Verboticism: Aidache

'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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Feelastoplast

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: fee las to plast

Sentence: Edwin was a big wuss when it came to pain. He could feelastoplast every hair pulled by its roots off his arm by the bandage. He was such a baby about it that his wife Jane took great pleasure in making the pain last as long as possible. She thought that the Human Race would have died out long ago if it were up to men like Edwin to give birth...

Etymology: Feel (perceive by a physical sensation, e.g., coming from the skin or muscles) & Elastoplast ( an elastic adhesive bandage for covering cuts or wounds)

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Ripillatory

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: rip ill a toree

Sentence: Gavin was such a big baby about anything medical. No wonder men didn't have the babies or the human race would have died out long ago. He fainted at the sight of blood, so Blood Bank donations were nightmares for him. The way he told it, getting a blood test was a major psychological drama for him. He'd had no choice...doctor's orders. Get that blood test or else! Gavin summoned what little courage he had and had the blood work done. He pressed the cotton ball on the spot and when it was deemed safe, the nurse put a bandage on the afflicted area. He was told in an hour he could remove the bandage. Sure enough, an hour later, he talked his wife into gently please removing the bandaid. Naturally, the revenge she felt for all his crybaby acts was strong, so she pulled it off fast and nasty. The ripillatory agony he experienced was only surpassed by the phone call from the lab, saying they'd accidentally dropped his blood vials and he would have to return in the morning for retests! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

Etymology: rip (to tear or be torn violently;the act of rending or splitting something) & ill (an often persistent bodily disorder or disease; a cause for complaining)& depilatory (something used to remove hair;able to remove hair or render hairless)

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COMMENTS:

metrohumanx Ripping yarn, Nosila...I like the way you worked the revenge angle in...LOL - metrohumanx, 2008-07-29: 01:54:00

Bloody ripping yarn. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-07-30: 05:45:00

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Tornture

Created by: Katisms1

Pronunciation: torn-TURE

Sentence: "While the original cut hurt like a mother, removing the band-aid was sheer tornture!"

Etymology: torn (as in flesh) + torture

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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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Bandageagony

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: band - aydj - AGG - uh - nee

Sentence: Bradley is a major wuss who screams in extreme bandageagoney even over the small discomfort from the removal of an adhesive strip from a part of his body where there is the slightest amount of hair.

Etymology: Blend of 'bandage' and 'agony'.

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COMMENTS:

metrohumanx BANDAGEAGONY- the sure sign of of a bad actor. Major Wuss (retired) revels in the procedure. - metrohumanx, 2008-07-29: 01:58:00

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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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Screap

Created by: Rhyme79

Pronunciation: s-kuh-REEP

Sentence: OMG! Stop screaping me! Call yourself a nurse?! You're not a nurse! You're a crazy, sadistic, crazy sadist! Argh! STOP IT!

Etymology: A mixture of 'scream' and 'rip' with a portion of 'scrape', which to me, is a pretty painful sounding word.

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Hairrowing

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: hair/row/ing

Sentence: The ripping off of that bandage was a most hairrowing experience.

Etymology: hair + harrow + ing

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Hairror

Created by: toadstool57

Pronunciation: hair-or

Sentence: David screamed in sheer hairror as Jill tore the band aid from his arm, pulling hair and skin too.

Etymology: hair/tear/terror

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Bandache

Created by: docholiday

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