Verboticism: Hissplacement

'Don't kitty me!'

DEFINITION: v. To collect all the emotional energy you receive from one person, and then share it with the very next person you meet. n. Emotional transference.

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Emofection

Created by: allwise

Pronunciation: e-mo-fek-shon

Sentence: After being dumped by a post-it this morning, Kate has emofected everyone around with her foul mood.

Etymology: I would prefer emotional Infection, or a latin emopatheogenic maybe, but emofection was more naturally understandable.

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COMMENTS:

petaj emoflection would have been good too -- emotion + deflect - petaj, 2007-01-05: 20:19:00

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Emollector

IHeartKiwiTarts

Created by: IHeartKiwiTarts

Pronunciation: "ee-moe-leck-tour"

Sentence: I am a totally emollector

Etymology: emotion + collector emollector yay!

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Vamdump

Created by: Mechans

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Emotedump

Created by: Carole

Pronunciation: ee motey dump

Sentence: Cecil was completely floored by the vehemence of Conny's latest emotedump.

Etymology: emote/ emotion. dump/ drop, let go of load.

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Transapplicate

Created by: seifip

Pronunciation: transapplicate

Sentence: I have transapplicated my feeling on him... He just reminded me of my lazy cat!

Etymology: trans + applicate

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Scharblitz

Created by: Acostell

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Bittershed

Created by: Maureen

Pronunciation: bit - ter - shed

Sentence: After the boss bawled me out I bittershed my angst on to the delivery boy.

Etymology: Bitter - characterized by intense animosity. Shed - to get rid of.

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Moodswapping

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: mood - swa - ping

Sentence: Terry was an expert at moodswapping. He would get into an argument with his boss and take it out on his wife. After a wonderful day with his wife, he would be nice to the checkout clerk at the store and so on.... He always carried the most recent interaction on to the next person.

Etymology: mood, swapping

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Transferlament

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: trans-FER-leh-ment

Sentence: Whenever Sally was hit with negative emotions from her interactions with her mother, which was a very frequent occurrence, she would transferlament, laying all her tears and woes on her boyfriend Frankie.

Etymology: Bland of 'transfer' (to shift something or someone from one place to another) and 'lament' (to feel, show, or express grief, sorrow, or regret)

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Vilesharing

Created by: maxxy

Pronunciation: VYL-share-ing

Sentence: Jim's wife knew whenever he had a bad day at work; he started up vilesharing as soon as he got home.

Etymology: vile + filesharing

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