Verboticism: Disdreamay

'I wish that girl would talk to me...'

DEFINITION: v. To get what you wished for, but not exactly what you wanted. n. A wish come true that's a total let down.

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Erislapped

elstiko

Created by: elstiko

Pronunciation: Air-Iss-L-appe-d

Sentence: After praying for relief form the drought, Mark was erislapped by torrential rains which destroyed his entire village.

Etymology: Slapped by Eris

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elstiko baloney! - elstiko, 2006-12-13: 23:12:00

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Wishysquashy

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: wishēskwäshē

Sentence: Wendel and Joanne are almost a perfect couple. Every time he presents one of his wishywashy ideas she is all too willing to give it a wishysquashy treatment. Should he ask for a back rub, she will give him one that leaves him with such a backache that he wishes he had never asked.

Etymology: wishy-washy (feeble or insipid in quality or character; lacking strength or boldness) + squash (firmly reject)

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Fajeshot

Created by: neoss

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Stubsidy

Created by: deadpanwalking

Pronunciation: STUB-sid-ee

Sentence: When I saw that my raise just barely qualified me for a higher tax bracket, I thanked my boss for the stubsidy.

Etymology: Stub + Subsidy

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Dreamsink

Created by: Koekbroer

Pronunciation: dreem-sing-k

Sentence: Doug wanted her so bad but it turned out to be a total dreamsink as soon as she opened her mouth.

Etymology: dream + heatsink (a heatsink dissipates heat)

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Geniusfooled

Created by: labareda

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Foolfilment

Created by: babel

Pronunciation: fool-fill-ment

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Mishwish

Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: mish-wish

Sentence: Jonny was playing his song on the street corner when he closed his eyes and mishwished for a huge hit. The last thing he heard was a roar and screech, which he imagined as a crowd of fans. Unfortunately, it was a cement truck and it didn't stop until it hit the wall behind him.

Etymology: mistaken wish

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Snarecastle

Created by: kateinkorea

Pronunciation: SNARE cass el

Sentence: I got caught in another snarecastle in the grocery store when I saw a beautiful woman looking at me and then after I smiled at her, realized she thought I worked in the store.

Etymology: SNARE: trap AIRCASTLE" head in the clouds, dreams, fantasies

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Disdreamay

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: diss-dreem-may

Sentence: She couldn't wait to get her new Ken doll for Christmas but suffered much disdreamay when she discovered that he had plastic hair and not flowing real hair like Barbie.

Etymology: dismay (thwarted, disappointed) + dream (wish, hope)

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