Verboticism: Destikneecapped

'The toast fell butter-side down.'

DEFINITION: n. The feeling you get when fate plays a stupid little trick on you, just to remind you that life isn't fair. v. To suddenly remember that you've been screwed by the powers that be.

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Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: lukety/doot/barba/trik

Sentence: Lucketydootbarbatrick - life's got me by the ..... again

Etymology: lickety-split barbatrick + luck + doot


Long live the Barbapapas - Jabberwocky, 2007-03-08: 12:20:00

Congratualations on the birth of their new born son Karmababa. - Stevenson0, 2007-03-08: 12:53:00


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Created by: beatriz

Pronunciation: but-er-li-fe

Sentence: after eating the bread of anxiety you can feel the butterlife in your stomach

Etymology: butter like up side down life like ruins everything, classified in the family of point of view.

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: dis-met

Sentence: Janene got a bonus of $100 for her hard work on one of her accounts. Her car broke down on the way home and it cost her $300 to get it fixed. She made some extra money at a part-time job and spent all of it on the speeding ticket she got hurrying to get there on time. It's just another of life's cruel jokes. It's dismet!

Etymology: dis (rap slang, short for disrespect) + kismet (fate; destiny)

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Created by: Discoveria

Pronunciation: Dang-sst

Sentence: "Dang it!" said Helen, after she opened her umbrella indoors while tripping over a black cat and falling under a ladder. It was hours before her feeling of dangst began to lighten.

Etymology: Dang + angst. Angst is technically the philosophical dread and anxiety about the world because of the future being unknowable.

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Created by: lauramy

Pronunciation: stink-uhn-dip-i-tuhs

Sentence: The toast incident was just another in a never ending chain of stinkendipitous occurences.

Etymology: stink + serendipitous

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: kar mar jar een

Sentence: Destiny just knew when her perfect new husband's ex showed up at their wedding reception, it was not only as a guest, but as a date for him. Once again, Destiny's karmargarine was at work. Buttered toast side down on a dirty carpet...the fuzzy end of the lollipop...what's a four letter word starting with an "F"...oh yeah, FATE!

Etymology: Karma (Hinduism and Buddhism) the effects of a person's actions that determine his destiny in his next incarnation)& Margarine (a spread made chiefly from vegetable oils and used as a substitute for butter)

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Created by: Osomatic

Pronunciation: vish + iss + ih + tood

Sentence: The brakes on my car failed three days after the warranty expired... it's enough to give you a vicioussitude!

Etymology: vicious + (vicissitude combined with attitude)


like it. - galwaywegian, 2007-03-08: 04:46:00

Thanks, person-from-Galway-or-so-I-assume. I know it doesn't *exactly* meet the definition, but as soon as it popped into my brain I knew I could not resist. - Osomatic, 2007-03-08: 04:49:00

petaj I think it's as close as may be. Makes Fortune sound like vengeful agent. - petaj, 2007-03-08: 05:50:00

I tried saying this word and sprayed slobber all over my monitor... - Alchemist, 2007-03-08: 14:43:00


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Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: Fay-ta-tricked

Sentence: Feleeny Meania was always finding herself faytatricked somehow. She begain to question herself. Had she been so mean to others that she was now being repaid by the tricks that fate was playing on her?

Etymology: Fayta: Taken in part of the word fate-Destiny, an inevitable course of events Tricked: A mischievous action; a prank

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Created by: ekath

Pronunciation: diss-ten-ny

Sentence: The dissteney sank into her stomach as she managed to stub her toe while reaching for the china, which now lay on the tile floor in a thousands bitter sharp shards.

Etymology: from diss + destiny

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Created by: tonya87

Pronunciation: Mer-F-Dest-en

Sentence: Damn Merphdesten, you strike again!


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