Verboticism: Exgoggles

'Wow! She never looked that good when I was dating her...'

DEFINITION: n., A syndrome afflicting the recently separated in which the "ex" (i.e. ex-boyfriend, ex-girlfriend, ex-husband, or even an ex-mother-in-law) appears to be more attractive than ever before. v., To be attracted to your "ex".

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: iksītng

Sentence: Words cannot EXpress the emotion of Tim*s first EXsighting since their breakup. She looked so EXotic, so EXceptional he thought he might EXplode. He knew he had to make his EXit and EXpunge the thoughts he was having.

Etymology: ex (former) + sighting (manage to see or observe)


mrskellyscl exquisite word - mrskellyscl, 2010-01-26: 05:05:00


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Created by: badthing




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Created by: WordKing77

Pronunciation: Long-ad

Sentence: my ex is so hot, I think i have Longad syndrome.

Etymology: Longing-wanting; mourning Sad: Negative emotion

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Created by: frenchprof

Pronunciation: Eek-scellent, adjective, an ironic spell, what is ironic, spooky.

Sentence: Dude in purple: "I think I am not gay." Other dude: "Eekscellent!"

Etymology: Ancient Griffin, Eek from "Ikse" or "ironic" and "sceel" which means "spell"

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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: ob/sex/ive

Sentence: Jimmy was 'single' again, without any prospects and ran into his 'ex' Jenny and quickly fell into an obsexive state, wanting to be back with her. He began to obsex about his situation and this obsexiveness caused him to imbibe huge quantities of alcohol in a very short period of time.

Etymology: obsessive + ex


which would make Jimmy a very obnoxious obsexive - Jabberwocky, 2007-09-18: 12:36:00

... maybe a very obnexious obsexive - Stevenson0, 2007-09-18: 14:15:00


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Created by: Mrgoodtimes

Pronunciation: Reer - gog - uhls

Sentence: Spike felt his stomach churn when she walked in the room, his reargoggles filled his heart with regret once he saw his ex in her new sweatsuit.

Etymology: Rear (behind) - Goggles, similar to beer goggles, an altered reality

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Created by: muchiny

Pronunciation: PRI-us-amare

Sentence: [n. He looks so down when she walks by holding hands with her boyfriend, he might have priusamare.] [v. I'm sooo priusamare over my ex righ now...]

Etymology: Prius - Before in Latin Amare - Love in Latin

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Created by: brimuth

Pronunciation: rozy-speck-you-lies

Sentence: Whenever John saw Jean, his ex-girlfriend, he would subconciously rosiepeculise and view her as a beauty, which he had failed to notice before.

Etymology: To see things through "rose-tinted" spectacles i.e. much better than they really are!

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Created by: DaddyNewt


Sentence: Jimmy had the worst pangmorse of them all.

Etymology: pang +remorse

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Created by: ScrabbledEgg

Pronunciation: buh-bahy-poh-ler

Sentence: Joe could hardly stand her before they broke up, but now can't keep his eyes off of her. He's buh-byepolar.

Etymology: Buh-bye as in "See ya...don't let the door hit you in the ass!" + bipolar as in "bipolar disorder"


A great turn of words! - Scrumpy, 2007-09-18: 08:48:00


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