Verboticism: Klixon

'I can word back everything you repeat.'

DEFINITION: To engage in conversation while using a technical device, like a TV or computer, to keep you sharp, in case the discussion gets dull.

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Created by: Kyoti

Pronunciation: Click-ur-dick-ur

Sentence: Ramona always insisted on calling in the middle of CSI:Omaha, so I switched her to the bluetooth headset and proceeded to clickerdicker until she hung up after the 6th time I said "you're kidding" during an inappropriate pause.

Etymology: Clicker (TV remote or computer mouse) + dicker (haggle in a petty way)


the next time Ramona calls it will be a clickerdickerbicker - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-24: 10:23:00

If he's watching old TV shows, a Flickerclickerdickerbicker. - purpleartichokes, 2007-07-24: 10:25:00

and if it's an old kung fu show it could be a kickerflickerclickerdickerbicker - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-24: 10:59:00

And then when Hee Haw comes on, it's a pickerkickerflickerdickerbicker... Hang, on... I just need some oxygen. - Kyoti, 2007-07-24: 11:55:00

and if that gets a laugh out of you then it's a snickerpickerkickerflickerdickerbicker - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-24: 12:12:00

And if I have a mild heart-attack while laughing, it's a snickerpickertickerkickerflickerdickerbicker. - Kyoti, 2007-07-24: 18:31:00

I love words like this - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-24: 19:49:00


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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: rep-ar-take

Sentence: Ronnie's repartéch ruined Rita's reasoning as he wrongfully responded to her request while wrestling with the remote.

Etymology: repartée + technical


great word - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-24: 14:51:00


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Created by: kellii3

Pronunciation: con-vi-tech-ni

Sentence: my mum started arguing with me that i wasnt listening to what she was saying and that i waspaying more attention to what was on the t.v so i turned round and said to her i am listening im using convitechni.

Etymology: con-(convosation) vi-(not sure made it up) techni-(technical)


i love my new word - kellii3, 2007-07-24: 14:35:00


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Created by: irminem

Pronunciation: teck-com-mune

Sentence: In this technological era, most people are not comfortable engaging in face to face conversation; so they techcommune in order to keep the discourse lively.

Etymology: tech-from technology + commune-from communicate

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Created by: Wordhewer

Pronunciation: ho"-cus-FO'-cus

Sentence: I can't rely on Jeremy to clearly remember anything I tell him. He insists his hocusfocus -- diddling electronically while I'm trying to converse with him -- is adequate, but it's not.

Etymology: Derived from "hocus-pocus", suggesting a magical ability to concentrate adequately on two threads of thought at the same time.


I posted this not long before midnight... does the game end for the day then? - Wordhewer, 2007-07-25: 00:34:00

funny and I've always liked to say 'hocus-pocus' anyway - kabloozie, 2007-07-25: 13:36:00


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Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: tek-no-pow-wow

Sentence: She thought, if he technopowwowed her one more time she would run over the converter with her truck.

Etymology: tecno + powwow

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Created by: kabloozie

Pronunciation: CHAT-tee-CATH-ode

Sentence: He goes chattycathode whenever we talk about our wedding plans.

Etymology: Chatty Kathy (a talking doll from the 1950's) and cathode (as in cathode ray tube, the screen on a TV)


Hehe! I had one of those dolls! - purpleartichokes, 2007-07-24: 16:01:00


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Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: clix/on

Sentence: Klixon is a language that doesn't use vocal cords.

Etymology: Klingon + clicks

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Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: Giz-mol-O-kvee

Sentence: When his girlfriend began to pour out in minute detail her frustations about the inequality of women in the workplace, the man quickly turned to gizmoloquy

Etymology: From a blending of "gizmo": a small technological item; "mology" a slang term for technological wares such as laptops, phones, tv's etc, and "loquy" of colloquy: to converse.


very nice - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-24: 16:13:00

Great word. Does it matter, though (I'm new!) that the definition calls for a verb, and you made a noun? - Wordhewer, 2007-07-25: 00:38:00


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Created by: missmurder




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