaggerated any perceived "slip up" of the trivial, such as armpit hair-colouring. They desperately needed some real life experience in order to stop trivialying.

Etymology: From trivialize and lies.

----------------------------
COMMENTS:

They shouldn't trifle with trivialies! - Nosila, 2009-07-24: 11:11:00

----------------------------

| Comments and Points

Cococackle

Created by: scrabbelicious

Pronunciation: kəʊ kəʊ ˈkak(ə)l

Sentence: The catwalk was Molly's playground. Never on it, Molly was an observer who could not and would not curb her cococackling for any body,

Etymology: "CoCo" Chanel - pioneering French fashion designer - meets a raving lunatic squawking bird prone to "Cackle" - raucous clucking cry of a bird -

| Comments and Points

Cojocular

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: co/joe/kew/lar

Sentence: Tiffany and Vanessa were cojocular conjoined twins who lived to critique any and every fashion faux pas.

Etymology: cojo (famous fashion critic) + jocular (fond of teasing) + co (together with)

----------------------------
COMMENTS:

The only cojo I know had big teeth! Just like your conjoined cojos! Grrr! - wordmeister, 2008-06-06: 17:08:00

I think I would rather meet Cojo on a dark night. Good word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-08: 19:00:00

----------------------------

| Comments and Points

Fashionazi

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: fash - uh - NOT - zee

Sentence: Eva was a heartless fashionazi who couldn't resist tossing out blistering assessments of what she considered to be fashion blunders by others, especially those who were above her on the social registry.

Etymology: blend of 'fashion' and 'nazi'

| Comments and Points

Sorimom

Created by: Sabam

Pronunciation:

Sentence:

Etymology:

| Comments and Points

Fadger

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: fad/ger

Sentence: Jenny was a stuck up fashion bitch who loved to fadger anyone not wearing the latest in style fashion designer label.

Etymology: FADGER - verb - from FAD (a temporary fashion) + BADGER (to harass, pester, nag)

| Comments and Points

Sartoricist

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sar tori sist

Sentence: ChiChi & Fadima set themselves up as the two fashionistas in the accounting office. They set the trends and mocked those who did not. They were so vicious about it that the wags in the office dubbed them the Dresstapo. Fadima went too far when she ridiculed the new girl, Mensa, in payables. Mensa did not even try to compete in the office fashion Olympics and satoricist that she was, Fadima made fun of her at every opportunity. Wasn't she surprised when Mensa was promoted over her and ChiChi and made their new boss. Yes, accounting can be accrual world, even when you are trendy!

Etymology: Sartorial (of or relating to a tailor or to tailoring, clothing, appearance) & Satiricist (someone who ridicules with satire)

----------------------------
COMMENTS:

Mensa's got intelligent style! What will she do as their boss? -rise above? (Dresstapo - love it!) - splendiction, 2009-07-24: 16:33:00

----------------------------

| Comments and Points

Blowpas

Created by: simoneshin

Pronunciation:

Sentence:

Etymology:

| Comments and Points

Chafarique

Created by: PRINCESSkadi

Pronunciation: CHAV - A - RIKE

Sentence: call me CHAFARIQUE but isn't that girl a bit to funny looking to be at my party.

Etymology: Well its a bit of a kids thing to tease people hence the CHAV bit and the ARIKE it comes from a spanish word ~ (ariko/e) which means arrogant. So there is no better meaning .

----------------------------
COMMENTS:

i had loads of these women when i was in school and even now at work and thats what we call them here its the best non insulting word possible !! - PRINCESSkadi, 2008-06-08: 09:48:00

Great word- luv it. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-08: 18:55:00

----------------------------

Voted For! | Comments and Points

Show All or More...