Verboticism: Civilserpent

Civilserpent

Created by: Nosila

Definition: v. To pretend that you adore someone's pet even though it is annoyingly stupid, bizarrely threatening, or just plain stinky. n. A alarming pet or companion, which nevertheless requires fawning.

Pronunciation: siv il ser pent

Sentence: Ana Conda had always had a crush on Monty Python. When he had finally asked her out on a date, he picked her up in his Viper and took her out dancing the Mamba and the Fangdango, at the CobraCabana. They made a strange couple, as she was wearing her Boa and Garter and he his Mocassins and chewing Wrigglies gum. He asked for the bill and because he was a fast Adder, they left quickly in his old Rattler. When they got to his apartment,he slithered into the bedroom, came out with a ring and proposed. He then showed her his enormous asp, which was in a huge krait. Although it was a civilserpent, Ana became hissterical. Her breathing felt constricted and her heart was in the pit of her stomach. She ran out of hiss place and as she fled, he yelled after her, with venom, "I want my Diamondback!"

Etymology: civil (polite, showing regard for others in manners)& serpent (limbless scaly elongate reptile)

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Comments: Civilserpent

Tigger - 2008-03-07: 02:43:00
Riotously funny sentence! Interesting that we both mention Monty Python in our sentences today (I didn't see yours before I posted).

Rasputin01 - 2008-03-07: 09:02:00
Thanks for brightening up my day with your sentence, Nosila!

petaj - 2008-03-07: 05:54:00
He'd have to scale back his spending after that. great sentence.

silveryaspen - 2008-03-07: 09:09:00
Wonderfully Witty. Wonderful won! Thanks for starting my day off with great puns and lots of fun!

Jabberwocky - 2008-03-07: 09:13:00
I think that was rather cold blooded of Ana - Monty will be a hard act to swallow

purpleartichokes - 2008-03-07: 13:21:00
Fantastic sentence! Laughed my asp off!

Nosila - 2008-03-07: 22:55:00
Cheers...you guys are all snake charmers yourselves!

OZZIEBOB - 2008-03-08: 16:58:00
I'm told that the expression, "civil servant" is an oxymoron; if so, is "civil serpent" a toxy-moron. Nice word; funny sentence.