Verboticism: Theopolitelessness

'Happy Holidays from the North Pole!'

DEFINITION: To offer non-denominational, inter-faith seasonal greetings, which are nevertheless a tad politically incorrect.

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Horriday

Created by: LostAccount

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a - LostAccount, 2006-12-14: 00:38:00

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Merrikwanica

Created by: btkantz

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Missiletoeing

aoife

Created by: aoife

Pronunciation: 'miss-isle-tow-ing'

Sentence: Dan totally missiletoed during his 'merry kwaanza' speech at the Rotary Club when he did a Michael Richards-as-Santa impression.

Etymology: 'mistletoe' + 'missile'

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Berete

Created by: gemgirl

Pronunciation: bur-eat

Sentence: As you burete the guests, don't forget to slap their behind as they pass.

Etymology: berate + greet = berete

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Blexxpletive

Created by: coinstar

Pronunciation: blecks-ple-tive, (n). See also "to blexxplicate" (v).

Sentence: Uncle Bob trumpeted his arrival with a round of hearty blexpletives that are best forgotten.

Etymology: bless + expletive (deleted)

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Yulephemism

simon1081

Created by: simon1081

Pronunciation: yule-fe-miss-m

Sentence: Rabbi Scwartz offered the Kwanzaa celebrators a hearty Yulephemism

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Bleffend

Created by: thewbert

Pronunciation: ble-FFEND

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Etymology: comes from bless and offend

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Doonesburiate

Created by: nicolase

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Sentence: While the Parkers would have liked to economize during the holidays by sending one card to their entire address book, their culturally unpopular devotion to Satan suggested the wisdom of doonesburiating to some extent, at least with Jim's work associates, and Patty's bridge club.

Etymology: Term derived from "Doonesbury", the most well-known of several widely read newspaper cartoons that emerged in the 1980s, characterized by an edgy and irreverent rhetorical humor used as wry and subterranean social commentary, but safe and inoffensive eno

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Crosscrescent

Created by: VBIZILJ

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- VBIZILJ, 2006-12-13: 15:18:00

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Conpolylogoreligiocentric

Created by: rtrtrth

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