Verboticism: Damfluffagain

'Honey, have you seen Wilbur?'

DEFINITION: n. The tight-packed wads of fluff found in the dryer after doing laundry. v. To uncurl and dissect the fluff found in a dryer while trying to figure what it once was.

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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: god/fluff/sa/kən

Sentence: The godfluffsaken fibres of harshly tossed, spun, dried clothes are the only remnants of clean clothes.

Etymology: GODFLUFFSAKEN - from - FLUFF (light, downy particles) + GODFORSAKEN (deserted; neglected)

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Created by: DnBrown

Pronunciation: En-lint-en-ment

Sentence: Everyone who went to the Eastside Laundry mat knew to avoid dryer 7. Anytime anyone would stick an article of clothing in dryer 7, they would soon find out it would never be the same. Sweaters, underwear, and kilts all maimed by this dryer's curse. It would plaster a fluffy fiber substance all over the clothes, like leeches on an amazon swimmer. It wasn't until Jerry, a regular to the Eastside Laundry mat, was frustraited at having to wait for a open dryer. All them were being used, except for dryer 7, and he was running out of patience. Fed up with looking at the dryer collect dust, or give it, he decided to explore the hated machine. After opening the door, he looked in and suddenly gained Enlintenment, he had finally realized what was causing this community headache. He reached in the into despised appliance and pulled out a small unknown mammal. After a few minutes of empty runs, he was able to throw his load into the machine and saved the community from further "furmoil"

Etymology: Mixture of Enlightenment (education that results in understanding and the spread of knowledge) and Lint (Clinging bits of fiber and fluff; fuzz)

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Created by: rombus

Pronunciation: lint - pik - king

Sentence: Now wait just a lintpicking minute, Charles yelled....what the heck happened to my new man thongs? His heart sank as he saw they had been reduced to a wad of tiger spotted, frazzle at the bottom of the dryer...

Etymology: lint, picking -- Lint (fine ravellings of cotton or linen fibers) picking (remove in small bits)

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Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: fuzz muh nees

Sentence: Tight wads of paper appear on top of the clothes in the dryer. If we are lucky, those aridonesies are only fuzzyonesies, but all too often, those fuzz bunnies are more costly fuzzmunnies.

Etymology: fuzz, money - paper money turned into tightwads of fuzzy balls in the dryer. Of course, fuzzmunnies is the obvious play on dust bunnies, the slang term for balls of lint and dust.


Darn! Those fuzz bunnies are back briefly again this week! - silveryaspen, 2009-02-18: 01:30:00

How bout some fuzz mummies? - mweinmann, 2009-02-18: 08:25:00


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Created by: simoneshin

Pronunciation: flea-seize

Sentence: I know there's beasts living in your dryer. But judging from the size of flaeces, it must be one big **

Etymology: fleece, faeces

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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: furr ehn ziks

Sentence: His furensic examination of the siemens led him to believe that the bosch had led the detail but there had been a paws before final extermination.

Etymology: forensic fur


puntastic - Jabberwocky, 2009-02-18: 13:19:00

like it! - mweinmann, 2009-02-19: 08:28:00


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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: whurl-pool-lint

Sentence: Marjorie was absolutely astounded at the amount of Whirlpoolint she found in the dryer after each use of the appliance and she marveled at how big some of the dustbunnies were and tried to figure out which garment or other article produced them.

Etymology: Blend of Whirlpool, a brand of appliances and Lint.

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Created by: Ismelstar

Pronunciation: [ham-pster]

Sentence: Slogging throught one's laundry was one thing, Hannah decided, but dehampsterfying Andy's dryer was rather like mucking out the stables and required a degree in zoology.

Etymology: Mash up of Hamper, a large basket or other receptacle, usually with a cover as in for clothes and Hamster a short-tailed, stout-bodied, burrowing rodent.

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: fy bur sen trix

Sentence: It started when George T. Sampson invented the clothes dryer on June 7, 1892. His invention lint itself to, well, lint. Lint had never been manufactured in such large quantities before. This gave the idea to doctors that dryers seem to run better when they had lots of fiber. Perhaps that theory would work for humans, too. Analyzing the end product was the study of fibercentricks. Running trace evidence of dryer fiber gave scientists and criminologists the evidence that both socks had entered the dryer at the same time, but only one came out. Have all these missing socks been turned into piles of fluffy, fiberous lint? Or did Mr. Sampson have a more sinister trick up his sleeve when he made his now famous invention? This would be a hard case to unravel...

Etymology: Fibre (a thread or filament from which a plant or animal tissue, mineral substance, or textile is formed;dietary material containing substances such as cellulose, that are resistant to the action of digestive enzymes) & Cybercentrics (meeting of business ideas with the broadcast opportunutues of cyberspace) & Tricks (an attempt to get you to do something foolish or imprudent)


Nice one! - TJayzz, 2009-02-18: 08:15:00

Your mystery is hilarious! where do those socks go? - splendiction, 2009-02-18: 12:45:00


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