Verboticism: Sexumall

'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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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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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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Hoarderculturalist

ampruteanu

Created by: ampruteanu

Pronunciation: Whore-duhr-cuhl-choo-ruh-list

Sentence:

Etymology:

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COMMENTS:

ampruteanu Sorry, didn't understand fully. Thought this was referring to a person who compensates for lack of love, attention, by buying things. - ampruteanu, 2010-08-05: 07:58:00

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Lacksexumer

carlosrizo

Created by: carlosrizo

Pronunciation: lack-sex-sumer

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

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Buysexual

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: bīsekshoōəl

Sentence: When John and Mary married friends were concerned that John seemed to lack passion. What they didn’t realize was that Mary is buysexual and really doesn’t need John for that part of her life. A well-backed credit card is all she needs to feel satisfied.

Etymology: buy (obtain in exchange for payment) + bisexual (sexually attracted to both men and women)

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COMMENTS:

hahahaha! - galwaywegian, 2010-08-05: 05:14:00

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Purchaste

Created by: milorush

Pronunciation: (v., adj.) pər-ˈchāst, (n)ˈpər-ˈchas-tə-tē

Sentence: When Aaron married, he didn't realize that he was accepting a vow of purchastity that would result in an monstrous Visa balance and a poor credit rating.

Etymology: pur[chase] + chastity

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Phallacy

Created by: rebelvin

Pronunciation: PHALLic+fallACY

Sentence: His purchasing tools was just a phallacy, since he already had the only tool he needed for the job, but lacked the experience in using it.

Etymology: PHALLic+fallACY

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Dotcompensate

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: dot com pen sate

Sentence: Eddie lived a hermitic existance in a basement bedroom in his parents' house. He had no life other than that lived through his best friend, his computer. He called her Della, because she was a Dell, the romantic fool. Everyday he showered her with things he bought for her on e-bay and amazon and every imagineable shopping website. A fancy mousepad here, a scanner there, software programs to last her a lifetime. In other words, he dotcompensated for the fact that she was the only female who responded to him. Oh sure, sometimes she would freeze up if he had spoken harshly to her or she'd need her hard drive tweaked. To show his affection, he would go straight to a new site and order her something nice to make her happy. Yes, Eddie was one lonely geek, who's mother ever dispared of becoming a granny!

Etymology: dot.com (A company whose business is based around a website) & compensate (adjust or make up for;make up for shortcomings or a feeling of inferiority by exaggerating;the act of furnishing an equivalent thing in the place of another)

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COMMENTS:

love it! - galwaywegian, 2008-06-05: 05:35:00

excellent around. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-05: 23:42:00

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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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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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