Verboticism: Blamhor

'You're melting my ice cream!'

DEFINITION: n. A person who blames their neighbors, coworkers, and/or parents for anything and everything that is wrong in the world. v. To lay blame on someone for something which is obviously beyond their control and influence.

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Ufauxism

green

Created by: green

Pronunciation: U fo ism

Sentence: This is just proof of your stupid ufauxism.

Etymology: You faux ism

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COMMENTS:

Very good word - OZZIEBOB, 2008-04-26: 19:12:00

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Raptionalize

Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: /RAP-shun-uh-liyz/

Sentence: Nothing was ever Doug's fault, and he would be the first one to admit that. He would raptionalize away any hint of blame for anything that went wrong, and he never hesitated to name a scapegoat for any conceivable problem. Doug made an art out of 'passing the buck'. Even when he was caught taking office supplies from the office, he blamed his parents for not spending enough time with him as a child, because, he explained, they were both workaholics.

Etymology: Rap - blame or punishment, especially for a crime (from Swedish, rapp "light blow" as in a rebuke) + Rationalize - to ascribe problems to causes that superficially seem reasonable and valid, but are actually unrelated (from Latin, ratiōnālis "reason")

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Guiltslinger

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: giltslingər

Sentence: Mary is quite the guiltslinger. Everything wrong with the world is the fault of everybody but her. She is all too happy to use her cigarette break to lay blame on anybody who should dare to use an aerosol product, or buy non-local produce. She writes a "How to be Green" newsletter which she delivers door-to-door in her Hummer.

Etymology: guilt (the fact of having committed a specified or implied offense or crime) + gunslinger (a man who carries a gun and shoots well)

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COMMENTS:

love the hummer reference - Jabberwocky, 2009-06-17: 16:01:00

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Blaminista

Created by: arrrteest

Pronunciation: Blay-min-eest-ah

Sentence: "I bet it's my fault you have a hangnail," Jeffry cried out in frustration. According to Christa the Blaminista, he was responsible for all that was wrong with their relationship.

Etymology: Blaming + ist, agent noun suffix, also used to indicate adherence to a certain doctrine or custom -- ista, from Sp. form, popularized in Eng. 1970s by names of Latin-American revolutionary movements.

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Lameblame

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: laim-blaim

Sentence: Gertrude came up with so many ridiculous reasons for her own failures that her friends began to label her tactics as lameblame, phony excuses that they knew even SHE couldn't believe.

Etymology: Blend of 'lame' (weak; inadequate; unsatisfactory; clumsy: a lame excuse) and 'blame' (to hold responsible; find fault with; censure)

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Faultypowers

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: fall tee pow urs

Sentence: Basil Fawlty is a faultypowers. He faultypowers his hotel guests for expecting too much from him, like sunny weather and decent food. He faultypowers his wife Sybil, his little nest of vipers, for his cynical world view, due to his prison camp of a marriage (she being the warden, of course and he the lifer). And mainly he faultypowers Manuel, his dogsbody, on everything and anything else that clouds his day, just because Manuel is from Barcelona and can never understand enough English to know he is to blame. In his own mind, nothing is ever Basil's fault. Luckily he has Sybil to constantly remind him that he is wrong about that, too!

Etymology: faulty (describes a situation where things are wrongly done; being responsible for errors or defects;gives reason to complain) & powers (in fluential persons; ability to act or make changes; superhuman skills) & for rhyming and reference, Fawlty Towers (popular British sitcom)

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I love Faulty Towers! - pieceof314, 2008-04-24: 11:30:00

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Stenchdiverter

Created by: jadespring

Pronunciation:

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Etymology: from german stinkfinger.

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Blaim

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: blll aym

Sentence: She was the consummate blaimer, the word sorry only ever left her lips if preceded by "you'll be" of followed by "I ever met someone so incompetent". It was probably hereditary.

Etymology: Blame. Aim.

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COMMENTS:

good one, galwaywegian...have met her! - Nosila, 2008-04-24: 21:30:00

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Beliebelame

Created by: leedit

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Beliebelaming behavior can be symptomatic of poor self esteem and diminished synaptic activity.

Etymology: Original form, "belible", was more common in the first half of the 20th century; additional syllable is a more recent etymological development.

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Blamhor

Moonstar

Created by: Moonstar

Pronunciation: Blam-hore

Sentence: Tina was a sweet girl, but when that Blamhor idiot Gretchen spilled red wine all over her brand new wedding dress, then blamed Tina for making her do it, Tina snapped, chasing her round the room in her soiled dress on her big day.

Etymology: Blame, as in to place blame + Whore, as in prostitute or manwhore.

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