Verboticism: Intelnuffer

'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: 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: mitchdb

Pronunciation: mahl-s&-'mer-&-t&n

Sentence: Hundreds of speeding motorists buzzed by the stranded woman; none of those malsamaritans even bothered to slow down to see if she needed help.

Etymology: Mal (bad) + samaritan

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Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: HIN-d'uh-lent

Sentence: The haunty spectre of Bob's growing ignavia, convinced Roxie's that he was rapidly turning into a hopeless hindolent like his father.

Etymology: HINDER: to cause delay, interruption, or difficulty in; hamper; impede; to be an obstacle or impediment & INDOLENT:Indulging in ease; avoiding labor and exertion; habitually idle; lazy; inactive; easygoing; layback


fantastic - Jabberwocky, 2008-09-05: 13:31:00


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Created by: hellohime

Pronunciation: Slappinghand - sla'pin'hand

Sentence: rather than being a helping hand, edward was known as a slappinghand by most of his friends as his idea of "help" usually ended in disaster.

Etymology: A play on the phrase "Helping hand". Rather than being helpful the aide received from this person usually ends with others cleaning the mess

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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: fourgirls

Pronunciation: sloth azee

Sentence: Craig has just been slothazy these last few times my computer needed fixing.

Etymology: sloth and lazy

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: no kom o dator

Sentence: Aiden had not yet found his purpose in life. While he awaited destiny, he watched TV all day long, drank the house dry and ate everything in the fridge. His girlfriend, Bet, worked full-time, went to school, bought the food and drink and cleaned the house. Finally fed up with the nocomodator known as her boyfriend Aiden, she gave him an ultimatum. Either get a job and contribute to their finances or stay home and do all the housework and shopping or get out. Aiden searched his soul and got himself a real job, paying great money. The thoughts of his mastering homemaker mode was overwhelming. Now he could Aiden a Bet!

Etymology: No (negative; not in any degree or manner; not at all) & Accomodator (someone who performs a service or does a favor)

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Created by: metrohumanx

Pronunciation: lie-uh-BILL-uht-ont

Sentence: Sally tried to LIEABILLETAUNT Oscar into getting off his chromium sofa and helping her compose a winning sentence to submit to Verbotomy, but he chose to lie around in a semi-catatonic state and dream of imaginary guitar notes that would irritate...his irritatingly overproductive girlfriend Camouflossie. No amount of LIEABILLETAUNTING could make Oscar expend even a single erg of his preciously guarded energy...if he ever HAD any.

Etymology: LIE+ABILITY+BILLET+LIABILITY+TAUNT=LIEABILLETAUNT......... LIE: to be or to stay at rest in a horizontal position : be prostrate on someone’s couch-Middle English, from Old English licgan; akin to Old High German ligen to lie, Latin lectus bed, Greek lechos..... Ability: the quality or state of being able yet reluctant-Middle English abilite, from Anglo-French, from Latin habilitat-, habilitas, from habilis apt, skillful..... Billet: an official order directing that a slacker be provided with board and lodging (as in a private home)- Middle English bylet, from Anglo-French billette, diminutive of bille bill..... Liability: one that acts as a disadvantage to all..... Taunt: a sarcastic challenge or insult


metrohumanx - metrohumanx, 2008-09-05: 11:51:00

can't argue with such a persuasive etymology - Jabberwocky, 2008-09-05: 15:39:00

metrohumanx Thanx, Jwock...I guess i did get carried away. - metrohumanx, 2008-09-05: 23:08:00


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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: dally-hint-ask

Sentence: Bruno was tired of his mother dallyhintasking, but he was too apathetic to get off the couch. He was a solicishirk, and many had insinulazed that he was incompethindrance.

Etymology: dally + hint + ask + task

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Created by: darknightess

Pronunciation: wais-pay-cee-us

Sentence: You are so waspacious; you never help with diaper duty!

Etymology: From the phrase "a waste of space".

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