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'But you're just a big, fat pig!'

DEFINITION: v. To find your one, true love but to be unable, or unwilling, to recognize it. n. A perfect match, warts and all.

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Created by: chrispiper

Pronunciation: plo oser

Sentence: This girl was madly in love with this guy but he was just being a plooser. someone who never acknowledged it.

Etymology: p apathy looser failed at love

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Created by: amirasaudi

Pronunciation: un luv a nyz

Sentence: i think me and joe have an unlovanize relationship because we're unable to recoginize our love for each other

Etymology: un- not love- to love anize- recognize

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: ob luv ee us

Sentence: It was like the story of Pigmalion. Prof.Henry Piggins (he of the Swine Lake and Ham-let fame) was obloveious to the fact that his protegee, Miss Eliza Sueylittle (as played by Miss Piggy in the Hollywood movie version) had turned from an experiment into his one true love. Although he was much older than her (his nickname was Jurassic Pork)and an old boar, he was sty-mied that she had turned into sow beautiful a creation. (From a sow's ear into a silk purse, some would say. They would be linked forever and have an oinkredible relationship.

Etymology: Oblivious (unmindful,inattentive) & Love (any object of warm affection or devotion)

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Created by: elenalombardi

Pronunciation: sens-ayy-duhh

Sentence: My sensade for you has become stronger, but you keep refusing it.

Etymology: sens- feeling(s), to feel

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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: ig/nor/a/mor/ay/mus

Sentence: Sally's best friend sewed hearts on his sleeve and sculpted heart shaped topiary as a gift for her on Valentine's Day but sadly Sally was an ignoramoramus and thought he just had a fetish for hearts.

Etymology: ignore + amor + ignoramus


she's unlikely ever to become an ignoramamorous - galwaywegian, 2009-02-12: 06:42:00

first part rhymes and the whole thing slide over the tongue and is such fun to say - silveryaspen, 2009-02-12: 13:20:00

Heart-breaking... - Nosila, 2009-02-12: 22:16:00


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Created by: rachelbree

Pronunciation: (in-cO-phat-U-A-shon)

Sentence: The dull pig was struck with incofatuation. He was unable to see the one other pig who would make him happy.

Etymology: In: in, into co: together fat: most rewarding part


A mix of incoherent and infatuation. - rachelbree, 2012-02-13: 14:59:00


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Created by: Moonstar

Pronunciation: Pork-love

Sentence: Bess looked over at Glen and looked quickly away. He was so....UGH! And he just INFURIATED her! But deep inside, Bess knew that she loved him...But he was so frustrating and cold! She couldn't love him!...It was Porklove.

Etymology: Porklove is the hate of someone you love-you love them, but because of some feature or something they've done, you don't want to.

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Created by: nicoleorndorff

Pronunciation: wen-pigz-flaeh

Sentence: I will love you whenpigsfly.

Etymology: when- a word used to describe time pigs- an animal found on a farm fly- the action of levitating off the ground for a long period of time

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Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: luv-zmarts

Sentence: Ol' Lugwig Von Pighead, vowed to show Miss Piglove Lucille how much luvzmarts was in his heart on Valentines Day. He stomped hearts into the last bit of slop left in the trough with his hooves, to show her how much luvzmarts was in his heart.

Etymology: Love- Luv (Slang for Love) A deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude toward a person, such as that arising from kinship, recognition of attractive qualities, or a sense of underlying oneness. Zmarts" taken from the word Smarts - Characterized by sharp quick thought; bright. Amusingly clever; witty.

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: ess-SHEW-ah-mor

Sentence: Without understanding why, Gilbert once again found himself wanting to withdraw and eschewamour while at the same time enjoying the advances being made by Sadie and actually craving that sort of companionship.

Etymology: Blend of 'eschew' (to abstain or keep away from; shun; avoid) and 'amour' (Love making; a love affair)

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