Verboticism: Lemonaide

'You've done such a good job emptying your beer bottles.'

DEFINITION: v., To imply that person is usually unhelpful when asking for their assistance. n., An unwilling, unproductive and uninhibitedly useless helper.

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Created by: bigdude1o1




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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: comp - luh - muh - lyn

Sentence: Marjorie was always frustrated with Brad because of his refusal to look for a job and she took every opportunity to complimalign him when she asked for help with a task.

Etymology: Blend of compliment and malign

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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: pro/kras/tin/aid

Sentence: Jim was a procrastinaide, full of good intentions but unable to get anything done.

Etymology: procrastinate (dawdle, defer) + aide


i love that word! - pungineer, 2007-10-19: 15:05:00


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Created by: MrDave2176

Pronunciation: pro-CRAHS-ti-nag / ap-a-THEH-tro-pist

Sentence: Maddy procrastinagging drove Thomas to finally confront the fact that he was a apathethropist and he vowed he would get right to reversing it...tomorrow.

Etymology: v: procrati(nate) + nag n: apathy + philanthropist (one who gives unselfishly)

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: dis-ri-kwest

Sentence: Jane's boyfriend isn't the best at helping around the house. In fact, her pet name for him is Sloth. Her disrequest for help most often includes a dig that is designed to shame him into action. It rarely works.

Etymology: disrespect/dis (regard or treat with contempt or rudeness) + request (the act of asking for something to be given or done)

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Created by: DrWebsterIII

Pronunciation: 'slak ee

Sentence: Rhonda sure knew how to pick 'em! Another boyfriend who was a useless slackey , who could barely lift a finger to helm himself, let alone Rhonda, with the exception a lifting a beer to his lips!

Etymology: slacker (shirker, loafer, lazybones, bum) + lackey (servant, footman, man/gal Friday)

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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: dally-hint-ask

Sentence: Bruno was tired of his mother dallyhintasking, but he was too apathetic to get off the couch. He was a solicishirk, and many had insinulazed that he was incompethindrance.

Etymology: dally + hint + ask + task

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: cowtch-slouch

Sentence: Jeremy rarely lifted a finger to help with anything or to fend for himself, and made no effort to suggest that he was anything but a dedicated couchslouch.

Etymology: Blend of 'couch' (divan or sofa) and 'slouch' (n. one that is unimpressive; especially: a lazy or incompetent person)

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: gōfərlōfər

Sentence: When Harry hired his nephew as an office assistant, he thought he would get some much-needed help. What he got was a goferloafer. Where Harry saw somebody to run errands, the nephew saw the insides of his eyelids.

Etymology: gofer (a person who runs errands) + loafer (a person who idles time away)

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: no sis tant

Sentence: When Gayle had married Larry, he had been all flowers and candy, willing to do whatever to please and help her around the home. Fivew years and two children later,apparently the honeymoon is over, because he is now her nosistant. All he seems capable of doing is drinking, sleeping and not clearing up after himself. Larry better watch out, as Gayle is going to figure out how to get a refund on him. She lost a husband and gained another child somewhere along the way.

Etymology: No (negative, not) & Assistant (helper, aide)

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