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'Man! That's strong!'

DEFINITION: v. To return to the gym after a long layoff to discover that your muscles may be weak, but that your sweat is still strong. n. A person whose sweat is stronger than their muscles.

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: uh-ROM-un-a-ter

Sentence: Upon his return to the gym and his old workout routine, Vince's workout partners quickly learned that the stench of body odor he was giving off made him a particularly repulsive and very unlikeable aromanator.

Etymology: Blend of the words 'aroma' and 'emanate' and is a play on the word 'terminator' from a movie with that title.

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Created by: ravivalon

Pronunciation: mis-concept-per-spiration

Sentence: The warm good feeling of making the right choice by taking the “extreme body workout class” was fading quickly. Lara knew she can’t leave the room just 5 minutes after the class started. Obviously she had a misconceperspiration of what her body was capable of.

Etymology: misconception + perspiration.

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Created by: Stump

Pronunciation: Lim/berg/erg/wid/ness

Sentence: Tim's limbergerguidness after five minutes on the treadmill was a give away he wasn't keeping in shape.

Etymology: From that smelliest of cheeses - Limberger and languidness

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: jiməsīd

Sentence: As Joyce approached the club she wondered why there was such a mass exodus. She soon found out that Ralph had returned after a year\\\'s absence. He had convinced himself that he no longer needed the prescription deodorant his doctor given him and that the best way to get his pauncheesy body back into shape was to enroll in the zazzercise class. In doing so he almost committed gymicide.

Etymology: gym (a gymnasium) + homicide (murder)

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Created by: goldenspeechy

Pronunciation: mee-k-ree-k

Sentence: Having spent the entire Christmas break devouring turkey whilst locked in the house without deodorant, Charles knew that he would have to meekreek his flabby ass back to the gym asap.

Etymology: Meek - poor, weak muscles. Reek - stink. Eugh.

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Created by: Javeson1

Pronunciation: in-fur-men-shun

Sentence: Infermention is present in many cases of resolution-gym-joiners because they smell terrible and have not worked out in two months.

Etymology: intervention + ferment (= gross)


erasmus - erasmus, 2007-01-09: 11:07:00


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Created by: Carla

Pronunciation: soo-door-if-eeb-ul

Sentence: The personal trainers smirked to each other as yet another sudorifeeble walked through the gym doors in early January. Full of optimistic resolution, the dolts would sign up to a year's membership. But their feeble exercise attempts would only exert their sudoriferous glands.

Etymology: sudoriferous (bearing or secreting sweat) + feeble

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Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: ex - ur - spire

Sentence: Lonnie went to the gym to exerspire. The only obvious change in his flabby physique was the odorous sweat that poured off his body.

Etymology: exercise, perspire

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: reekaʊt

Sentence: He can't do many situps and not that many laps around the track but what Billy can do better than anybody else at the gym is sweat. His daily reekout can clear a room faster than a fire drill. After just a few minutes of huffing and puffing he looks like he jogged through the shower.

Etymology: reek (to smell strongly and unpleasantly) + workout (a structured regime of physical exercise)

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Created by: sodium

Pronunciation: hurt-speur-ray-shun

Sentence: Phoebe's sore muscles reminded her that for a few more weeks, her New Year's resolution was going to consist of a lot of hurtspiration.

Etymology: Hurt + perspiration

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Javeson1 - 2007-01-09: 00:37:00
Hey! No words up! I guess that means mine is first? (except it's not up either...)

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-01-09: 01:22:00
Hey Javeson1, You word is first! And it is showing up now. It's also very good. The people in the New Years resolution crowd do have a special aroma about them -- especially after several months of Infermention. ~ James

allwise - 2007-01-10: 02:12:00
yeah, infermention was a good one.