Verboticism: Sexapeel

'I think got a little too much sun...'

DEFINITION: v., To shed one's skin in an effort to appear younger or healthier. n. The little bits peeling skin caused by overexposure to direct sunlight.

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Goldmembering

hellohime

Created by: hellohime

Pronunciation: Goldmembering - Goldmemb'ring

Sentence: From all the shedded skin on the floor, I could tell that, my girlfriend had been goldmembering for most of the night.

Etymology: Goldmembering - From the movie Goldmember where the character played as portrayed Mike Myers, had a predilection for peeling his own skin, saving it in a box and possibly eating it.

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Benedermacural

Created by: danibriggs

Pronunciation: ben-A-durm-a-cure-ul

Sentence: My mother thinks by getting a benedermacural she will look twenty years younger and find a new boyfriend. She is so wrong.

Etymology: bene- good derma-skin cur-care

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Exfoliaged

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: ex-fol-ee-aged

Sentence: Instead of looking younger, Lucy's skin was so exfoliaged that she eventually started to look like an antique piece of leather, demonstrating the many years of sun-worshiping in her back yard.

Etymology: exfoliate: to remove layers of bark or skin;peel + foliage: leaves on plants and trees + aged: being of advanced age

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Soleilskin

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: soh-lay-skin

Sentence: It was difficult to get optimal soleilskinning done during the winter months so she would schedule several trips to the Caribbean to make up for it.

Etymology: soleil (sun en francais)+ skin

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Exfoolished

MrDave2176

Created by: MrDave2176

Pronunciation: v: ex-FOOL-ishd n: ex-FOOL-ee-shed

Sentence: v.: Terri exfoolished with a cucumber herb peel that left her smelling like a salad dressing. n: Rodney's exfoolished from his sunburn was neatly stacked in piles sorted by size because of his rampant OCD.

Etymology: Exfoliate (to remove a layer of dead skin) + foolish + Shed

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Moultificate

Created by: bwesterlind

Pronunciation: Molt-If-ick-ate

Sentence: V: He looks much younger after he began to moultificate N: The sunburn from yesterday caused his moultificate.

Etymology: Moult- Root of to shed skin -icate- the process of

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Dermappealing

Created by: Scrumpy

Pronunciation: der-muh-peel-ng

Sentence: People said Rhonda was a flake but she said she had "dermappeal".

Etymology: derma (skin) + appeal

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Faceslought

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: fay sloft

Sentence: Joan Rivers regularly gets her doctor to faceslought her countenance in order to chase the fountain of youth. Between peels, lifts, tucks, Botox,chemicals, dermabrasions,lasers and liposuction, not much of the original Joan is still around. Being a comedienne, she is toying with a name change, too. Since she has shed more skin than any snake, she likes the sound of Joan Slithers. And why is she going to a plastic surgeon? Wouldn't a real one be better?

Etymology: Facelift (plastic surgery to remove wrinkles and other signs of aging from your face; an incision is made near the hair line and skin is pulled back and excess tissue is excised) & Slough (any outer covering that can be shed or cast off;necrotic tissue; a mortified or gangrenous part or mass;cast off hair, skin, horn, or feathers)

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Dipposuntic

Created by: japfilsk8er

Pronunciation: dip-o-sun-tic

Sentence: process for beauty

Etymology:

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Diskintegration

Created by: Osomatic

Pronunciation: dih + skin + te + gray + shun

Sentence: Through the new process of Diskintegration (tm) you can shed years off your face, or least several layers of skin!

Etymology: disintegration + skin

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