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'Come on cat, give me some food!'

DEFINITION: To share food with your pet, or vise versa.

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Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: cay/dine

Sentence: My dog and I cadine by candlelight

Etymology: canine + dine


Nice! - purpleartichokes, 2007-06-29: 11:40:00


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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: kat pit ewe layt

Sentence: ha knew from the determined way mittens dug his claws into the other end of his trout fillet that he would have to catpitulate or end up with bruce lee type scars on his cheeks, all four of them!

Etymology: capitulate, cat


Plus, he might end up with cat scratch feeder. - purpleartichokes, 2007-06-29: 10:07:00


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Created by: missmurder

Pronunciation: like-tee-pooed

Sentence: He likteapooed.

Etymology: likes+to+eat+pet+food

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Created by: texmom

Pronunciation: kit tee ah por shun mint

Sentence: He was gaining weight due to kittiapportionment of kitty kibbles

Etymology: kitti - cat related apportionment - sharing

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Created by: Kyoti

Pronunciation: Jur-bull-jib-lets

Sentence: Danny tossed a few gerbilgiblets into the habitrail for Mr. Creeper to enjoy.

Etymology: Gerbil+giblets

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Created by: mplsbohemian

Pronunciation: KIHB-buhl-rash-shuhn

Sentence: Alex's girlfriend broke up with him because she couldn't understand why he would want to kibbleration their intimate dinner with his Great Dane.

Etymology: kibble {pet food) + ration (to split or share) + kibble rations (another nickname for pet food)

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Created by: Krazykat5216




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Created by: sphragidon

Pronunciation: Syn-THER-fah-gee

Sentence: I always practice syntherphagy with my dog Noodles

Etymology: Greek - syn, with; ther, beast; phagy, eating.

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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: fet/a/bet

Sentence: I always like to have a good feteabete with our cats at suppertime

Etymology: fete (feast) + bete (beast) + tete a tete

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Created by: ReeTard

Pronunciation: LIke Me casa You casa

Sentence: I love you cat! Meowmorsalyoumorsal.


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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-06-29: 00:22:00
This is a Verbotomy Classic, but I have changed the settings so that all players can create a new word for today's challenge. ~ James

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-06-29: 00:47:00
Based on yesterday's suggestions I would like to go back to single Verbotomy. Since I can't do new comics next week, we can choose to either do the Classics (oldies) or new ones without a cartoon i.e "Text". Please post your preference here. Are you for the Classics? Or for the new ones without a comic? ~ James

Clayton - 2007-06-29: 00:55:00
Well, personally I love the comics, but given the fact that there are already so many words, and the fact that the new words don't always show up where they're meant to, I'm voting "text." This is no slight to you, of course, James... it must be an awful lot to keep up with, and systems are made to be buggy.

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-06-29: 01:01:00
The thing is that I introduce the bugs when I try to make things complicated -- like doing a Double Verbotomy. Either way, once things are settled, I'm confident we will be bug-free, or at least all the bugs we offer will be described as features. ~ James

Jabberwocky - 2007-06-29: 05:54:00
I vote for text next week - perhaps it's a tiny bit selfish because some of us (myself included)haven't gotten any points for the classic definitions we've created.

purpleartichokes - 2007-06-29: 06:34:00
Text is fine by me.