Verboticism: Shearax

'Aaaaahhhh! AAAAAHHHHHH!'

DEFINITION: n. The horrible pain that comes from pulling a bandage off of hairy skin. v. To inflict pain or injure when removing a bandage.

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Suffuring

Created by: lauramy

Pronunciation: suh-fer-ing

Sentence: When the bandage was removed, the was no buffering the suffuring.

Etymology: suffering + fur

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Lockeratation

Created by: ziggy41

Pronunciation: locks-er-ay-shun

Sentence: The next door neighbors asked about the screams they heard last night from my house. The truth was I suffered from a sever lockeration, but I exaggerated a bit... and told them a bear snook in my house.

Etymology: Locks (hair) + laceration (a tear in skin)

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Ripsting

Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: rip-sting

Sentence: even as i was putting the band-aid on, i knew it would be all to soon that i would be enduring the ripsting

Etymology: rip, sting

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COMMENTS:

ripsting sounds like an awesome bandname! - jadenguy, 2007-06-06: 09:33:00

Simple, but elegant. I like it. - ErWenn, 2007-06-06: 23:19:00

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Bandagony

Created by: delmundo

Pronunciation: ban-dag-o-knee

Sentence: Children are the primary sufferers of bandagony, as the dirty little buggers are always soiling their sterile adhesive strips.

Etymology: Bandagony - n. a combination form of band-aid (an adhesive surgical strip) + agony (hurts like hell).

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Skinjure

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: skin-jure

Sentence: Sara wasn't trying to skinjure Fred when she pulled the bandaid off his arm; however, he still cried like a girl when she touched him. Even though he was 35 years old, he still feared owies so she wisely kept a smiley face sticker in her purse for just such an occasion and rewarded him for being so brave.

Etymology: skin: outer layer of the body + injure: to cause pain or physical harm

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COMMENTS:

artr Why do we always laugh when grown men act like little girls? - artr, 2009-12-30: 06:40:00

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Follikill

Mrgoodtimes

Created by: Mrgoodtimes

Pronunciation: Fol - ah - kill

Sentence: Luigi didn't think twice about the band-aid on his upper lip til it was too late. His 5 o'clock shadow was well past 10 o'clock and the follikill was not going to be pretty.

Etymology: Follicle - Kill (as in death to the nerve ending associated with the cavity)

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Feelastoplast

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: fee lasto plast

Sentence: His wife Mary had bravely and quietly undergone 24 hours of painful labor before having a C-section to deliver their 12 pound son. She never cried or let the pain overcome her or distress those around her. The breathing from the Lamaze classes had certainly helped. Her husband Harry, on the other hand, carried on something fierce when the nurse had helped him remove the feelastoplast from his arm, where blood samples had been extracted. His screams were chilling and continued on long after the bandage was gone. This, as Mary's Mother had quickly pointed out, was why the men did not get pregnant and carry on the Human Race.

Etymology: Feel (Sense through touch;examine (a body part) by palpation) & Elastoplast (an elastic adhesive bandage for covering cuts or wounds)

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Epilagony

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: epəlagənē

Sentence: The screaming and crying coming from the doctors examination room made those waiting for their appointment quite uncomfortable. Finding that the noise was coming from a 40-year-old man undergoing the epilagony of a Band-aid removal made more than a few snicker.

Etymology: epilation (removal of hair by the roots) + agony (extreme physical or mental suffering)

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Rapidepilagony

metrohumanx

Created by: metrohumanx

Pronunciation: RAP-ih-DEE-pill-AAAAH-gunny (try it a few times fast)

Sentence: Mister Martindale had a very unremarkable wound- merely an irritation of the skin caused by his misguided attempts to defuse a noxolene germ bomb in his basement. He applied the largest adhesive bandage he could find and all seemed well until he asked Lulu to remove it from his forearm. Forearmed with the knowledge that RAPID removal was the preferred method of painless revelation, Lulu gripped the bandage and gritted her artificially whitened yet still appealing teeth. Mr Martindale was sweating like a piece of rancid pork, for he knew what awaited him.....................RAPIDEPILAGONY! It lasted but a nanosecond, but was like de-velcroizing the Wolfman. With tears in his eyes, Mr Martindale pulled Lulu to his chest and they gazed, stupefied, at the offending ex-bandage which looked like a cross between a steel wool pad and a giant mutant flatworm. "I'll NEVER do that again..." said Mr Martindale." I can't take the RAPIDEPILAGONY !" ....And now about that hangnail.....

Etymology: RAPID+DEPILATE+AGONY rapid:fast , quickly..... depilate:the removal of hair, wool, or bristles by chemical or mechanical methods (latin)..... agony:severe or excruciating pain

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COMMENTS:

metrohumanx Superabsorbent pre-sliced EMPRESS stringettes available at: http://www.martindalecenter.com/ Thank You. - metrohumanx, 2008-07-29: 01:49:00

Always zany and entertaining; nice "feel" about the word too. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-07-29: 08:17:00

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Frixem

Created by: hatman003

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