Verboticism: Cheesecake

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Created by: 589195

Pronunciation: oor-grave-er

Sentence: When I mentioned to my friend that me and my girlfriend were getting really close, she orgravered me in a way I won't soon forget.

Etymology: Or- to speak Grav- heavy ver-true

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: diskəmbäbyəlāshənship

Sentence: One day they were fiances, another they were boyfriend and girlfriend. A week later, they were just dating. One week his girl wanted to date others, the next she insisted on fidelity. Tom just couldn't keep track of state of this disconbobulationship.

Etymology: discombobulate (disconcert or confuse) + relationship (an emotional and sexual association between two people)

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Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: pid-jen-holl-punch

Sentence: As soon as he referred to her as his 'friend with benefits' he knew she was going to pigeonholepunch him.

Etymology: pigeon hole, punch, hole punch


and he deserved it!! - Jabberwocky, 2009-04-28: 13:36:00


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Created by: dpetty12210

Pronunciation: re-lash-and-whip

Sentence: My girl relashandwhiped me after I told her friend that we were a thing!!


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Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: Shuv - Let - Ter

Sentence: Leonard felt that he needed to give Gloria a shoveletter because lately, she had been telling their friends that they were engaged. He pondered whether he should deliver it verbally..... He did not want to end their relationship, just shake it up and reconstitute it a bit....

Etymology: Shove (Jostle, Push), Love, Loveletter


funny - Jabberwocky, 2009-04-28: 13:37:00


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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: ig noh ray moor

Sentence: It was a rather painful ignoramour. His "pussycat" turned out to have serious claws!

Etymology: ignoramous. amour

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Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: don't call me baby

Sentence: “Dontcallmebaby ANYMORE!" she later scoffed. Earlier at dinner he had introduced her to an old friend as his “Baby”. Their age difference was becoming a problem.

Etymology: There is a popular song now with this phrase: "Don't call me baby, anymore!", as a way of denouncing a relationship.

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Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: bee-rate-mate

Sentence: At their very own wedding why did she still continue to beratemate him?

Etymology: berate (as in scold) + mate (partner)

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: trash-la-ment

Sentence: Miriam's response to Clarence's criticism of her participation in their romance was nothing short of a harsh trashlament covering a multitude of Clarence's recent remarks.

Etymology: Trash: v. Criticize, rebuke, demean and Lament; v. to express sorrow, regret, or unhappiness about something

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Created by: 62895

Pronunciation: Cheese-Cake

Sentence: I am so not your Cheesecake.

Etymology: A food name used to put a lable on your Spouse

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