Verboticism: Dissmember

'I'm surprised that no one else has picked up the ball.'

DEFINITION: v. To listen intently and sympathize with your colleagues when they request assistance, and then to simply, and completely, forget about it. n. The ability to sympathize with, yet ignore, requests for help.

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Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: diss-membur

Sentence: When Sue came back from vacation, she found that Wendy had dissmembered to stop the production of Christmas cookies. Now she had to find a way to turn Santa Clauses into Leprechauns.

Etymology: diss (disrespect), disremember (to forget)

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Comments: Dissmember

galwaywegian - 2007-02-27: 06:05:00
word isn't bad, sentence is brilliant!

petaj - 2007-02-27: 17:38:00
I have a clear image of someone chopping the arms and legs off gingerbread men.