Verboticism: Assaultpeter

'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: 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: DeltaRho2K

Pronunciation: Ree-pot'-sul

Sentence: Nothing helps me with my goal of abstinence before marriage as well as my personal reppotsul, who, while on a date, got my boyfriend thinking about his grandmother, open-heart surgery, and football.

Etymology: A reversed, apostrophe-less contraction of the words Lust and Stopper.


First reverse verboticism I've seen! Kudos for daring to try something new! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-14: 13:59:00


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Created by: XMbIPb

Pronunciation: /li-bi-do-na-tor/

Sentence: Q.: "Sylvia looked so hot in that tight little black cocktail dress. But that cantankerous old fella hovering around... wow... what a total libidonator. Who IS that guy by the way." A.: "That 'guy' is her Mother. My wife. I am Sylvia's Dad incidentally. And your name is...?"

Etymology: LIBIDONATOR (n.,) {libidonate, v.} - from "libido": sex drive, desire to procreate, integral part of id (see Z. Freud); "nator" - suffix derived from the character of 'TERMINATOR,' a merciless android played by Arnold Schwarzennegger in the series of films by the same name.

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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: diss/cur/rage/ment

Sentence: Disscurragemeant took on a whole different meaning when Phil nearly lost three fingers in an attempt to cuddle up closer.

Etymology: diss + cur (dog) + rage + meant (intended)


Stunned by the way you take one word and tweak it with a letter, or a few, and have a great verbotomy to fit the definition. Today's is Exceptional. - silveryaspen, 2008-12-05: 15:15:00


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Created by: EmmaHeras

Pronunciation: Lust-Bust

Sentence: Girl: Hey, let's make out! Boy: Yeah! *They kiss* Friend: Hey guys what's the calculus homework? Girl and Boy: Man, what a lustbust!

Etymology: Lust- Sexuality, Arousal + Bust- To ruin; destruction.

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: reks sting wish

Sentence: When Virginia's Dad bought her a big bully of a pitbull, it was not just out of kindness or companionship for her. He had the dog trained to snarl at any boy who got near her and rextinguish his ardour.

Etymology: Rex (popular dog name,meaning "King" in Latin) & Extinguish (put an end to; kill;put out, as of fires, flames,lights or passions)

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Created by: dalmero8

Pronunciation: love/structor

Sentence: "Man, her dad was such a lovestructor!"

Etymology: love + obstructor


Has originality! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-13: 18:31:00


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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: LibbyR

Pronunciation: relay-shun-shift-er

Sentence: Sarah is a classic relationshifter. Tell her about your new boyfriend and his amazing sense of humour, and she'll point out his terrible dress sense... and doesn't he still live at home with his mum?

Etymology: relationship (connection of two or more people) + shift (alter, change)

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Created by: thegoatisbad

Pronunciation: Not-so-soup-er-vis-or

Sentence: Kimberly's niece Pamela thought that a weekend with her Aunt meant she could get away from the oppressive oversight of her parents. Pamela told her friends: "No, you guys should totally come over. She's clueless and she lives by the train tracks." But her dreams were deflated soon after arriving at her Aunt's house. "Oh, I just had a security system installed, so don't touch any of the windows or look at the plants too long." Kimberly said. "Oh, and I have a fun night of kitten puzzles planned!" Pamela quickly realized her Aunt was a notsosupervisor.

Etymology: Not + Supervisor

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