Verboticism: Romekneeno

'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: petaj

Pronunciation: third - wheel- er

Sentence: Gordon snaked his arm along the back of the lounge and looked longingly into Miranda's eyes. But only for a fleeting second! That amorous feeling had quickly dissipated when the thirdweiler prowled into the room making low growling noises and raising its hackles. The only drooling going on was the dog.

Etymology: third wheel (one who deters the couple's activities - just by being there) + Rottweiler (a breed of dog often used for guard dogs)


The alpha and omega of pun. Thank you :-) - emdeejay, 2008-12-05: 08:19:00

lovely - Jabberwocky, 2008-12-05: 12:40:00


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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: dôtərkoōlər

Sentence: Denise strongly encouraged her daughter Cindy to entertain her boyfriend at home. She would give them full use of the family room while she and Jim (Dad) would keep themselves busy in the kitchen. But Mom was a terrific daughtercooler. She would NEED the punch bowl or grill set from a closet at just the right moment to put a nyet blanket on any nefarious activities. Just a cough or clearing of the throat from the other room could send chills down Cindy's spine. On more than one occasion, Cindy searched the family room looking for a hidden video cam. In the end she decided that Mom must be psychic.

Etymology: Daughter (female offspring) cooler (a device or container for keeping things cool)


Who said you could write about my mother? - ladyiggy, 2008-12-05: 04:43:00

Love it. where can i get one and will it work for two daughters? - galwaywegian, 2008-12-05: 07:20:00

They just want to have some doggone fun... +1 - emdeejay, 2008-12-05: 08:23:00

made me laugh - Jabberwocky, 2008-12-05: 12:37:00

Great create. So straightforward you know immediately what it means! - silveryaspen, 2008-12-05: 15:26:00


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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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Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: ass-tri-not

Sentence: Wendy's Mom wasn't sure if her coidissing had any impact on her daughter, so she sent 5-year-old Cindy along with them on their date to orbit around them like an asstrynot.

Etymology: ass, try, not; astronaut


hitting form already! - galwaywegian, 2008-02-13: 06:42:00

Coidissing is also a great verbot! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-13: 12:49:00

very funny - Jabberwocky, 2008-02-13: 13:15:00

Nothing austronauty about to happen here! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-13: 16:43:00

i meant to write "astronauty" - but austronauty does have meaningful connotations! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-13: 17:17:00


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Created by: kimmarie

Pronunciation: ah-moor-ang-core

Sentence: The sun was setting, her eyes twinkled, the stars were aligned. As he slid closer to her on the coach a shadow appeared on the stairs. Her father, the amoranchor was poised to put an end to his ambitions.

Etymology: amor is Latin for love and anchor from english, meaning the weighing down of a boat so that it stays still and does not sail off into the sunset.

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: luh - BEE - doh -freez

Sentence: Maurice was feeling confident and sensed that Myrtle would be receptive to more ardent advances but suffered a major attack of libidofreeze when he heard her parents enter the house earlier than expected.

Etymology: Blend of libido and freeze


Anything with "libido" in it get's me chuckling! Great word! - Dougalistic, 2008-02-13: 04:41:00

Is that cold catching? (chuckling) - silveryaspen, 2008-02-13: 13:03:00

Do Eskimos suffer from "libidofreeze"?? Would an unwanted eskimo chaperone be a Peskimo? - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-13: 17:09:00


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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: soh berr man flin shur

Sentence: Rudolph, her sobermanflincher was the canine equivalent of a dip in the arctic ocean at christmas. Wwithin a matter of seconds Rudolph was the only one drooling in the room.

Etymology: doberman pinscher, sober man flincher geddit?


very funny - Jabberwocky, 2008-12-05: 12:41:00


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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: 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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