Verboticism: Brieffriend

'I'm surprised that no one else has picked up the ball.'

DEFINITION: v. To listen intently and sympathize with your colleagues when they request assistance, and then to simply, and completely, forget about it. n. The ability to sympathize with, yet ignore, requests for help.

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Alzhumours

Created by: w5lf9s

Pronunciation: ahls.hu.mers

Sentence: When she reminded him the third time to print out that report for her, she began to wonder whether he might be suffering from that particular form of Alzhumour's she had read about.

Etymology: Alzheimer's disease (the first symtoms of which are forgetfulness) + to humour someone

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COMMENTS:

petaj Maybe he just considered she was a lazy cow who knew perfectly well how to hit the print button. - petaj, 2007-02-27: 17:42:00

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Usefail

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: yous - fayl

Sentence: Lorne proved to be usefail most of the time. Louise thought he cared, thought he understood her problem and then thought he wanted to help but for some reason, he never was able to.

Etymology: useful, fail

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Avoiquest

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Created by: erasmus

Pronunciation: av oi quest

Sentence: Frank was the most renown for avoiquesting in the office. Ask him anything and you can bet tomorrow he wont remember any of it.

Etymology: from avoid and request.

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Ipodnod

Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: I/pod/nod

Sentence: He was a master of the ipodnod. He looked intensely interested but he was really listening to his favorite tunes

Etymology: ipod + nod

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Is this a confession? - wordmeister, 2007-02-27: 19:31:00

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Helpmenot

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: HELP-ME-not

Sentence: Bobby's helpmenot traits vexed his dwindling circle of friends.

Etymology: help me (assist me) + not

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Empathetic

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: em/pa/theh/tik

Sentence: Our IT team is very empathetic. They listen attentively to our problems and then promptly forget about them.

Etymology: empathy + pathetic

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Helpologize

Created by: Ahmad

Pronunciation: help-o-lo-gize

Sentence: Saba helpologize when i asked her to help me out in my assignment as she got to do something.

Etymology: help + apologize

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Unteamful

Created by: Koekbroer

Pronunciation: un-teem-fil

Sentence: "Wow, Doug didn't even bother following up on his promise to help me out. He is so unteamful!"

Etymology: team

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Vagless

Created by: aj3131

Pronunciation: Vag-less

Sentence: Every dude can be vagless.

Etymology: well you guys know what is meant.

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Egosponge

Created by: adbern

Pronunciation: ege-spunge

Sentence: However he always listen very carefully when you ask him something, he never do it. He's a egosponge.

Etymology: ego from egoist + sponge from his memory is like a sponge

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