Verboticism: Gastronamus

'Please excuse me while I eructate.'

DEFINITION: v. To apologize for a belch, or the passing of gas, even though it is obvious that the action was done intentionally and with force. n. A person who apologizes insincerely for their burping or belching.

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Apologas

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: əpäləgas

Sentence: Thomas is always the gentleman. When he is afflicted with a bout of belching he has found that he can mask the sound involved with an apologas. The gas emitted can be shaped and molded into "excuse me". He is working on how to use this concept for flatulence.

Etymology: apologize (express regret for something that one has done wrong) + gas (an airlike fluid substance which expands freely to fill any space available)

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Gastinate

Created by: Bloodhammer

Pronunciation:

Sentence: I knew you were gastinating when you fanned your stench at me.

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Sarfartic

Created by: idavecook

Pronunciation: SAR-FAR-TIK

Sentence: Dave, you're so sarfartic that your shit doesn't even smell.

Etymology: A really unfunny fart.

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Flatentionalist

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: flat ten shun al ist

Sentence: Rudy was aptly named. He loved nothing better than to gross out his sister during meal times with displays of gas release at will. He was quite anal about it. He was a flatentionalist and and should have known better since he was now farty years old.

Etymology: Flatulence (a state of excessive gas in the alimentary canal)& Intentionalist (someone who believes or assumes that the meanings of a text are determined mainly by the stated or implied intentions of the author)

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Belchettiquette

Created by: EmSheMe

Pronunciation:

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Apolocheese

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: a-pollo-cheez

Sentence: Bree was famous for her apolocheese. It was gouda that odour was not a problem, but her bottom trumpet sounded loudly and was always followed by a verbose yet insincere expression of remorse. "Edam, Bree, that was so loud it could roquefort" .

Etymology: apologies + cut the cheese (fart)

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COMMENTS:

Filing this one away for future reference. Thanks. lol - Mustang, 2008-04-17: 08:17:00

cheesy but funny - Jabberwocky, 2008-04-17: 08:38:00

A true fromage a trois...good one petaj! - Nosila, 2008-04-17: 21:50:00

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Apologasvert

Created by: diyan627

Pronunciation: up-ah-lo-gas-vert

Sentence: Ron's apologasvert we all expect at Thanksgiving dinner. We play musical chairs when it comes time to sit down for dinner...No one wants to sit next to him!

Etymology: apologize + gas + overt

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Regretulence

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: re gret yu lens

Sentence: Sarah hated eating with her brother Sid, as he delighted in torturing her with his bad manners. He'd make bizarre digestive noises at the table and then apologize insincerely for his actions. This regretulence was really annoying, as he would always blame their poor dog, lying under the table. This was also galling as the dog was never in the house at meal times!

Etymology: Regret (be sorry) & Flatulence (a state of excessive gas in the alimentary canal)

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Flatuluctant

youmustvotenato

Created by: youmustvotenato

Pronunciation: flat-choo-luck-tunt

Sentence: Bill was flatuluctant when it came to eating at Burrito Barn. Mexican food was no reason hold back for the sake of manners. It was fiesta time for his digestion.

Etymology: flatulence+reluctant

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Gasbrag

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: gas/brag

Sentence: Jamie was such a gasbrag that he sniffed the air appreciatively after an eruption.

Etymology: gas bag + brag

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COMMENTS:

Jamie no doubt had a perpetual case of the sniffles. Great word! - Mustang, 2008-04-17: 08:19:00

Jamie no doubt had a perpetual case of the sniffles. Great word! - Mustang, 2008-04-17: 08:19:00

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