Verboticism: Phallacy

'So how are you adjusting to married life?'

DEFINITION: v. To compensate for lack of love, attention and/or sexual favors by buying things, lots of things. n. An object purchased to compensate for sexual dawdling.

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Sexstitute

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: sex/sti/toot

Sentence: When Joe and Jenny were having an extended fight and not talking to each other, Joe would sexstitute with the purchase of many big ticket items.

Etymology: SEXSTITUTE - verb - from SEX + SUBSTITUTE

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COMMENTS:

Excellent! - Mustang, 2008-06-05: 18:36:00

good one - Nosila, 2008-06-05: 19:35:00

good word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-05: 23:47:00

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Comspendsation

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: kom-spend-sey-shuhn

Sentence: Ron is having trouble adjusting to the fact that his wife earns far more than he does. He is also is not happy with how much time she spends on work and not him. His comspendsation might just solve this little dilemma by sending them into bankruptcy or divorce court.

Etymology: compensation (a mechanism by which an individual attempts to make up for some real or imagined deficiency of personality or behavior by developing or stressing another aspect of the personality or by substituting a different form of behavior) + spend (to pay out, disburse, or expend; dispose of money, wealth, resources, etc.)

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Weddedbling

Created by: scrabbelicious

Pronunciation: |wɛdɛdblɪŋ|

Sentence: The absence of satisfactory relations lead Mary to develop a mild to severe case of weddedbling.

Etymology: A divorcing of wedded bliss and subsequent uniting of wedded bling. Wedded: A legal agreement between couples to ignore each other. Bling: Items of consumer fancy, usually tacky/second rate/imitation in origin.

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Consumorgasm

green

Created by: green

Pronunciation: consume orgasm

Sentence: Stacey stroked the Gucci bag lovingly. As she reached for her credit card she experienced an intense consumorgasm that left her panting for more. She was only held back from achieving multiple consumorgasms when her credit maxed out. Alas, she could not purchase any more Gucci purses.

Etymology: consumer orgasm

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Purchosexual

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: pur-cho-SEK-shoo-uhl

Sentence: Roxie never had the slightest intention of consummating her marriage to Bob. After all, think of the danger: children are expensive, leaving little for spend-ups on yourself. Initially, naturally, Bob raised objections to the idea, but gradually she made him see the 'wisdom of her ways. What's more realizing that he had plenty of money to indulge himself with, he began splurging with a red hot passion in procuring the most exotic screws. Still, at times, he did feel that he had been toolshedded; though life was certainly not without its ups and downs as a purchosexual.

Etymology: PURCH of purchase & SEXUAL, as in metrosexual, retrosexual, fauxmosexual. Cognate:purchosexuality

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COMMENTS:

love the sound of this and a great funny sentence - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-05: 15:50:00

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Sexersatz

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: sex-er-sats

Sentence: Jill wondered why Jack was converting their den into a gym to put all his sexersatz equipment. Everytime he went to the mall he was buying more weights.

Etymology: sex: (tee-hee)+ exercise: some men will use exercise as a way to channel their tensions and frustrations + ersatz: an inferior substitute

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Shopualgratification

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: shop u awl gra ti fi cay shun

Sentence: Yesterday it was her turn. He bought her two dozen long stems! 'That should buy me some time,' he thought. He felt shopuallygratified again with today's purchases...power tools, ahhhh!

Etymology: From sexual gratification and to shop.

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COMMENTS:

shop till you drop... - Nosila, 2009-07-23: 19:28:00

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Celibaspree

Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: /SEL-uh-buh-spree/

Sentence: Donald had now been married for six years — the 'honeymoon' period was long over — and his wife no longer looked for excuses to spend time with him; quite the opposite, in fact. Having little else to occupy his attention, he spent most of his spare time in the garage restoring his old Mustang. Once he got into it, he found all sorts of extra parts, tools and accessories he could buy for the car. Donald went on a celibaspree, buying new spoilers, chrome valve covers, and new seats for Rose's birthday... Rose was the name of Donald's Mustang, not his wife, (he'd been so busy with the car, he'd forgotten his wife's birthday this year).

Etymology: Celibacy - abstention from sexual relations (from L. cælibatus "state of being unmarried") + Spree - a period, spell, or bout of indulgence; e.g. a shopping spree (alteration of Fr. esprit "lively")

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COMMENTS:

great word - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-05: 15:49:00

Excellent. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-05: 23:37:00

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Matadote

tgulden422

Created by: tgulden422

Pronunciation: MAT-uh-dote

Sentence: Guy 1: "Bought her a $5000 bracelet as a token of my affection." Guy 2: "Desperate much? Way to matadote."

Etymology: Mata - material, dote - to love in excess

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Lacksexumer

carlosrizo

Created by: carlosrizo

Pronunciation: lack-sex-sumer

Sentence:

Etymology: Lack (absence) Sex Sumer (from consumer)

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