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'I quit! I'm free!'

DEFINITION: n. A feeling of euphoria which occurs when you finally quit your boring, mind-numbingly dull, and emotionally unrewarding job. v. To quit your job and feel good about it.

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Created by: heb319

Pronunciation: kwit or gaz um

Sentence: When she quit her job selling widgets, the quitorgasm Marie experienced pleased her so much she nearly passed out from ecstasy.

Etymology: quit orgasm

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Created by: iwasatripwire

Pronunciation: ex-IT-uh-RAY-shun (like exhilaration but with a T)

Sentence: As I hung up my stupid Starbucks apron for the very last time, I was overwhelmed by a feeling that could only be described as exitaration.

Etymology: exhilaration + exit

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Created by: bookowl

Pronunciation: after/joon/dee/lite

Sentence: Afterjunedelight is what every teacher experiences at the end of term.

Etymology: afternoon delight (song made famous by Starland Vocal Band) + june


metrohumanx After the grating of papers? - metrohumanx, 2008-07-14: 18:57:00

A+ - Stevenson0, 2008-07-14: 20:04:00


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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: mc/stuh/see

Sentence: After quitting his McJob, Joe pranced out the front door of McDonald's in a state of mcstasy and danced all the way home, proud that he stood up to and finally made a statement about the exploitive fast food industry of America.

Etymology: McSTASY - noun - from McJOB (a job at McDonald's, or similar type minimum wage job at Wal Mart, KFC, Arby's) + ECSTASY (euphoria, rapturous delight)

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Created by: groklord





this word comes from the latin root "defung", meaning 'to quit'. - groklord, 2007-05-04: 19:48:00


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Created by: Pasicheio

Pronunciation: Hap-You-Lay-Shun

Sentence: having finally quit his job, John felt overwhelming hapulation

Etymology: Happy; Elation

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: re-tyr-yew-FOR-ya

Sentence: When Jason finally acted on his desire to leave his mind dulling and stress inducing job he immediately experienced a huge wave of retireuphoria and began planning what to do with all his new found idle time.

Etymology: Blend of 'retire' (intr v. to withdraw from one's position or occupation) and 'euphoria' (a feeling of happiness, confidence, or well-being)

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Created by: Rogan


Sentence: He quit! A wave of resignophoria washed over him. FInally, he was able to continue with his childhood ambition of a career in cannibalism.

Etymology: resignation + euphoria

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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: free-lay-tion

Sentence: The sense of freelation that Ross experienced as he left the building was exhilarating. Someone once told him that a person can say anything they want on their last day of work, and he did. Carrying the remnants of the last 5 years in his little box, he had no doubt that with his special skills and exceptional talent he could find work in no time at all. There was another McDonald's just down the street. Surely they needed an experienced burger flipper. And if they weren't hiring, there was a Wendy's, a Burger King, a Sonic, and a Dairy Queen within walking distance.

Etymology: free: not imprisoned, having liberty, to not be under the control of the will or obligation to another + elation: an exhilarating phychological state of pride and optimism, and absence of depression


nice - galwaywegian, 2009-11-20: 08:39:00

artr When I was in charge of hiring I used to see any number of resumes from what i called job frogs who hopped from menial job to menial job, quitting at the drop of a hat when things didn\'t go their way. :-) - artr, 2009-11-20: 13:52:00


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Created by: omniscientamnesiac

Pronunciation: lahy-beyn-m

Sentence: He was filled with libainam, after telling his boss to shove it.

Etymology: Lib from the term liberate; ainam from the literal reverse of the word mania.

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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-05-04: 02:10:00
Today's definition was suggested by ohmytodd.
Thank you ohmytodd! ~ James

petaj petaj - 2007-05-04: 03:24:00
So many good words already. I'll have to think about this after I exit MPOW, and head for the carpark. (Only vehiciousexiting going on at this time of the day) I wonder if there will be even a minor thrill as I'm only leaving for a long weekend.

Jabberwocky - 2007-05-04: 14:08:00
I heard this one years ago but I can't let the day go without passing it on to people who like funny word combos - Today is Star Wars Day - "May the 4th be with you"!!

wordmeister - 2007-05-06: 23:31:00
Maybe we should do a Star Wars week...

hooterbug hooterbug - 2008-07-14: 11:42:00
Discombobulated! One of my all-time favorite words, nice to see it used.

lumina - 2008-07-14: 14:35:00

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-11-20: 00:02:00
Today's definition was suggested by ohmytodd. Thank you ohmytodd. ~ James