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DEFINITION: n., A person who exudes confidence and a strong offensive odor. v., To be blithely yet resolutely unaware of one's own odors.

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Created by: lalaland





hey this is the creater. sorry i did not put the other stuff needed. ill give it to you here. Pronunciation: Yo-po-duh Sentence: He was very yopoded. Etymology: The word is from spain. It started off meaning to smell unruling. In 1944 the meaning was altered and changed to be unaware of one's odors. - lalaland, 2010-02-01: 16:26:00


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Created by: bookowl

Pronunciation: smelf/ass/ured

Sentence: To be smellfassured requires confidence and a strong manly smell.

Etymology: smell + self-assured


metrohumanx Funny ! We want to read more.... - metrohumanx, 2008-09-02: 12:26:00


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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: mal-oh-dor-BLIV-yis

Sentence: Leonard perceived himself to be a real hunk and thoroughly irresistible to women but he was actually malodorblivious, totally unaware of the putrid odor he exuded due to his poor hygiene habits and the only heads that were turned were those who turned away to avoid the unpleasantness of his aroma.

Etymology: Blend of 'malodorous' (having an unpleasant or offensive odor; smelling bad) and 'oblivious' (unmindful; unconscious; unaware)

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Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: sten-CHUTZ-pa

Sentence: Bob was a bit of a nidork, blithely unaware of the effect his dyspongnosis had on others. Often he would loudly exclaim: "Here I am again, fragrant as a rose." Frequently office conversations were punctuated by puffs of perfume as this self-assured stenchutzpa sauntered by. Even the suggestion that he should take up "Pong Shui" was meet with the usual response of "no sweat." But when he resolutely declared that he didn't come down in the last shower his fellow workers could take no more.

Etymology: Stench & chutzpa; boldness, brashness, gall, effrontery, Nidork (nidor & dork); Dyspongnosis: condition of bad smell; Pong shui (shoo away the pong)


Anuddergudun! - Scrumpy, 2007-10-02: 08:58:00


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Created by: ajnemajrje

Pronunciation: Pronounced exactly as you woudl arrogant but with the a hand gesture of waving a smell away

Sentence: That John sure is airogant

Etymology: replace the arr in the word arrogant with AIR

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: ignərsent

Sentence: Harold tries to act all ignorscent about his poor hygiene. He has yet to use up the bar of soap he unwrapped last May. At this rate his toothbrush should remain pristine well into the next decade. Secretly, he is just as happy when people recoil in his presence. It means he doesn*t have to deal with them or all those pesky human emotions. He just slinks off to work on his computers. His computers don*t mind his stench at all.

Etymology: ignorant (lacking knowledge or awareness in general) + ignore (refuse to take notice of or acknowledge; disregard intentionally) + scent (a distinctive smell)

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Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: uh-bliv-ee-oh-der-ig-nuh-rey-muhs

Sentence: Ken thought he looked really buff today, buff enough to waltz around the office in his sweaty work-out rags, his stained wife-beater and tight biking shorts which left nothing to the imagination. When he sat down at his desk, he noticed a sticky note on his computer screen that read, "you are an obliviodorignoramus!"

Etymology: oblivious + odor + ignoramus

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Created by: astorey

Pronunciation: a/noy/sum

Sentence: After his divorce, Brian was back on the market and ready to let everyone in the office know it. Not that they had any doubt, as you could smell his Drakkar Noir from several offices away. No one was brave enough to confront Brian and his annoysome grooming habits, for fear that he would lapse back into his self-pitying wallow.

Etymology: Combination of annoy and noisome: offensively malodorous


metrohumanx Wow. You pull no punches. I like it, astorey! - metrohumanx, 2008-09-02: 12:17:00


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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: in-cog-ni-sent

Sentence: Jeff seemed totally incogniscent of how odorous he was. He believed that the girls thought he was adorable; unfortunately, he was only odorable.

Etymology: incognizant: to lack knowledge of or to be unaware or conscious of + scent: distinctive odor

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: dis stink shun

Sentence: Des had an air of distinkshun about him.His Dad had started the manufacturing plant and gave it to Des. He reeked of old money and the stench of entitlement. He knew he would be a great catch and acted like he was a scentsation and coming up roses. In fact, he was coming up noses and his lack of personal hygiene coupled with his lunchtime run made others fume. His abundant money did not make him scentsible...he just made the olfactory smell!

Etymology: Distinction (high status importance owing to marked superiority;a distinguishing quality) & Stink (reek, bad smell) & Shun (avoid, censure)

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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-10-02: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by IneffableDawn. Thank you IneffableDawn! ~ James

lumina - 2008-09-04: 00:51:00
Oooooo...I get so excited when I win! I'd like to thank...of course parents...for without them I wouldn't be here...the academy of agent...oh wait, I don't have one...(music starts to play me out)OH! There's that music!!! Um...and...Well, I guess this means...You LIKE me...You really, really LIKE me!

lumina - 2008-09-04: 07:27:00
Hey...hours ago it said "I" won. ? Oops...never mind... *blush*

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-02-01: 00:21:00
Today's definition was suggested by OZZIEBOB. Thank you OZZIEBOB. ~ James