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'It's about my husband's new prescription? '

DEFINITION: n. An unintended consequence of medical or psychological therapy, especially if the therapy is supposed to make you feel "young again".

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Created by: imashelcha

Pronunciation: Just like euthenasia.

Sentence: "It makes you younger, but I think you're better off dead. You, sir, have a case of youthenasia."

Etymology: Youth + euthenasia.


Clever! - silveryaspen, 2007-12-31: 10:55:00


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Created by: sosibo1

Pronunciation: p-S-aa-i-kid-ii-gra

Sentence: His new macho ways must have resulted in some kind of psykiddigra, he's been a changed man since consulting that suspicious doctor of his.

Etymology: Psychological + kid + viagra

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Created by: swetty

Pronunciation: like this word

Sentence: is a briliant word...i don't know what is but is cool

Etymology: aaaa

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Created by: paintergrl1313

Pronunciation: oc-to-gin-air-ics

Sentence: These octogenerics are making my husband at like he's going through puberity.

Etymology: octogenarian + generic (pills)

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Created by: bobofet




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Created by: inias

Pronunciation: senior-ection

Sentence: 77-year-old Bill tried to fight off the intense feeling of seniorection, caused by the enhancement pills, after he saw a beautiful woman go past him.

Etymology: senior + erection


Quite a suggestive word! - silveryaspen, 2008-01-01: 19:55:00


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Created by: gemmgemms

Pronunciation: ey-ja-oo-p-sa

Sentence: The pills had a serious ageoops on his personality.

Etymology: age + oops:accident

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Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: /pyoob-skrip'-shun/

Sentence: Mildred had read the literature and warnings for what she was calling "Harvey's pubescription" three times now, but nowhere did it say that the little blue pills might cause him to try to breakdance, or to wear his pants so low that his boxers would stick out.

Etymology: pubescence - the onset of puberty (from Latin, pubertatem "age of maturity") + prescription - a prescribed medicine or other treatment (from Latin, past participle of praescrībere)


Chuckling ... this is a word I will forever be tempted to use instead of viagara or the other prescriptions that serve the same purpose! - silveryaspen, 2007-12-31: 11:01:00


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Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: second-wild-hood

Sentence: "He's in his secondwildhood" the wife said to the doctor who was prescribing her husband's viagara.

Etymology: simply a play on the words second childhood ... to reflect how viagara makes it a second wildhood!

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Created by: Yaakova

Pronunciation: Pill-snap-er

Sentence: After three months on her prescription, Jill became aware of her pillsnapper: the urge to fingerpaint.

Etymology: pill + whippersnapper

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zebrahdh - 2008-01-03: 19:10:00
Geriactive is spelled wrong in the example.