Verboticism: Whinerack

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Whinerack

Created by: Nosila

Definition: v. To whack someone over the head with a pot (or any other handy utensil), because they won't do what you say. n. A complaint about someone who doesn't do things the way you want.

Pronunciation: whyne rak

Sentence: When Crackin' Rosie could not get her way with her spouse, Corky Merlot, she would use the wine rack as a whinerack and sack him on the head. He was mulling over grabbing a cab and leaving her to cross the bordeaux,and run off with his girlfriend, Sweet Sherry. To his riesling, any port in a storm was better than living a lie and becoming Pinot keyo. Being married to Rosie had become a real champain.

Etymology: Whine (to complain;a complaint uttered in a plaintive whining way)& Rack (torment emotionally or mentally;an instrument of torture)& Wordplay on Wine Rack (a wooden or metal frame used to store bottles of wine horizontally)

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Comments: Whinerack

karenanne - 2010-11-11: 16:25:00
Pinot keyo - I had to sound that out, then I got it! Funny... : )

Nosila - 2010-11-11: 18:55:00
I heard of a wine for seniors...you can drink it all night and not have to get up to visit the toilet...it's called Pinot More!