Verboticism: Slelper

'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: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: dis-beer-chan-ted

Sentence: Ray was so disbeerchanted with Liz's demands that he couldn't move.

Etymology: Added beer in the middle of disenchanted after taking off the 'en' using only dis and chanted with beer in the middle- Disappointed or disillusioned and doesn't care because the beer has numbed that part of your brain.

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Created by: Osomatic

Pronunciation: know + you + don't

Sentence: I hate to knowyoudont you, but you've never been helpful before so I have no expectation of assistance with taking this splinter out of my toe.

Etymology: I know you don't.

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Created by: trmccoy




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Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ʌndɚˌmaɪmˈplɔɪ/ /under-mime-ploy/

Sentence: Sometimes you can undermimploy someone into giving enough of a crap to do a decent job, as drill sergeants everywhere will tell you, but most of the time it just makes people annoyed.

Etymology: From undermine + employ


great words this week ErWenn!! - Jabberwocky, 2007-10-05: 10:52:00

Thanks. I feel like I'm on some sort of roll, though I wasn't too satisfied with what I came up with today. It looks like it should be pronounced under-mim-ploy. - ErWenn, 2007-10-05: 14:09:00


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Created by: radiogirl

Pronunciation: LEIZI/kju:z

Sentence: She went on lazycusing me all summer. I don't get it, why does a Cristmas tree in the flat bother her so much?

Etymology: lazy + accuse


Batavier Cuse... I thought it would be from excuse. :) - Batavier, 2007-10-05: 10:23:00


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Created by: Daneslarue

Pronunciation: Dee - Lump - E- Cant

Sentence: He is such a delumpicant! I can't get him to do anything!

Etymology: Lump - Useless, lazy "I can't" - not willing to do any chores

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Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: slak-ass-uh-sist

Sentence: Because he was such a seasoned slackassassister she refused to give in this time and bought a supply of paper plates, plastic cups and utensils all because of the dishwasher emptying incident.

Etymology: slack + ass + assist

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Created by: polopony

Pronunciation: dead + wait + ist

Sentence: Josh was such a deadwaitist that Sheila knew he would procrastinate permanently rather than perform any task.

Etymology: Dead (non functional) Wait (procrastinate) -Ist (individual)

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Created by: Filthy

Pronunciation: \ˈfyü-təl-\ˈād\

Sentence: Glenn was such a FUTILAIDE that when he did get around to taking the trash out of the apartment, he only bothered to set it on the balcony.

Etymology: FUTILE + AIDE (a person who helps a more skilled person)= FUTILAIDE

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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: uh/sist/kant

Sentence: Because of family politics and pressures, I had to hire my useless, lazy, out-of-work again cousin as my assistcant.

Etymology: assistant + can't (the game won't let me put in the apostrophe however)


Excellent. - ErWenn, 2007-10-05: 14:10:00


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