Verboticism: Abdorable

'I thought love was a two-way street'

DEFINITION: n. A lovable yet stupid pet. v. To be dumb, fat, lazy, arrogant, and totally, completely, irresistibly cute.

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Lardarling

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: lah-dar-ling

Sentence: Unable to take her dogs for a walk, but indulging their cute tricks with special treats, Rotunda ended up with lardarling labradors.

Etymology: lard (fat) + darling (adorable)

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COMMENTS:

Fatastic! - silveryaspen, 2009-04-23: 10:18:00

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Bimpet

Created by: Koekbroer

Pronunciation: Bim pet

Sentence: My cat is such a bimpet; cute but stupid

Etymology: bimbo + pet

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Dimyum

fabdiva

Created by: fabdiva

Pronunciation: dim-yum

Sentence: Linda often wondered why her dimyum always licked himself in front of guests.

Etymology: Dim - stupid or slow to understand. Yum - delicious

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Ignoramouser

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: ig noh ray mau sser

Sentence: her ignoramouser dribbled, drooled, slept, sprawled and stank, but she hadn't had any visiting rodents since he'd arrived, which was fine by her.

Etymology: ignoramous mouser

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Abdorable

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: ab-DORE-uh-bl

Sentence: Angora's cheshire cat, Felicity, was twice the size it should have been, was totally without any brain power, and spent most of it's days sprawled out on the sofa sleeping, yet it was irresistibly cuddly, sweet and abdorable.

Etymology: Blend of 'abhor' (to regard with extreme repugnance or aversion; detest utterly; loathe; abominate) and 'adorable'.

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COMMENTS:

Appeals to the child in all of us ... and like the last two words in the definition is Irresistably Cute! - silveryaspen, 2009-04-23: 01:51:00

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Scrumpy

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Created by: clevercommentary

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Look at that scrumpy feline!

Etymology:

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Inpetyougush

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: in pet u gush

Sentence: Simone realized she was a pet owner who was impetyougush. She had found Marshmallow, her white Persian cat when a kitten and raised her to sleek adulthood. Marshmallow slept 16-20 hours a day on the top of the couch. Simone fed her, cleaned out her stink box and just when she felt unappreciated, Marshmallow would roll over on her back and look adorable. When Simone came home from a hard day, Marshmallow would reach our her paw and touch Simone, so that she had no choice but to pat her. Then the purring would commence and Simone would unwind and relax. She soon realized that people measured cats' intelligence by their own standards. If you were an impartial observer, you'd wonder who was smarter: a cat who did whatever it wanted all day long with no accountability or pressures or the stupid human who raced home from a hard day at work to strain poop out of kitty litter, fill up the food bowl and put clean water in a dish and then hope the animal you did all that for would grace you with a purr or tummy rub offer or rub against your legs. Yep, cats aren't the stupid ones, are they??

Etymology: Impetuous (characterized by undue haste and lack of thought or deliberation) & Pet (preferred above all others and treated with partiality; a domesticated animal kept for companionship or amusement) & You Gush (you give an unrestrained expression of emotion)

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COMMENTS:

Outstanding etymology. Your word play on impetuous is purrfecshun! - silveryaspen, 2009-04-23: 02:07:00

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Adorablob

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: ədôrəbläb

Sentence: Wes thinks he owns a cat. He is wrong. That thing that eats cat food, purrs when scratched is not a cat at all. Cats are barely domesticated creatures that hunt mice and other small critters. Cats are agile and light of foot. Wes’ pet is none of these. What he has is an adorablob, a cute, treat eating, litter soiling lump of fur with the about as much ambition of a sofa cushion. Last week Wes had to trap and remove a mouse that was starting to establish a nest on Fatty McButterpants’ belly.

Etymology: adorable (inspiring great affection; delightful; charming) + blob (an indeterminate mass or shape)

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COMMENTS:

karenanne "Fatty McButterpants"! That's great! ...Although it reminds me of NJ Governor Christie, who is not so cuddly.... - karenanne, 2010-11-05: 13:15:00

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Lethlargicat

Created by: Biscotti

Pronunciation: le-th-laar-ji-kaat

Sentence: Angie's cat Milo was such a leglargicat. Always meowing for more food, she was so good at getting what she wanted with that cute little purr.

Etymology: Lethargy (laziness) + large (fat) + cat (common household pet)

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COMMENTS:

Clever word! - splendiction, 2009-04-23: 21:26:00

Biscotti, I really enjoy your clever creativeness :) - abrakadeborah, 2009-04-24: 06:53:00

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Bignoramut

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: big nor a mut

Sentence: Sally’s bignoramut’s main activity was to wait by the door for her. Unfortunately, one day the big stupid fat dog lay too close to the door when Sally burst inside her apartment. “Bonkraashunch”! “Dawling! I’m sorry!” Sally cooed apologetically. “Thump thump thump...”

Etymology: From IGNORAMUS, BIG and MUT.

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