Verboticism: Salonalysis

'Her hair is not!'

DEFINITION: v. To assess an individual's current mental state, or identify hidden personality traits, through careful analysis of their hairstyle. n. A method of psychoanalysis based hairdos and don'ts.

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Reconnoithair

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: reck/con/noyt/air

Sentence: His job was to reconnoithair the party and alert all incoming males of any signs of PMS.

Etymology: reconnoiter + hair

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Rapuzzle

Created by: dekra

Pronunciation: rah-puzzle

Sentence: She presented a new attitude every, with the same golden smile, but a very different rapuzzle. They would watch her from the office window, changing the the tone of their greetings and timbre of their voices based on the level of frizzy topography her locks presented.

Etymology: Rapunzel(Classic fairy tale character with long golden hair) + Puzzle

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Trichologize

Created by: jannn

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Ponytelltale

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: poh-nee-el-teyl

Sentence: Anne is usually quite meticulous with her appearance. She spends a fair amount of time in the morning getting her hair just right. It doesn't require tips from Sigmund Freud to pick out her bad-mood days. The ponytelltale sends co-workers scurrying in every direction but in her path. If all she has done is cram her locks into a scrunchie the world better look out.

Etymology: ponytail (an arrangement of the hair in a long lock drawn tightly against the back of the head and cinched so as to hang loosely) + telltale (a thing serving to reveal or disclose something)

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Foliclues

Created by: cannibalgymnastics

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Pilidivinate

Created by: torgo

Pronunciation: pilly-div-in-ate.

Sentence: I have mastered the art of pilidivination. see that girl over there? Total nutter.

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Doodiligents

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: doo dili gents

Sentence: When Tress was having a bad hair day, everyone knew it. The men in her life learned to stay clear if her ends were split or if her mane problem was her coiffure. They were examples of doodiligents and they knew Tress would cut, tease and brush them off if they cropped her style. They knew the fall out would be permanent and the best treatment was to streak out of her way and not frost her off worse. By extension, the mane reason they liked her was that her locks were to dye for, shorn nuff. Just don't get her dander up...

Etymology: Due Diligence (Investigation and analysis a prudent entrepreneur, owner, executive, or lender does in making business decisions.) & Doo (hair-do)

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Tressicate

Created by: mickey666

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Sentence: Was she happy? He studied her head and undertook the tressicate test.

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Strandreader

Created by: Chistinalove

Pronunciation: str - and - re - d - ur

Sentence: Val considered herself a perfect strandreader.

Etymology: strand - hairstrand reader - well ... you know sortof like a hand reader but one for hearstrands

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Coifistry

Created by: isopraxis

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