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'Don't kitty me. Just put the food on the floor and get out!'

DEFINITION: To collect all the emotional energy you receive from one person, and then share it with the very next person you meet.

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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: trans/snub/stan/tia/shun

Sentence: What a weight off my shoulders to practice transnubstatiation on an ususpecting passerby after being snubbed by another.

Etymology: transubstantiation + snub


I can't help thinking I need a token for the turnstile when I read that word. ;)) - Kyoti, 2007-07-20: 10:39:00


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Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: m-o-t-op-A-thee

Sentence: The emotiopathy between the writers was emotagious.Their moodflings flew thither and fro for hours on end. It was "emocio-a-go-go."

Etymology: Blending of emotion and -pathy (as in telepathy)


good word. - galwaywegian, 2007-07-20: 07:13:00

Good sentence too. - purpleartichokes, 2007-07-20: 08:49:00

petaj They need a dose of homeoemotiopathy. - petaj, 2007-07-21: 06:35:00


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Created by: elron

Pronunciation: en-dor-fo-sis

Sentence: I could tell when Mary approached me that her endorphosis would be completely spilled on me.

Etymology: endorphin + osmosis

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Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: vibe-russ

Sentence: it started with Allan, who gave it to sue. She passed it on to Derek, who, in turn, gave it to the other Derek. Yep...there was a pretty sour Viberus spreading through the office today.

Etymology: vibe, virus


petaj Caustic vibrosis? - petaj, 2007-07-20: 05:18:00

Wow - a double-derek office. - purpleartichokes, 2007-07-20: 09:01:00

One of the Dereks needs a nickname, like "Trey". - Kyoti, 2007-07-20: 10:45:00

he already has one...he's 'the other Derek' - rikboyee, 2007-07-20: 19:05:00


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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: sahy/kuh/port

Sentence: My inability to deal with the immediate situation causes me to psychoport my feelings and emotions to the next person I run into.

Etymology: psychological + transport


I keep getting the feeling that I like it. I think I'm being psychoported! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-07-20: 19:03:00


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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: ee-mo-p-2-p

Sentence: Harold was happy being bald. Honest he was. But after he caught up with shiny-pated Bob who was emotionally disturbed by his own baldness, Harold couldn't help but emopeetoopee.

Etymology: emotion + p2p (peer to peer file sharing)


Bob could buy a toopee for his bald head. - Stevenson0, 2007-07-20: 07:01:00

Toopee, or not toopee? - Kyoti, 2007-07-20: 10:47:00

petaj It was the toopee bit that inspired the sentence about baldness. An alternative definition might be peer to peer smile sharing, if it's positive emotional energy. - petaj, 2007-07-21: 06:37:00


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Created by: mirandapearl


Sentence: "you are full of ignoridity today arent you?"


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Created by: Kyoti

Pronunciation: Kahr-may-dee-ate

Sentence: Billy knocked on the door, and when Jennifer opened it, she looked right at him and said, "I suppose you think this fixes everything!", then ran off and locked herself into the bathroom for an hour. While he waited impatiently on the couch, her Saint Bernard, "Mr. Tidwell", began to take a more than friendly interest in nuzzling Billy's sensitive areas. Before he caught himself, Billy glanced at Mr. Tidwell and karmadiated involuntarily, "I suppose you think this fixes everything".

Etymology: Karma + radiate


Hey Kyoti - keep going with your story - it's good but you still haven't used your word in a sentence - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-20: 11:09:00

I always forget that part. I'm too busy ducking from my boxlexia. This place is full of trap doors, you know? - Kyoti, 2007-07-20: 11:14:00

much better - funny story - maybe you should have named the dog Monica - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-20: 11:20:00

Mr. Tidwell did my verbotomy - snuffleupaguest. - purpleartichokes, 2007-07-20: 13:27:00

Well, see... Tidwell is a verbotomy too. Sobbbbb.... - Kyoti, 2007-07-20: 14:56:00

Or was that an anagram? Hmmm.... - Kyoti, 2007-07-20: 14:57:00

A subliminal mnemonic device? I dunno. - Kyoti, 2007-07-20: 14:58:00

And LOL @ snuffleupaguest. :)) - Kyoti, 2007-07-20: 14:58:00


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Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: dump-chump

Sentence: As soon as he heard that her dog mauled her big toe, he ran for the hills knowing full well he'd be dumpchumped.

Etymology: dump (to dispose of something) + chump (sucker, sitting duck)

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Created by: kabloozie

Pronunciation: die-a-re-tor-ick

Sentence: Since her divorce, I've been avoiding her - I'm so sick of her diarrhetoric.

Etymology: diarrhea + rhetoric

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Kyoti - 2007-07-20: 10:50:00
Ozzie's probably an emociologist on the side, and slightly emotipathic as a result. Must... transfer... moodflings.

Kyoti - 2007-07-20: 10:51:00
Sighhh... not again.