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DEFINITION: v. To compulsively describe, in excruciating detail, the minute events of one's everyday life as it happens; especially when assisted by modern information technology systems. n. A person who feels compelled to "share" every detail of their life, with everyone.

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Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: bloo-ger

Sentence: Ashely was a compulsive twitterer, blogger and videographer. If she did it, she documented it. No detail was ever spared. And no thought was ever given. Unfortunately, she was also a compulsive nose picker, which meant that her bloogers were full of boogers.

Etymology: blog + booger


Good one! - lumina, 2008-06-17: 10:37:00

Thanks lumina! You got your comment in, before I even bloogered about it! - wordmeister, 2008-06-17: 11:09:00


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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: ob/cell

Sentence: Jenny would obcell with her best friend about every detail of her life. However, with the new all-you-can-talk plan on her phone, Jenny became totally obcelled, letting everyone know everything she did. This obcellsive behavoiur drove Joe, her boyfriend, to purchase the call display and call block features for his phone.

Etymology: OBCELL - verb - from - TO OBSESS (to dominate the thoughts, feelings, or desires of a person - in this case herself) + CELL ( as in phone)


Ha! Hilarious! - lumina, 2008-06-17: 10:41:00


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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: PER-sun-uh-lyrt

Sentence: Madge felt compelled to provide all her friends with a highly detailed personalert whenever they got together causing some of them to go to great lengths to simply avoid her.

Etymology: Blend of the words 'personal' and 'alert'

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: dya ree ya

Sentence: Dahlia talked on the phone all day about nothing. But then with the advent of the Internet...she carried her blethering unto the rest of the world. The trivial details of her boring life were best expressed on her blog, called "Dahlia Diaryhhea". Her mental constipation also included poor spelling. The one thing positive thing was that Dahlia Diaryhhea made others appreciate how exciting their own lives were by comparison.

Etymology: Diary (daily bog or log of one's activities, no matter how trivial) & Diarrhea (runny bowels; also verbal diarrhea is when people talk way too much...they run on and on).


funny and clever - mweinmann, 2009-10-29: 08:54:00

karenanne Good one - karenanne, 2009-10-30: 09:35:00


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Created by: toadstool57

Pronunciation: tech-no-mum-ble

Sentence: Dave heard Jills technomumble coming from the office as she spoke her actions, trying to load programs on the computer.

Etymology: technology/mumble

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Created by: jonobo

Pronunciation: science + scription like in description.

Sentence: actually the word "science" itself would have done the job, but - with less points ;) She was sciencescripting the always-ultra drexperience.

Etymology: science, scientific + description = sciencescription

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Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: yak-bair-eee

Sentence: Sue is such a yackberry that she felt the need to call and tell me how many licks it was taking to get the the center of her tootsie pop.

Etymology: yack, blackberry

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Created by: CanMon


Sentence: You can tell when Susan has had a million insignificant things occur in her day--her laptop is covered in blomit.

Etymology: Combination of vomit and blog.

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Created by: missprivate

Pronunciation: blo·gur'·ism

Sentence: Katie told me all about her Rice Krispies today; she has such a bad case of bloggerism.


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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: twit-ar-rate

Sentence: Monica felt like she needed to twitarrate every boring detail of her boring life to anyone who cared to know what she was doing at every moment and how she felt about it. Sadly, no one really cared what she was doing and she blogged and twittered to no one.

Etymology: twitter: a free social commentary and micro blogging tool that describes what the tweeter feels or is doing at a particular moment + narrate: to give an account or description; to supply a running commentary

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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-04-11: 00:31:00
Today's definition was suggested by Alchemist.
Thank you Alchemist! ~ James

lumina - 2008-06-17: 10:39:00

lumina - 2008-06-17: 10:40:00
Great! Love it!

metrohumanx metrohumanx - 2008-06-17: 14:25:00
MANECDOTAL is very good...kind of intuitive and rolloffatistic.

metrohumanx metrohumanx - 2008-06-17: 14:48:00
MONOTOLOG is another classic. Simple yet funny.

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-10-28: 00:44:00
Today's definition was suggested by Alchemist. Thank you Alchemist. ~ James