Verboticism: Coachactive

'You've done such a good job emptying your beer bottles.'

DEFINITION: v., To imply that person is usually unhelpful when asking for their assistance. n., An unwilling, unproductive and uninhibitedly useless helper.

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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: ass hoe liss tants

Sentence: She would have asked him for assholistance after her accident, but she was in a hurry, and she still had the partial use of one arm.

Etymology: assistance, asswhole.

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Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: slak-ass-uh-sist

Sentence: Because he was such a seasoned slackassassister she refused to give in this time and bought a supply of paper plates, plastic cups and utensils all because of the dishwasher emptying incident.

Etymology: slack + ass + assist

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: birāshənship

Sentence: Since his layoff from the shoe string factory Rodger*s berationship with Judy has beteriorated. His new job seems to be laying on the sofa besmirching the name of Velcro. Her new job is to bewhittle on his already-weakened self-esteem with her sharp tongue.

Etymology: berate: scold or criticize someone angrily + relationship (the way in which two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected, or the state of being connected)

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Created by: astorey

Pronunciation: fak-NO-tum

Sentence: Jeremy moved into his sister's basement will all sorts of earnest promises to help around the house, but, after a mere three days, he showed himself for what he truly was...a factnotum. No dishes, no garbage, no laundry, no dog-walking--facts that Melissa took to noting sarcastically each day as she waded through Jeremy's detritus in the living room.

Etymology: Factotum: A person employed to to a variety of jobs, combined with "no"

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Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: lack-ee-day-zik-ul

Sentence: he knew by now that whenever 'so you think you can dance' was on, she was going to be very lackydaisical

Etymology: lacky, lackadaisical


lovely! - galwaywegian, 2007-10-05: 07:16:00


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Created by: LoftyDreamer

Pronunciation: slowth (long o)

Sentence: Hey, stop slowthing around and help me clean up after your mother!

Etymology: slow (not speedy) + sloth (iconically slow or inactive animal)

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Created by: Scrumpy

Pronunciation: sluhg-toos

Sentence: Ken was a slugtuse person, even unwilling to help carry his weekly supply of pork rinds into the house.

Etymology: slug + obtuse


funny - Jabberwocky, 2007-10-05: 10:53:00


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Created by: DrWebsterIII

Pronunciation: 'slak ee

Sentence: Rhonda sure knew how to pick 'em! Another boyfriend who was a useless slackey , who could barely lift a finger to helm himself, let alone Rhonda, with the exception a lifting a beer to his lips!

Etymology: slacker (shirker, loafer, lazybones, bum) + lackey (servant, footman, man/gal Friday)

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Created by: bigdude1o1




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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: slug-jest

Sentence: At first Nan quietly sluggested that Ron may want to get off the couch and help clean the apartment. When he didn't move, she threw him, his skateboard and his 6 pack out the door.

Etymology: suggest: to imply or offer for consideration + slug: a lazy, slothful person

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