Verboticism: Villainet

'You're going to step on my droppings...'

DEFINITION: v. To display your power in social network by picking on the weaker members of the community. n. A person who steps on other people's toes and kicks bunnies.

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Blunderella

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: blun-der-EL-lah

Sentence: Ellen was known (behind her back, of course) as blunderella for her lousy social skills and the appellation was derived from her uncanny ability to immediately turn a friendly discussion into a disaster thru her mindless though unintended insults which usually targeted the most innocent of the participants.

Etymology: Blend of Blunder and the name Ella, a far fetched play on the name Cinderella.

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COMMENTS:

What happens to her at midnight??? - Nosila, 2009-05-22: 00:10:00

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Snarkastigrinch

Created by: CanadianAndyCapp

Pronunciation: Snar-kast-i-grin-ch

Sentence: After failing to impress the other members of the War of 1812 onelist chat group with his badly researched and spurious historical submissions. Colin sought to boost his own ego by attacking the work of others and where that failed, to make the criticisms personal. For this he was rapidly branded as a Snarcastigrinch by the rest of the group.

Etymology: Snarkastic -(Sarcastic)- The lowest form of wit. (Snarky)- Geordie form of bad-tempered. / (Grinch)- see Dr. Seuss.

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COMMENTS:

nice - Jabberwocky, 2008-04-02: 11:36:00

Clever blend! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-04-02: 20:42:00

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Sociabully

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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: so-sha-bul-ly

Sentence: Janet,the sociabully vilified Mrs. Sweetly at the red hat ladies luncheon so nastily that even Mr. Rodgers would have imagined booting her out of the neighborhood.

Etymology: social:relating to human society and its members + bully: a person habitually cruel and overbearing (wordplay on "sociable")

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Alphamalevolent

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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: alpha-mail-ev-a-lent

Sentence: Lex was clearly the alphamalevolent in the group as shown by the way he traumatised sweet little Angela with his bullying.

Etymology: alpha male (one who others defer to) + malevolent (harmful, injurious)

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ooh - very nice blend - Jabberwocky, 2008-04-02: 12:56:00

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Antacony

Created by: torontorc

Pronunciation: an-tay-cone-ee

Sentence: Antacony is the act of a bully picking on the weakest person.

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Steporidae

Created by: Jamagra

Pronunciation: step/or'/i/dee

Sentence: Warren loved to surf to leporidae.com where he could chat about all 54 species of rabbits with other rabid fans. He didn't like to log on, however, if "Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog" was already online. Caerbannog was the most foul, cruel, and bad-tempered creature ever to visit a website, and Warren could just imagine Caerbannog's big, pointy teeth! Warren had plans to attend night school and become a veterinarian. After getting his degree, he would finally be able to leave his current job at "Hoppers", the pet store specializing in rabbits and hares. Caerbannog, on more than one occasion, had steporidaed all over Warren's idaes about self-betterment which made Warren furryous. "Some people just don't carrot all," sniffed Warren as he surfed to a different site.

Etymology: step + leporidae (the rabbit "family" in scientific classification)

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I hope Warren finds somebunny to love. - purpleartichokes, 2008-04-02: 09:54:00

"Caerbannog was the most foul, cruel, and bad-tempered creature ever to visit a website" He might have bunion or myxomatosia - he should seek treatment. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-04-02: 20:50:00

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Friendquish

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: FREND-kwish

Sentence: Through unblinking, lucid eyes, The fickle gaze of friendquish, Aims its arrows at the soul Of a friendly, welcoming heart.

Etymology: Blend of FRIEND: one who is friendly towards others & QUISH (of vanquish):subdue, overcome,

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and how about squish for your etymology - Jabberwocky, 2008-04-02: 12:53:00

Agreed JBW, "squish" is much more powerful. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-04-02: 20:31:00

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Villainet

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: vill - an - net

Sentence: Flossie became a villainet soon after she joined Facebook. One minute she was your friend; the next she was making cruel, nasty comments on your "wall"....weaving a net of wicked social networking.

Etymology: villain (wicked or evil person; someone who does evil deliberately) --> i-net (The Internet is a global system of interconnected computer networks that interchange data by packet switching using the standardized Internet) -- > net (a trap made of netting, or short for internet)

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Bullysession

Created by: toadstool57

Pronunciation: bul-lE-ses-shun

Sentence: Jill, at 98 lbs., joined a help group for compulsive eaters. She immediatly started with the "fat jokes" and degrading comments focused at the members of the group. Suddenly, the bull session turned into a hostile bullysession, and Jill found herself on the bottom of a pile of 500 lb. people. Dog pile on the rabbit! ( from bugs bunny)

Etymology: bull session/ bully

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Stepperfoe

Created by: scarletzinc

Pronunciation: stay-pahr-foe

Sentence: She just walks in here and starts judging us. She's such a stepperfoe.

Etymology: Stepper-one who steps on other people's feelings/personality. Foe-enemy or villain

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