Verboticism: Pedestriantics

'But I don't want my hamburger in a car'

DEFINITION: v. To ignore conventional wisdom and traffic rules by walking in areas normally restricted to motor vehicles. n. An aggressive pedestrian who feels it is their god-given right to walk in the middle of the road.

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: pedest tree ant tiks

Sentence: Luther did not relish going through his pedestriantics just to get a hamburger from next door. He mustard looked on the faces of his passengers, Freddie & Teddy, who were all of 10 years old and quite in-the-know about hamburgers. Fred wasn't as savvy as he emoted, but he would ketchup and Teddy had the drive-through to make things mchappen. They had bun warned, but you know kids...they were the burger kings of all they surveyed!

Etymology: Pedestrian (lacking wit or imagination) & Antics (a ludicrous or grotesque act done for fun and amusement)

Points: 578

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Comments: Pedestriantics

metrohumanx - 2009-03-02: 05:45:00
Excellent fusion! Very inspired.

silveryaspen - 2009-03-02: 10:17:00
Playfully excellent sentence and verbote!

galwaywegian - 2009-03-02: 15:01:00
whopper of a word!