Verboticism: Latteguilt

'Omigod! You're cheating on me!'

DEFINITION: n., A type of guilt associated with a lapse in brand loyalty; especially when caught surreptitiously zipping the "wrong" coffee by your barista "friend". v. To secretly switch brands.

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Created by: Pseudonym

Pronunciation: bran-der-e-lik-shun

Sentence: "You would not believe the brandereliction I felt when I couldn't find my usual moisturizer."

Etymology: brand + dereliction

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Created by: karenanne

Pronunciation: em BAYR ist ment

Sentence: Joe couldn't escape a vague feeling of embaristment as he walked right past Czarbucks coffee shop holding a cup of convenience store coffee. After all, most of them in there knew him by name. His mocapriciousness had a reason, though, and it wasn't that he was tired of paying $80 a month for coffee; it was his newfound crush on the cute girl behind the counter at the convenience store. Years of coffealty to went out the window when it came to her; even fear of dreg-radation couldn't stand up against love.

Etymology: embarrassment + barist(a)


Latte fun! - Nosila, 2010-01-18: 23:07:00


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Created by: idavecook

Pronunciation: Star-Fahq-Er-D

Sentence: You bitch! I can't believe you would walk into the office holding that shitty ass bean water! I'm so starfuckered, I'll never be able to enjoy foam with you, EVER again!

Etymology: Starbucks, and those little bastard/bitches who you know.

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Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: jen - hayr - eh - tik

Sentence: Lila felt like a genheretic as she sipped on her Sam's Club coffee disguised by one of the Starbuck's Cups that she had saved for just this occasion.

Etymology: generic, heretic (characterized by departure from accepted beliefs or standards)

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Created by: Sarahbarah

Pronunciation: Deli-cheese-ting

Sentence: My mom was a Delicheeseting because she told her friend who worked at starbucks she would drink their coffee, but really she drank Bobs coffee.

Etymology: Deli-"Delight" joy, happyness chea- "cheat", "cheating" going against are behind someones back

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Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: KAFF-flip-flop

Sentence: After Bob's cafflipflop, all that was left for him was isolatte.

Etymology: Blend of CAFF as in Caffiene; FLIP-FLOP: change of mind, reversal, apostasy

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: lata gilt

Sentence: When she walked into her favorite coffee place, Edna new that trouble was percolating. Her barista, Raoul, had spotted her yesterday with a Starbuck's cup as she walked to work. He espressoed his disdain for her and she felt a latteguilt. "Java an idea how hard it is for me to urn a living when my patrons sip around?", he asked. "I feel like a mug", she responded. "I'm just a human bean, afterall..."

Etymology: Latte (strong espresso coffee with a topping of frothed steamed milk) & Guilt(remorse caused by feeling responsible for some offence)


What a Story!! - SethelMerman, 2012-10-22: 12:13:00

A real brew-haha - Nosila, 2012-10-22: 18:28:00


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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: noōtaɪmər

Sentence: Joan’s barista thought she was a faithful customer. What he didn’t know is that she is really a newtimer, checking out whatever is advertised as ”the latest and greatest”. She has been known to buy a second cup just to cover her treason.

Etymology: new (not existing before) + two-timer (deceive or be unfaithful to)

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