Verboticism: Blarieoh

'I think I'm hearing the first sound of spring...'

DEFINITION: v. To drive around in your car with the widows down and stereo blaring. n. The sounds emanating from the suped-up vehicles driven by strutting human males as they participate their annual spring mating rituals.

Create | Read

Already Voted

Vote not counted. We have already counted two anonymous votes from your network. If you haven't voted yet, you can login and then we will count your vote.


Blarieoh

You still have one vote left...

Testosteracket

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: test-oster-ackit

Sentence: In the spring, young human males, wanting to advertise their prowess and improve their chances of successfully attracting females, will compete for dominance with other males by creating the most impressive testosteracket with their hoopdies.

Etymology: testosterone (male hormone) racket (unpleasant noise)

Vote For | Comments and Points

Testostereo

Created by: kateinkorea

Pronunciation: TES tos STARE ee OWN

Sentence: In spring, the blaring testostereo sounds fill the streets as young hormonal boys take to the streets in their noisy, suped-up cars; and the young girls swoon to their mating calls.

Etymology: TESTOSTERONE: STEREO:

----------------------------
COMMENTS:

You really know how to tickle our funny bones! Not only is it a fun word, it so very well, describes those thunder-us sound systems! - silveryaspen, 2009-03-24: 01:59:00

hahahaaa the romance of it!! - mweinmann, 2009-03-24: 08:33:00

great combo - Jabberwocky, 2009-03-24: 11:05:00

Excellent - splendiction, 2009-03-24: 20:51:00

Well said :) & good word! - abrakadeborah, 2009-03-25: 13:47:00

----------------------------

Vote For | Comments and Points

Fellabluster

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: fel-uh-bluhs-ter

Sentence: It's the same every spring. Just as the weather turn nice enough to spend more time outdoors the air is filled with fellabluster emanating from their rice rockets. The tuners are working overtime.

Etymology: fella (fellow-a man or boy) + bluster (to be loud, noisy, or swaggering) a play on filibuster

Vote For | Comments and Points

Freakquenchies

Created by: bookowl

Pronunciation: freek/kwench/eez

Sentence: The horrific sounds blasting from the car could only be described as freakquenchies.

Etymology: freak + quench + frequency

Voted For! | Comments and Points

Reverbermate

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: ree + vurb + ur + mayt

Sentence: I watched as the Pontiac Grand Prix, Grand Am, Trans Am and GTO rolled down the Main Street of my sleepy little town. Odell had come alive with the reverbermate sounds of bass, pumping out the essence of male strut. The reverbermation became louder as they passed me by. I felt the sidewalk vibrate a bit and suddenly, the caravan eased down the street in their quest for .... dare we name it romance?

Etymology: Reverberate and Mate >> Reverberate --resound; ring or echo with sound;be reflected as heat, sound, or light or shock waves and Mate --match: bring two objects, ideas, or people together

----------------------------
COMMENTS:

Great sentence with a great question! Loud and obnoxious might attract attention, but it takes soft and tender as fuel for romance! - silveryaspen, 2009-03-24: 10:41:00

great word - Jabberwocky, 2009-03-24: 11:08:00

Love it! - Nosila, 2009-03-24: 23:57:00

----------------------------

Vote For | Comments and Points

Carcophony

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: kar ka fony

Sentence: On Main Street on a warm spirng's night, all we ever hear is the carcophony of young males, roaming around in their souped up cars, looking for girls and/or trouble...

Etymology: Car (vehicle,auto) & Cacophony (a loud harsh or strident noise)

----------------------------
COMMENTS:

libertybelle Ha ha! love it! this needs to be a real word! - libertybelle, 2012-03-05: 10:23:00

----------------------------

Vote For | Comments and Points

Boganvilla

Created by: readerwriter

Pronunciation: boh-guhn-vee-yuh

Sentence: It was Spring and everything was blooming and booming, including the boganvilla, those townie-boy-racers with their staymen and pistols by their sides, showing off the power of their pedals.

Etymology: Playing on BOUGANVILLIA, the flowering plant native to the Southern climes. Combing BOGAN, a boy racer from Down Under + VILLA, Spanish for TOWN

Vote For | Comments and Points

Carcophony

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: kärkäfənē

Sentence: When the high school held a car show they were ready to see some extreme cars. What they weren’t expecting was the accompanying carcophony. Much of the money raised at the event was used to replace the windows of the school cracked by the boosted sound systems.

Etymology: car (a road vehicle, typically with four wheels, powered by an internal combustion engine and able to carry a small number of people) + cacophony (a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds)

----------------------------
COMMENTS:

good one - galwaywegian, 2010-10-06: 11:55:00

----------------------------

Vote For | Comments and Points

Carcophony

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: kärkäfənē

Sentence: It's not that any one of them a major noise pollution offender but when classes let out at the high school, the carcophony of stereos shook the leaves off trees in a 3-block radius. The mixture of hip hop, rap, heavy metal, indie & country was enough to make squirrels to chew off their own ears.

Etymology: car (a road vehicle, typically with four wheels, powered by an internal combustion engine and able to carry a small number of people) + cacophony (a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds)

----------------------------
COMMENTS:

brilliant! - galwaywegian, 2009-03-24: 05:33:00

Love it! Poor squirrels! - wayoffcenter, 2009-03-24: 07:12:00

Good one. - kateinkorea, 2009-03-24: 11:08:00

----------------------------

Vote For | Comments and Points

Pandemachonium

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: pan-da-mach-own-ee-um

Sentence: The labour day weekend brought too much pandemachonium to the area so much so that the cottagers walked around with massive ear protectors, much like the ones workers wear when directing airplanes at the airport.

Etymology: pandemonium + macho

Vote For | Comments and Points

Show All or More...