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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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Kissplace

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: kiss plays

Sentence: When Shania was dissed by her cat, she instead decided to kissplace her resentment on Roger and broke up with him. Now she is catatonic and not feline anything...

Etymology: Kiss (the act of caressing with the lips) & Displace (take the place of)

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Transnubstantiation

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: tranz/snub/stan/siay/shun

Sentence: What a weight off my shoulders to practice transnubstatiation on an ususpecting passerby after being snubbed by another.

Etymology: transubstantiation + snub

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COMMENTS:

Funny! - wordmeister, 2007-01-02: 12:59:00

thanks wordmeister - Jabberwocky, 2007-01-03: 16:35:00

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Asscakes

delayette

Created by: delayette

Pronunciation: ass-kayke

Sentence: Johnny got mad at his girlfriend and decided to asscake me with his problems

Etymology: asscake-to dump emotional sappy crap onto another.

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Reflexivenom

Created by: adobrodt

Pronunciation: ree-flex-i-ven-uhm

Sentence: Jenny met Bob after the disastrous art show and commenced to reflexivenomize on him for forty-five minutes.

Etymology: From reflection and VENOM

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Comforage

Created by: Chistinalove

Pronunciation: come - for - rage

Sentence: She's constantly yelling at me because of her comforage

Etymology: comfort and rage

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Bittershed

Created by: Maureen

Pronunciation: bit - ter - shed

Sentence: After the boss bawled me out I bittershed my angst on to the delivery boy.

Etymology: Bitter - characterized by intense animosity. Shed - to get rid of.

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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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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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Emotedump

Created by: Carole

Pronunciation: ee motey dump

Sentence: Cecil was completely floored by the vehemence of Conny's latest emotedump.

Etymology: emote/ emotion. dump/ drop, let go of load.

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