Verboticism: Dysmission

'Do you think I should stick to the plan?'

DEFINITION: v. To stick to your plan even though you've realized it's dumb. n. A stupid plan, especially if it's a career plan suggested by parents, teachers or guidance counselors who want you to be something that you're not.

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Momentdumb

Created by: arrrteest

Pronunciation: moe-ment-dum

Sentence: Jillian had an epiphany about her present course of action, but her momentdumb prevented her from avoiding the train wreck that was approaching.

Etymology: momentum, an impelling force or strength + dumb, slow to learn or understand; lacking intellectual acuity

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COMMENTS:

Best of the day! - Mustang, 2008-04-28: 21:22:00

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Attendunce

Created by: pieceof314

Pronunciation: uh-ten-duns

Sentence: Looking back at Olivia's singlemindedness of attendunce to do stupid things even though she knew it would harm her in the end, led her psychiatrist to prescribe her medicine for OCD.

Etymology: attend + dunce

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Planglomania

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: plan/glow/mane/eea

Sentence: Jane's planglomania invloves recreating an English village in Northern Ireland.

Etymology: plan + anglomania ( craze for English institutions and customs)

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Jobborn

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: jäbərn

Sentence: Morris was never suited his profession but he is very jobborn. His parents always wanted him to be a doctor so that’s what he is. The fact that he faints at the sight of blood makes his life a lot more difficult.

Etymology: job (a paid position of regular employment) + stubborn (having or showing dogged determination not to change one\'s attitude or position on something)

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Portfolidiocy

Created by: Rutilus

Pronunciation: Port-fole-idi-oh-see

Sentence: Sally always took jobs she wasn't meant for. Her CV would show one portfolidiocy after another.

Etymology: Portfolio - selection of skills + idiocy - act of stupidity

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Realisidiot

Created by: chingbangwa

Pronunciation: ree-yal-ee-see-dee-yot

Sentence: Adam was determined to jump from his roof into his car. He knew it was stupid but its what he always wanted to do. He knows hes being a realisidiot but he is going to do it anyway.

Etymology: Realise(Be fully aware or cognizant of) + idiot (A person of subnormal intelligence)

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Careerdumb

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: kəri(ə)rdəm

Sentence: Cindy finished college and entered the world of careerdumb, taking a job that she doesn't like and isn't in her her field of study. To make matters worse her new coworkers resent that her dad pulled the strings that put her in a position she is barely qualified for. Managing a store that sells plush animals will do nothing to further her career as a veterinarian.

Etymology: career (an occupation undertaken for a significant period of a person's life) + dom (suffix forming nouns: denoting a state or condition) + dumb (stupid)

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Perstubb

Created by: rebelvin

Pronunciation: perSIST+stubbORN

Sentence: Perstubbing beyond reason, the man continued riding the scooter to and from work during the coldest winter in history, and even sufferred a bout of frostbite, all the while preferring to talk of how much he had saved on gas.

Etymology: perSIST+stubbORN

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Vocationono

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: vo-cay-shun-NO-no

Sentence: By following his mentor's recommendation to pursue a career in a field he truly hated, Larson was committing vocationono and was on a path to certain failure and while seeking short term fulfillment he was oblivious to the long term disappointments.

Etymology: Blend of vocation and no no

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COMMENTS:

metrohumanx What is work? Work is STRUGGLE! -Chairman Moe ....gret word, Muz! - metrohumanx, 2009-06-08: 05:05:00

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Discomjobulated

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: dis - com - job - you - lay - ted

Sentence: Joy did not want to be a comedian. When she was up on stage she felt all discomjobulated. Everyone else thought she was funny and wanted her to continue entertaining but she did not find any of this enjoyable. In fact, the more she made people laugh, the more she felt like crying.

Etymology: discombobulated (confused, embarrassed, Upset; broken, mixed up), job

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mrskellyscl So, would her anxiety be considered discomjobrelated? - mrskellyscl, 2009-06-08: 08:00:00

probably! - mweinmann, 2009-06-08: 11:34:00

hyperborean Your sentence made me laugh out loud! Love it! - hyperborean, 2009-06-08: 21:35:00

DrWebsterIII love the the word and the sentence made me pee in my pants - DrWebsterIII, 2009-06-08: 23:13:00

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