Top verboticism of the day created by silveryaspen
DEFINITION: v. To "adopt" a cute, baby, wild animal as a pet, which then grows up to become a very large, very wild, and very dangerous predator. n. A person who treats wild animals like pets, only to discover that they are not.
Pronunciation: an ih men ace
Sentence: In their quest to humanize animals, people overlook their savage nature and innate killer instincts. People have to be brutalized by them, before they realize the dangers of the animenace. When people go wild, they can be equally animenacing!
Etymology: Animal, Menace. Animal - creature, living being. Menance - be a constant source of danger and harm.
Created by: silveryaspen.
Does that include Mighty Joe Young? - metrohumanx, 2009-04-09: 02:06:00
very true - Jabberwocky, 2009-04-09: 10:47:00
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Aspouse: /as powz/ When Tina found the tiny snake, she called her Cleo and decided to aspouse her as one of the family. Over the years Cleo grew and grew until she became massive and spent her days and nights hunting around the house. Tina was unaware that Cleo had become smitten with her husband Henry. One day, Tina could not find Henry. She reported him missing and it was not until the police arrived, that they noticed the Henry-shaped bulge inside the snake. "What did your husband do for a living?", asked the policeman. "Why he was an accountant." Tina declared. "Well no wonder Cleo took a fancy to him" said the cop, "he was an adder!" Etymology: Asp (a variety of viper;cobra used by the Pharaohs as a symbol of their power over life and death)& Espouse (to adopt as one's own;to give your support to something;to wed) Created by: Nosila.
Domestigator: /dumb esty gay tur/ Here lies what's left of the body of Dr Dootoolittle, animal domestigator-not-so-extraordinaire Etymology: domesticator, gator Created by: galwaywegian.
Fangquet: /fangkwit/ Hank was fascinated by snakes. He loved his collection of exotic reptiles. He loved to take them out of their cages for their feeding. He said it created a bind between himself and his slithering buddies. His friends used to tell him he was not careful enough handling these dangerous kritters. Now his friends can say they were right after Hank became a fangquet for his pets. Etymology: fang (the tooth of a venomous snake, by which poison is injected) + banquet (an elaborate and extensive meal) Created by: artr.
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