Verboticism: Hysteriotransfer

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Cathext

Created by: norallama

Pronunciation: Kuh-theckst

Sentence: I burned the toast, ripped my hose, and then, of course, cathexted all over my assistant the very first chance I got.

Etymology: From "cathexis," meaning "emotional energy" ... and "Next!"

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Forwardfeel

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: fore-ward-feel

Sentence: He knew that her hatred towards his mother was going to be a forwardfeel towards him. It would manifest itself in the form of her refraining to do his laundry.

Etymology: forward (transmit, send) + feel (to be emotionally affected by)

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Emoticonduit

Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: ee-moat-ee-kon-due-it

Sentence: As she angrily replied to his email with colon, left bracket..she knew she shouldn't be mad at him...but she'd just got off the phone with her mother... she was a classic emoticonduit

Etymology: emotion, conduit

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Lovelessantilica

Created by: tempermon

Pronunciation:

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Premoject

sleep

Created by: sleep

Pronunciation: pree-moe-ject

Sentence: She premojected her emotional baggage on me like last week's cole slaw.

Etymology: project + emo

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COMMENTS:

Last week's cole slaw? Sounds like premojectile vomiting... Scarey girl! - wordmeister, 2007-01-02: 16:12:00

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Transunfairence

Created by: nariko4

Pronunciation:

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Emopoop

Created by: jrogan

Pronunciation: ee-moh-poop

Sentence: Michael always had some difficulty sharing his feelings. But sooner or later, they would well up inside and he would just let it all out in one giant emopoop. It was usually a quite messy -- you wouldn't want to be trapped in the same room with him when it was happening -- but in the end, he always felt much better.

Etymology: emote + poop

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COMMENTS:

emoglopic! - Nosila, 2009-08-07: 22:25:00

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Emotiredirection

Created by: Fenners

Pronunciation: e-moti-redirection

Sentence: I've been a bit emotiredirectional lately

Etymology: emotion redirection

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Transemototherapy

Created by: mickey666

Pronunciation:

Sentence: The kick he received playing football really hurt his shin. Lying in bed later, his wife was less than thrilled as she felt a sharp pain and realised his foot had carried out transemototherapy

Etymology:

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Disscharge

Created by: fonka99

Pronunciation: Diss-charge

Sentence: Gus felt extremely guilty after disscharging his feelings on the bus driver on his way home, after all it wasn't his fault he got fired!

Etymology: From the urban word "diss" meaning to disrespect and "discharge" meaning to relieve.

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