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'Sorry Auntie Em! I was thinking of my girlfriend...'

DEFINITION: v. To "accidentally" kiss someone in a manner is that is far too intimate given the current state of your relationship. n. An inappropriate kiss.

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: lip rek

Sentence: George's Uncle Fred brought his new wife Emilie over to visit. She was beautiful, young and had a delightful Parisienne accent, since she had just immigrated here. When George met her, he was star-struck at her chic appearance and sophisticated panache. His welcoming hug and kiss turned into a lipwreck when he tried to play tonsil hockey with her. Everyone was offended, including his new Aunt. George protested that he was only trying to make her feel welcome by giving her a French Kiss!

Etymology: Lip (fleshy folds of tissue as those surrounding the mouth;an impudent or insolent rejoinder)& Wreck (something or someone that has suffered ruin or dilapidation;smash or break forcefully) & Wordplay on Shipwreck (suffer failure, as in some enterprise;ruin utterly)

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Created by: wysware

Pronunciation: lip-slip

Sentence: we'd only known each other a few hours when he made a dreadful lipslip

Etymology: lips (mouth) slip (error)

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Created by: ahwinters

Pronunciation: kiss-ka-la-shun



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Created by: galwaywegian




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Created by: exmugger

Pronunciation: kiss-rape

Sentence: I must not kissrape my teacher no matter how sexy i think she is. (:

Etymology: rape someone of his/her kiss

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Created by: erasmus

Pronunciation: slop a snog a lism

Sentence: Dave was so tired he turned to greet Mary and gave her a slopasnogalism. She cowered in fear not knowing where to put herself.

Etymology: sloppy snogging and the act of not doing things correctly

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Created by: gregbatch




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Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: sli-pung

Sentence: John and Mary had a wonderful the dinner with their new neighbours. When the were leaving, it was all hugs and kisses -- until John slipongued the wife. They were not invited back.

Etymology: It was just slip of the tongue

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Created by: Adamson

Pronunciation: fro-id-kiss

Sentence: Sorry, it was subconscious, I did not mean to freudkiss you !

Etymology: Freud (Ziggy) + kiss

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Created by: Fleury

Pronunciation: oh-ver-in-dull-chay-VEE-ta

Sentence: I'd say that tonguing your cousin qualifies as overindolcevita.

Etymology: overindulge + La Dolce Vita ("the sweet life")

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bjorn bjorn - 2006-11-29: 18:36:00
kisshap is good. tonguetried is pretty funny.

wordmeister - 2006-11-29: 21:11:00
Flukiss sounds like an STD