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'How could she bring him without a leash.'

DEFINITION: n. An unleashed pet (or boyfriend) which is running amuck, chasing cars, eating garbage, and jumping on innocent bystanders. v. To unleash your pet and let him or her run wild.

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Created by: Banky

Pronunciation: /burz-jurr-kurr/

Sentence: It was somewhere in the middle of Adam's imitation of Steve Rubell that he snorted a line of the host's grandmother that he had poured from an urn in a drunken frenzy. Gina fled from the party, ashamed of the bersjerker she had set upon the party.

Etymology: berserker + jerk


Berjerker has a subtle risque' quality to it! I can't say it without blushing and bursting into laughter! - silveryaspen, 2009-03-19: 02:48:00


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Created by: BookWorm579

Pronunciation: n: ob-SLAW-vee-it v: ob-SLAW-vee-ate

Sentence: Because Mary's obsloviate of a boyfriend made such a racket, the police had to shut down the party.

Etymology: Derived from "obnoxious" and "slob".

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: FIE-d'oh

Sentence: A common phrase heard whenever Filbert came around with his dog was 'Fidoh' because the dog was unruly and unmanageable and could be counted on to create havoc wherever it might roam.

Etymology: Blend of the generic pet name 'Fido' and the term 'D'oh' from the Simpsons sometimes indicating that something bad is about to happen.

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: ee ram sip ate

Sentence: Mary had a pet black ram, His name was OBAAAma, She eramcipated him one day, And landed in the slammer. ObAAAma sprung her from the joint, He did not want to disappoint, He pulled the wool o'er the warden's eyes, And Mary flocked off, without good byes. When OBAAma took our Mary home, Our Heroes looked like Mutton Jeff, But He said, "Mary, I love Ewe", And now Mary has a little lamb! Shears!

Etymology: Emancipate (to liberate, allow freedon to, to set free) & Ram (uncastrated adult male sheep)


Laughing so hard I can barely type! You are so BAAAA'D you are flambtastic! Luv it! - silveryaspen, 2009-03-19: 02:28:00

Definitely funny and creative. - kateinkorea, 2009-03-19: 20:23:00


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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: cray-zee-bow

Sentence: One drink and out of sight, my soon to be ex, goes totally crazybeau.

Etymology: crazy (wild, mad, uncontrolled) + beau (boyfriend)

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Created by: readerwriter

Pronunciation: diss-o-bee-dee-ahb-loh

Sentence: Yes, he was certainly a disobediablo. Contemplating the ceiling from her hospital bed of traction and her future plans for Hellmutt, her combination Pitt Bull-Chichuahua, Absentia knew even the Dog Whisperer couldn't help.

Etymology: DISOBEDIENT, meaning failing or refusing to obey + DIABLO, Spanish for devil


Devilishly clever. - Mustang, 2009-03-19: 19:27:00

hahaha! - chaiandallthatjazz, 2009-03-23: 16:03:00


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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: rampət

Sentence: Joan almost hated to get an invitation to a party. She knows her boyfriend will have a bit too much to drink and act like a fool. His rampet behavior may be funny to some but they don\'t have to clean up the mess he makes. Smacking him with a rolled-up newspaper only works for a short while.

Etymology: rampant (violent or unrestrained in action or performance) + pet (a domestic or tamed animal or bird kept for companionship or pleasure)

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: run fet terd

Sentence: Sally's boyfriend, Ron, was a wild thing. Even when they were at social gatherings, he knew no boundaries. Her friends thought that he needed to be housebroken, because he carried on runfettered...or in his case, Ronfettered. Yes, it was time for that trip to the Vet's clinic!

Etymology: Run (unrestricted freedom) & Unfettered (not bound by shackles and chains)

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Created by: Negatrev

Pronunciation: Pet-oh-nate

Sentence: Julie regretted petonating her boyfriend at her work do...she'll never live it down.

Etymology: from pet(A domestic or tamed animal or bird kept for companionship or pleasure and treated with care and affection) and detonate(cause to burst with a violent release of energy)

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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: tehr err eeeeeeeeee errr

Sentence: When Jo's terrorier was let loose He peed in the chilled orange juice He dismembered the turkey and to finish his work, he Attempted gran's ankles to goose!

Etymology: terrier, terror


Grrrrrr-oss sentence, Grrrrr-eat word! Even if it hard to say it three times fast! - silveryaspen, 2009-03-19: 13:37:00

its a limerick, did you spot it? - galwaywegian, 2009-03-19: 15:20:00

Yes, it is a one of the fun rhymes of today. Has such clever attention getting gimmick, it deserves a special name, so lets call it a gimmerick! - silveryaspen, 2009-03-19: 16:56:00

Funny....and his name was no doubt Fido. - Mustang, 2009-03-19: 19:27:00


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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-03-19: 00:01:01
Today's definition was suggested by silveryaspen. Thank you silveryaspen. ~ James

silveryaspen - 2009-03-19: 13:42:00
The creative humor of all was dog gone good today!

silveryaspen - 2009-03-19: 13:47:00
Kudos to the poets, too! Silly rhymes with that grain of true! And an upbleat to the one about ewe!

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-10-01: 00:20:00
Today's definition was suggested by silveryaspen. Thank you silveryaspen. ~ James

galwaywegian - 2010-10-01: 03:58:00

galwaywegian - 2010-10-01: 03:59:00