Verboticism: Counsellerr

'You got the tattoo!?'

DEFINITION: n. Advice which is asked for, considered, and then promptly forgotten -- until it is too late. v. To ask for, listen to, and then reject or ignore advice.

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Fadmonition

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: fad mon ishun

Sentence: "So you would not take your Old Man's advice about the tattoos?", said her father. "No, Dad, your fadmonition was out of date advice. I love my tattoo of You need to get with the program!", responded Priscilla. She proudly showed off her shoulder with it's "Nickelback" Tattoo. "But Honey", said her father, "I warned you what happens when you age and the skin sags and shrinks and you realize that there's no fool like an old fool!" "Dad, at least my tattooist could spell right...the tattoo on your back side says "The Loin King"!

Etymology: Fad (an interest followed with exaggerated zeal) & Admonition (cautionary advice about something imminent (especially imminent danger))

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COMMENTS:

LOL...you did it! - readerwriter, 2009-04-27: 14:04:00

very funny - Jabberwocky, 2009-04-27: 15:28:00

Excellent word! Ha ha! "loin king" - splendiction, 2009-04-27: 20:12:00

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Caushun

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: cor-shen

Sentence: Foulia, consulted her mother for a caushunary tale on choosing a hairstyle for a job interview. The slimy looking green locks did not work to her advantage and she was shuffled out of the interview in less than 5 minutes.

Etymology: caution (warn) + shun (ignore)

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COMMENTS:

funny - Jabberwocky, 2009-04-27: 15:22:00

Good one, petaj...hair, hair! - Nosila, 2009-04-27: 22:52:00

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Solicadvicevade

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: sol-iss-add-vice-eh-vayde

Sentence: "Do as I say not as I do, you have solicadvicevaded me all your life young lady - now scrape that Jonas Brothers tattoo off right now - here is my belt sander!!"

Etymology: solicit (as in request or seek) + advice (suggestion) + evade (as in avoid or ignore)

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Wisdampen

fabdiva

Created by: fabdiva

Pronunciation: wiz-dam-pen

Sentence: Sarah was outraged when the new barista suggested that she substitute soy for milk in her morning latte. 'If I want your wisdampen, I'll ask for it', she barked.

Etymology: Wisdom - experience/knowledge. Dampen - throw cold water on.

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Fadmonishun

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: fad mon i shun

Sentence: Betsy had asked her aging old hipster dude of a Dad as to whether or not she should get a tattoo. He told her to learn from his misspent youth and forget about putting graffiti on her body. His fadmonition clearly fell on deaf ears. She returned home with a large tattoo of Justin Bieber's initials on her arm. Dad advised her the whole story about his tattoos. He too had honored his favourite bands with tattoos. KISS on his ring fingers;THE KINKS at the nape of his neck;SPINAL TAP on his backbone;ABBAdomen on his stomach;THE STONES you-know-where and just above his heart, GERRY & THE PACEMAKERS.

Etymology: Fad (an interest followed with exaggerated zeal;popular trend) & Admonition (cautionary advice about something imminent (especially imminent danger);a firm rebuke)& Shun (ignore;avoid and stay away from deliberately; stay clear of)

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Wasdom

Created by: NoveliBear

Pronunciation: Woz-dum

Sentence: "Everything you tell him is just going to end up wasdom. You're better off focusing your efforts on people that actually learn from what you tell them." "My mom told me not to buy a heart-shaped neckless for my girlfriend. That's the best piece of wasdom I've ever heard. I guess it's back to online dating..."

Etymology: This word has a different embedded meaning for the giver and receiver of wasdom. In the former, it is a combination of WASteD and WisDOM. For those who fail to heed the advice the meaning fits the words WAS and WiSDOM, meaning it had value, but is currently worthless information. It also sounds like a common utterance by both parties after an avoidable mistake leads to an unfortunate outcome: "That was dumb!"

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Advichuck

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: ad-veh-chuck(ed)

Sentence: Tiffany threw herself down on the bed. "Whatever!" Linda knew that this was the signal that she was now done listening. As usual, she totally advichucked her mother's opinions. "Honey, I thought we agreed -- no tatoos untill you're at least nine." "Besides, how do you know you're still going to like The Jonas Brothers when you're eleven?"

Etymology: advice: an admonition or opinion regarding one's action or conduct. + chuck: to toss or throw; disregard, (British slang--shut up)

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COMMENTS:

I guess we both know Tiffany pretty well! - readerwriter, 2009-04-27: 14:11:00

nice blend - Jabberwocky, 2009-04-27: 15:21:00

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Inknored

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: ink nord

Sentence: When Buffy asked her Pop if she should get a tattoo, he advised her against it. Afterall, he said, her tastes would change and she may regret it later. Imagine his surprise when his advice was inknored. Buffy came home with a wopping great rockband tattoo on her arm. Pop should have showed her his Twisted Sister tattoo on his buttock...

Etymology: Ink (tattoo) & Ignored (disregarded)

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Dissguidance

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: diss + gide + dans

Sentence: Natalie always practiced dissguidance by doing the opposite of what her friends and parents suggested; even though she asked for their advice. She would take up hours of their time, pleading with them to give her their counsel, concern and guidance; only to ignore anything they said.

Etymology: diss (diss, disrespect; to diss; to show disrespect or insult;), guidance (helping show the way, counselling, advice or giving direction), dance (an artistic form of nonverbal communication)

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COMMENTS:

sounds familiar - good word - Jabberwocky, 2009-04-27: 15:27:00

Really good word - so true. - splendiction, 2009-04-27: 20:14:00

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Counsellerr

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: kown sel ur

Sentence: her mother was the ultimate counseller and she was the ultimate counsellerr

Etymology: counsellerr=receive counsel and err any way

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