Verboticism: Libidavise

'Don't worry, my dad trained him'

DEFINITION: v., To counsel patience and caution when it comes to romantic endeavors. n., An unexpected or unwanted chaperon who has a special knack for "putting ice on it" when people get the "hots".

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Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: Ee-rodj-uh-NOT

Sentence: It was during "Love In Orbit", the latest spacebuster about two erogenauts with stars in their eyes, that Julie, Bob's daughter, and her boyfriend's romantic amplexations grew stronger. And at the height of their deosculating - but to their impending horror - they failed to see Ted, their contracupiscent chaperone and ever alert erogenot, coming swiftly along the aisle.

Etymology: EROGENOT: blend of Erogenous: amorous,libidinal, arousing sexual desire & NOT. CONTRACUPISCENT: Contra & cupiscent of Concupiscent.) AMPLEXATION:(Embracing)& DEOSCULATE:(Kiss affectionally) both from "Dict Of Endangered English" By Grambs.


terrific - Jabberwocky, 2008-12-05: 12:38:00

Was hoping someone would spin a sentence about 'three is a crowd' and you did it so beautifully showing it still is and always will be. Great words, too. - silveryaspen, 2008-12-05: 15:23:00


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Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: vur - jen - a - tor

Sentence: Dad had a secret weapon “Butch” (aka the “vurgenator”). Once my sisters and I started to notice boys, dad handily rescued him from the local pound. Dad knew just the right moment to launch him into any room of the house before things got too romantic. Butch would stand in front of the lucky couple, teeth barred, growling until it was “hands off” all around…..

Etymology: The word starts with a play on the word virgin (pure and vestal modesty, a woman with no sexual experience) + Urge (to recommend or push, urge also means a strong desire to do something)+ the suffix (ator)(Latin: a suffix that forms masculine nouns from verbs. The nouns denote people who perform the action of the base verb as well as instruments, machines and similar things performing or used to perform the action of the base verb....used in words such as terminator, dictator or gladiator

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Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: lust - bust - ur

Sentence: Denise's mom ran to get the lustbuster when she noticed her daughter's date putting his arm around her. Duke's imposing stature and menacing growl soon cooled things off in the living room.

Etymology: lust (strong sexual attraction/urges)+ buster (someone or something who breaks things up)

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: li-bee-doh-in-ter-RUP-tus

Sentence: When Shane failed to pick up on Salome's hints about controlling his impulses she knew she could count on her pooch Libby to come to her rescue merely by pretending to be in a a state of distress.

Etymology: Blend of 'libido' (sexual instinct or sexual drive) and 'interruptus (INTERRUPT to break off or cause to cease, as in the middle of something)

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: jiztäpō

Sentence: Jim and his girlfriend had just settled down for a good mutual groping when the Jizzstapo made its presence known. Despite the fact that the *rents had adjourned to the basement to watch TV, Mom found an excuse to pass through the living room about every 20 minutes. First it was forgotten slippers, then an already-read book. When she ran out of lame excuses, Mom decided it was time to play the piano that just happened to be in the living room. The couple had about as much privacy as if they were sitting in a bus station.

Etymology: jizz (sperm) + Gestapo (the German secret police under Nazi rule) + stop (come to an end; cease to happen)


sehr gut! - Nosila, 2010-05-04: 00:39:00


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Created by: contratempo




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Created by: Mangaplump

Pronunciation: Manga-plump

Sentence: U have a nice Mangaplump.


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Created by: ianbkk

Pronunciation: WOE - cowboy

Sentence: Her woecowboy of a bestfriend walked in just as I was getting into my stride.

Etymology: Woe - sadness and a play on 'whoa'


Excellent! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-13: 12:51:00


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Created by: XMbIPb

Pronunciation: /li-bi-do-na-tor/

Sentence: Q.: "Sylvia looked so hot in that tight little black cocktail dress. But that cantankerous old fella hovering around... wow... what a total libidonator. Who IS that guy by the way." A.: "That 'guy' is her Mother. My wife. I am Sylvia's Dad incidentally. And your name is...?"

Etymology: LIBIDONATOR (n.,) {libidonate, v.} - from "libido": sex drive, desire to procreate, integral part of id (see Z. Freud); "nator" - suffix derived from the character of 'TERMINATOR,' a merciless android played by Arnold Schwarzennegger in the series of films by the same name.

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Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ˈmeɪdṇˌfɛns/

Sentence: Even though her parents were out of town, her obnoxious nudgwink of a little brother kept making lewd comments every time I even looked at her, and that was enough of a maidenfence to keep me from even thinking about any hanky-panky.

Etymology: from maiden(head) + fence. Kinda looks like it has "defense" in there too.


K/nightly sword play! (fencing) Evokes the romaticism of a past age of chivalry. Very nice verbot! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-13: 13:09:00


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