Verboticism: Libidofreeze

'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: 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: paperhoard

Pronunciation: Wood-in-ate-or

Sentence: Jim thought he was going to get lucky with the office secretary until the dreaded woodinator appeared from behind the water cooler. Jim's quickly turned into a stick of warm butter.

Etymology: Wood - as in "to be sporting wood" an erection. Terminator - a person or thing that terminates (i.e. the wood).


Oh what he wood'n'do! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-13: 13:11:00


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Created by: playdohheart

Pronunciation: fiz-ure

Sentence: Though he always thought fondly of his first love, he would never forget the two overprotective muscular fizzures that were her older brothers.

Etymology: Fizzle + Fissure


Instead of a fizure I'd rather have a sure fizz! Sex fizz is always better than a sex fizzle. Your creation sizzles! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-13: 13:29:00


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Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: hart-bray-k

Sentence: In the heat of passion, please protective us from parents, jealous pets, mischevious children, overprotective friends and relatives and all other heartbrakes.

Etymology: When our hearts meet passionately and others interrupt putting on the brakes ... they are heartbrakes.


clever - Jabberwocky, 2008-02-13: 13:23:00

Perhaps some want to prevent us from paying "heartbalm" or even ending up in "Heartbreak Hotel!?" Nice word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-13: 17:06:00

Cute brake me up! - Nosila, 2008-02-14: 00:26:00


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Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: /LUST-bus-ter/

Sentence: Nothing could spoil the mood like Andrea's dog, Fang. Like a true 'lustbuster' he had an uncanny ability to sense a sexual advance coming on — Todd didn't even have to make a move toward her — all he had to do was just think about putting an arm around Andrea, and the flea-bitten cur would lift his head and start snarling at him.

Etymology: lust - intense sexual desire or appetite (Old Norse, lyst "desire") + buster - a person who breaks up something (Origin: 1825–35, Americanism; bust & -er)


lol! Excellent choice of words Tigger. :) - Dougalistic, 2008-02-13: 04:40:00

Simple but effective. - ErWenn, 2008-02-13: 10:13:00

Haven't we seen this before for a different definition? It's so good, twice is nice! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-13: 13:04:00

Nice word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-13: 17:06:00

Doggone, Todd! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-13: 19:36:00

I didn't recall it being used here before silveryaspen, but if it was I apologize. I was thinking of rhyming the word 'lust' and 'bust' and thought it kinda sounded like 'dustbuster'. - Tigger, 2008-02-14: 00:30:00

Apologies to Stevenson0 — he submitted 'Lustbust' for a similar definition in January. It must've been stuck in the back of my head... it was such a good word. - Tigger, 2008-02-21: 02:20:00


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Created by: DaddyNewt

Pronunciation: kon/KYOO/pi/kwel

Sentence: Larry's prurient urges were concupiquelled by by the mangy beast.

Etymology: concupiscence + quell


very nice - Jabberwocky, 2008-12-05: 12:36:00

Great stuff - OZZIEBOB, 2008-12-07: 04:49:00


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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: leh-BEE-dobe-strukt

Sentence: The Doberman that Harriet's dad had trained to become loudly aggressive to libidobstruct Norman when it became apparent that he was making any effort to come on to or move too close to Harriet proved to be a very effective, leaving Norman intimidated and frustrated.

Etymology: Blend of 'libido' (sexual instinct or sexual drive) and 'obstruct' (to interrupt, hinder, or oppose the passage, progress, course, etc., of)

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Created by: karenanne

Pronunciation: wet BLANK et ten dent

Sentence: Randy's little sister, Prissy, was his unwitting wetblankettendant. Every time he thought he and his girlfriend had the house to themselves after school and decided to get a little frisky, Prissy would bound into the house, yelling things like, "Raaandeee! There's some lady out here selling subscriptions, so you should talk to her!" or "Raaandeee! Dad said yesterday that it's your turn to do the weeding, and it had better be done before he gets home!"

Etymology: wet blanket (one who spoils others' fun; a killjoy) + attendant (one who accompanies another)

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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: soup err droup err

Sentence: Rex was the perfect superdrooper, his smell alone had been known to counteract two viagra and a bottle of chianti.

Etymology: supertrooper(ask your parents if you're too young to remember ABBA), droop.


Great etymology ... even if recognizing it is outageous of me! Silly rhymes ... passing times ...your verbot does both for we! Ryhming, too! Your verbot has much for all! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-13: 13:34:00

Mama Mia, funny word! - purpleartichokes, 2008-02-13: 19:21:00

Interesting word. Sic em Rex! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-13: 19:29:00


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Created by: emdeejay

Pronunciation: show ver row ver

Sentence: Candy was a carefree spirited soul whose adherence to her father Bob's moral standards could only be described as loose. Whilst this made her popular around many ends in town, her frolicksome nature was an embarrassment to Bob, as she would often attend the Sunday service looking a tad unkempt. After answering the door to yet another 'suitor' whose agenda was barely hidden, Bob decided to act. No longer would he watch them come and go. Only gents cut from the finest of cloth would be suitable for his Candy. He quickly hatched a plan, and the pup arrived the next day. By walking him past the towns seediest establishments, Bob trained the dog in the art of pheremone detection. When he took a shining to Candy, Bob knew he had done it! No more would you notice an errant hormone under his roof. After a few acid tests they named him in honour of his waftily touted snout: Chauvirover.

Etymology: (Male) Chauvinist: Man who demeans and objectifies women, often sexually. Rover: Standard issue canine name. Innuend... oh, never mind.


Very clever. Never thought of a guard dog before as a chastity belt! - silveryaspen, 2008-12-05: 01:55:00

petaj Shove her over! - petaj, 2008-12-05: 02:34:00

a diamond in the "ruff" - Jabberwocky, 2008-12-05: 12:36:00

rover shows up it.. - mweinmann, 2008-12-06: 09:16:00


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