Verboticism: Attendunce

'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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Masqcareering

hyperborean

Created by: hyperborean

Pronunciation: mask-kuh-reer-ing

Sentence: She wanted to be a scientist, but she was masqcareering as a carpenter because everyone in her family had been a carpenter going all the way back to Jesus.

Etymology: masquerading (pretending to be someone one is not) + career (a chosen profession)

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Nosegrindoffism

green

Created by: green

Pronunciation: nose-grind-off-ism

Sentence: For ten grueling years, Matt slogged at his accounting job, dragging himself into work each day, only to be berated by his boss for his inability to add two plus two. But Matt persevered, believing what his parent's taught him: nosegrindoffism will pay off eventually.

Etymology: bleeding nose, grindstone

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Dogmanagement

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: dôgmanijmənt

Sentence: Most people learn from their mistakes. Not so for John’s boss. Her style of dogmanagement is to stick to her plan no matter what. She also believes in sharing. When things go south, she will throw anybody and everybody under the bus.

Etymology: dogmatic (inclined to lay down principles as incontrovertibly true) + management (the process of dealing with or controlling things or people)

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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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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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Plantartica

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: PLAN-tahrk-ti-ka

Sentence: When his parents told him that they had secured for him a career in the cryogenic's industry, plantartica, and the feeling of being left out in the cold in a "dead-end" job, snap-froze ergoptimistic Bob unto his upwardly-mobile marrow.

Etymology: PLAN & ANTARCTICA: frozen, forsaken vocational void felt by those trapped by the doings of others, without any real plan of escape from undesired positions.

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COMMENTS:

sounds like a Canadian winter - Jabberwocky, 2008-04-28: 15:41:00

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Undertermining

Created by: scissorlips

Pronunciation: UN-der-term-MINE-ing

Sentence: The way our country clings to foreign policy which is so clearly flawed with such resolution can only be considered undertermining.

Etymology: From undermine: (to lessen or deplete the strength of) + determined: (no hesitation or wavering)

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Mobjective

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: mob jek tiv

Sentence: Vito had trouble adhering to his mobjective. His heart told him killing was not necessarily a good thing, but his bosses felt it was the only way to initiate him him into the family business, to prove his worth as a valued and trusted team member. The only way Vito could meet his mobjective was to try and shoot his victims, but just to mame, not to kill them. Once he had accomplished this, he was demotivated to learn that his uncles had enrolled him in gun school, so he could improve his marksmanship. Yes, he kept trying to get out, but they kept pulling him back in...

Etymology: mob (group:a disorderly crowd of people, a loose affiliation of gangsters in charge of organized criminal activities) & Objective ( the goal intended to be attained (and which is believed to be attainable)

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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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Dubya

youmustvotenato

Created by: youmustvotenato

Pronunciation: dub-yuh

Sentence: Gosh darnit, we're gonna dubya our way through this problem until we got "mission accomplished".

Etymology: George W (Dubya) Bush

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