Verboticism: Comspendsation

'So how are you adjusting to married life?'

DEFINITION: v. To compensate for lack of love, attention and/or sexual favors by buying things, lots of things. n. An object purchased to compensate for sexual dawdling.

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Phallacy

Created by: rebelvin

Pronunciation: PHALLic+fallACY

Sentence: His purchasing tools was just a phallacy, since he already had the only tool he needed for the job, but lacked the experience in using it.

Etymology: PHALLic+fallACY

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Shopxual

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: shop-xu-al

Sentence: Since married life had gotten to where Smark had zero passion from his wife, Que-Veecee...he figured if he was more shopxual eventually she may want to touch him again.

Etymology: Shop-To go from store to store in search of merchandise or bargains. Xual-taken in part from the work sexual.

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Sexersatz

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: sex-er-sats

Sentence: Jill wondered why Jack was converting their den into a gym to put all his sexersatz equipment. Everytime he went to the mall he was buying more weights.

Etymology: sex: (tee-hee)+ exercise: some men will use exercise as a way to channel their tensions and frustrations + ersatz: an inferior substitute

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Buybuylove

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: by by luv

Sentence: Buybuylove, buybuy happiness. Hello loneliness, I think I'm-a gonna cry. ByBuybuylove, buybuy sweet caress. Hello emptiness, I feel like I could die. buybuylove, goodbuy. (With apologies to the Everly Bros.)

Etymology: Buy Buy (purchase, shop, purchase, shop) Love (affection,fondness,a deep feeling of sexual desire and attraction)

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Masterbysion

Created by: pungineer

Pronunciation: master-buy-shun

Sentence: Poor Steve had been in a fulfilling heterosexual relationship for so long his only sexual outlet was popping down to his local hardware megastore for some much needed masterbysion in the extendable tool aisle

Etymology: i'll let you all rack your brains to figure this one out...

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COMMENTS:

masterfull - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-05: 15:48:00

He might have been looking for a lathe? - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-05: 23:45:00

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Acqueath

Created by: hhudson

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Sexstitute

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: sex/sti/toot

Sentence: When Joe and Jenny were having an extended fight and not talking to each other, Joe would sexstitute with the purchase of many big ticket items.

Etymology: SEXSTITUTE - verb - from SEX + SUBSTITUTE

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Sexumall

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: seks u mal

Sentence: When newlywed Harry feels he is not getting enough "attention" at home, he usually goes for some sexumall therapy. He thinks the term for doing without sex is sellibate.

Etymology: Sexual (having or involving sex) & Mall (modern marketplace)

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Shopanofrolic

Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Shopp-an-o-frolik

Sentence: Having been married for several years, Carol's sex life was virtually non - existent, She turned into a shopanofrolic to compensate. She would buy expensive items on her credit cards then got a headache when the statement came in, so it had the same effect in the end anyway!!

Etymology: Shop (to purchase items) + Frolic (to behave in a 'playful' manner) = Shopanofrolic

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COMMENTS:

funny - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-05: 15:52:00

very entertaining sentence. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-05: 23:48:00

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Lacksexumer

carlosrizo

Created by: carlosrizo

Pronunciation: lack-sex-sumer

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Etymology: Lack (absence) Sex Sumer (from consumer)

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