Verboticism: Ipanic

'Aaahhh! Stop the train! '

DEFINITION: v. To feel stressed and anxious and when your mobile phone runs out of battery power, drops its network connection, or in the worst case, gets misplaced and lost. n. A panic attack caused by an interruption in your mobile phone service.

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Cellulardysfunction

Created by: toadstool57

Pronunciation: sel-U-lar-dis-func-tion

Sentence: Jill's bars suddenly dropped to zero as they approached the tunnel. Jill started to shake and sweat. She suffers from cellulardysfunction and the thought of "no phone service" makes her blood pressure soar.

Etymology: cellular/dysfunction

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Tunnaphobia

Created by: sammyclark

Pronunciation: tun-ah-fo-bee-ah

Sentence: to feel distressed and panicy about losing cell phone reception in a tunnel

Etymology:

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Cellabreak

Created by: torontorc

Pronunciation: sell-a-break

Sentence: I was talking to my mom when all of a sudden for no flippin' reason, I had a cellabreak and she was gone.

Etymology:

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Wirelessinterruptus

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: wahyuhr-lis-in-tuh-ruhp-tuhs

Sentence: Martha is practically connected to her cell phone. She calls it Bruce and treats it like a boyfriend without the breaking up for no good reason part. She confides almost every detail of her life to her celly. The very thought wirelessinterruptus makes her quiver with angst.

Etymology: wireless (cellular phone) coitus interuptus (a method of birth-control in which a man, during intercourse withdraws)

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Cellicitous

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sel is it us

Sentence: Every time Jeanine's train came near a tunnel on her daily commutes, she was overwhelmed with that cellicitous feeling akin to panic. Her fear was that once she lost connection to whomever she was speaking, she would never regain it. Her doctor finally prescribed her with some phonazepam, as much to assist her with her attacks as to improve the quality of her fellow travellers commutes.

Etymology: Cell (cellular phone) & Solicitous (full of anxiety and concern)

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Ademophobia

Created by: Haydon

Pronunciation: A, Dem O, Phopia

Sentence: The fear of losing conention of others.

Etymology: A- without demo- people phobia- fear

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Cellphobiainterruptis

Created by: thebaron

Pronunciation: cell phobia inter rupt is

Sentence: Suddenly, she launched into a severe case of cellphobiainterruptis, while on the train!

Etymology: Latin- phobia -fear interruptis- Latin sudden attack

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Phonozmiac

Created by: Gidaio

Pronunciation: fon-oz-me-ak

Sentence: The phonozmiac screamed, "Stop the train!!"

Etymology: I dunno. Just something that sounded cool. I guess "phone" + "phobiac."

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Ultracelloc

Created by: EBalser

Pronunciation: Ultra-sell-lock

Sentence: I was ultracelloc when i lost service while driving to school.

Etymology: ultra-extreme cell-cell phone loc-place A place of extreme cell phone stress.

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Exomund

beardo

Created by: beardo

Pronunciation: As its spelled... Ex-o-mund

Sentence: I have been Exomunded ever since the satilite fell out of the sky.

Etymology: Exo-, outside -mund, world

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