Verboticism: Neuralgiamex

'The salesman told me I didn't need to pay a cent.'

DEFINITION: n. The type of headache you get from buying too many things with your credit card. Note: Symptoms do not usually appear until the following month.v. To buy yourself a huge credit card headache.

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Moneyisticsoverintiowwoww

Created by: newspapertragedy

Pronunciation: money-is-tics-over-in-ti-ti-oww-oww

Sentence: After buying over 1,000 things with her credit card, Susie was having a severe case of Moneyisticsoverintiowwoww

Etymology: *blank*

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Sinvoice

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: sinĖŒvois

Sentence: In order to compensiate for her breakup with her boyfriend, Joyce went on a shopping spree. She went through a considerable amount of plasticoin. Her euophoria lasted nearly a month until the sinvoice arrived.

Etymology: sin (an act regarded as a serious or regrettable fault, offense) + invoice (a list of goods sent or services provided, with a statement of the sum due for these; a bill)

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Shoppang

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: shop/pang

Sentence: A shoppang set in with the arrival of my MasterCard bill in the mail.

Etymology: shoppang - shop + pang (a sudden feeling of mental, or emotional distress)

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Postshoppangsyndrome

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: post/shop/pang/syn/drome

Sentence: When the credit card bill arrived, she immediately fell into postshoppangsyndrome where the only cure was a day of receipt seaching and merchandise returning.

Etymology: posttraumaticsyndrome + shop + pang (ache or throb)

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Debtache

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: det - aik

Sentence: After her Sunday spending spree, Nancy came home with a splitting debtache. Good thing that she had purchased ten bottles of Tylenol on sale. When she received the bill, she finished off the other nine bottles.

Etymology: debt, arche, play on headache

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Tabtion

Lapper

Created by: Lapper

Pronunciation: TAB-shun

Sentence: Rick put the 48'' plasma-screen TV on his credit card because he wanted it so much, but later had a tabtion headache over the fact that the minimum payment was twelve hundred dollars a month.

Etymology: Tab and tension

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Credithead

Created by: LMR1991

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Billgrains

Created by: blondibabi121692

Pronunciation: bill granes

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Creddache

Created by: debsro

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Dankitini

Created by: rahullotli

Pronunciation: dan-ki-ti-ni

Sentence: If i didn't have a credit card i wud b safe from dankitini

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COMMENTS:

nice - rahullotli, 2007-07-14: 14:15:00

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