DEFINITION: v. To fall out of love with someone because you have finally realized that they are nothing but trouble. n. A vicious lover who has big problems and likes to share them with you.
VERBOTICISMS: (Invented words created by the Verbotomy Writers)
Careener: /kar eeeeeeeeeee nur/ She was a major careener, bouncing violently from one relationship to another. I could never forget her though i’d leave messages on her phone, “careener, careener, you’ve been on my mind” Etymology: careen, Carina Created by: galwaywegian.
Paramort: /parra-mort/ Singing those insulting dirges, you run the risk of becoming a paramort. Shelly will kill you if she realises they are about her. Etymology: paramour (lover) + mort (dead) Created by: petaj.
Comments on Paramort:
Jabberwocky, 2009-05-04: 12:13:00
Nosila, 2009-05-04: 19:05:00
She will be paramortified! Great word, petaj!
Mustang, 2009-05-05: 03:50:00
Ya gotta keep things within proper paramorters.
Dylanchanted: /dill an chan ted/ When Sweet Marie fell out of love with Rob Fillan, her Bob Dylan wannabe boyfriend, she knew that The Times They Were A Changing. She had become dylanchented with the whole relationship because all he ever said to her were things like Lay Lady Lay and that he was Like A Rolling Stone. Writing her love songs that were actually protest anthems did little to endear Mr. Tambourine Man to her. After she booted him, she knew he was out there, Blowin’ in the Wind and if there was Blood on the Tracks,he’d soon be Knock Knock Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door…assuming bad boys even went there. Etymology: Dylan (Bob Dylan, singer/songwriter) & Disenchanted (freed from enchantment;no longer enchanted by someone/thing)
Created by: Nosila.
Comments on Dylanchanted:
galwaywegian, 2010-11-16: 03:25:00
Just like a woman!
galwaywegian, 2010-11-16: 09:48:00
tangled up in poo?
Wakenbreak: /wayk-en-bayk/ That morning, before he even opened his eyes, Bob knew that he was going to wakenbreak. Five years of Nagatha Christie was enough. He packed a bag and was gone before she gained consciousness. Etymology: rhymes with wake-and-bake (the practice of smoking marijuana in the morning); wake (awake, wake up) + break (break up, break out [as of a prison]) Created by: hyperborean.
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