Verboticism: Imparisonator

'What's wrong with your husband's voice?'

DEFINITION: n. A person who adopts the stylings, mannerisms and even of the personality of their favorite rock, movie or television star. v. To derive your identity from someone else, especially a famous person.

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Fakeryrocker

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: fake-er-ree-rock-er

Sentence: Al emunlates Bob Dylan with his fakeryrocker renditions,singing into a kitchen scrub brush used as a mic.

Etymology: Fakery: One that is not authentic or genuine; a sham, to contrive and present as genuine; counterfeit,to simulate; feign as in music To improvise. Rocker: A rock musician ~

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COMMENTS:

There's more bugs in here than in my back yard with adding twitter...it ONLY took my link and not my sentence? What's up with that? It usually accepts sentences...instead it locked up & only took the code...this has been FUN this week though thx JAMES~ - abrakadeborah, 2009-05-06: 07:04:00

good word - Nosila, 2009-05-06: 23:21:00

Thank you VERY much Nosila!!!! - abrakadeborah, 2009-05-10: 06:37:00

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Mockstar

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: mok + st + r

Sentence: Jeffrey grew up dreaming that he would become famous singing the songs that he wrote, travelling the world with screaming fans following him. Instead, he became a mockstar, singing songs written by others in their voices with only about 15 fans following him.

Etymology: mock, rock, star

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like it - galwaywegian, 2009-05-06: 09:39:00

funny - Jabberwocky, 2009-05-06: 13:25:00

Simple, succint, efficient. - dochanne, 2009-05-06: 19:05:00

good word! - splendiction, 2009-05-06: 23:05:00

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Replicrooner

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: rep-li-kroonr

Sentence: When Alvin is in the shower he seems to think he is the embodiment of Frank Sinatra. More than once the neighbors have called animal control on this replicrooner sure that he is abusing some poor defenseless animal.

Etymology: replica (any close or exact copy or reproduction) + crooner (singing or humming in a soft, soothing voice)

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Personalistality

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: purr-son-ay-list-al-ity

Sentence: Chad started to develop a personalistality based on his mancrush Brad Pitt. Of course he looked nothing like him. He also asked his girlfriend if they could adopt 3 children.

Etymology: personality + a-list (the beautiful people, elite, high society)

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Zimmermannerism

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: zim ur man ur iz m

Sentence: Despite his many zimmermanerisms, and his styling, it becomes apparent once he starts to sing that, no, no, no, it aint him, babe. His voice was far too good.

Etymology: zimmerman, mannerism

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Zimmpersonate

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: zim purr sun ayt

Sentence: His Zimmpersonation was convincing for the most part, unless he had sinusitis or beans

Etymology: Zimmerman, impersonate

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another Dylan reference - you get a vote from me - Jabberwocky, 2009-05-06: 13:19:00

mrskellyscl brilliant! - mrskellyscl, 2009-05-06: 18:56:00

Zimmortal word! - Nosila, 2009-05-06: 23:23:00

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Meroxoceleb

Created by: ankur

Pronunciation: may-rocks-o-celeb

Sentence: See that guy over there doing the moonwalk?he's been a Michael Jackson meroxoceleb since he saw the "thriller" video...

Etymology: me = the person who is impersonating the start. Xerox = co. name or the popular word used for photocopies. o = of. celeb = celebrity.

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Lilwaynker

Created by: BeauKnows

Pronunciation: Lil-Wayn-Ker

Sentence: Dave struggling through a midlife crisis, did not buy a Corvette. He decided to unleash is inner rapper. When the auto tune craze hit he was unstoppable. He was so obsessed, he even got a tear drop tattoo. He became a lilwaynker.

Etymology: Lilwayn (the rapper) Wanker (pejorative term of English origin)

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Imperformerate

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: im per FORM er ate

Sentence: Bob first began imperformerating while showering; but then his imperformances became less private - like when he did the dishes. The imperformances had many imperfections and embarrassed his family. Nevertheless, Bob loyally took on more and more of his favourite star’s qualities.

Etymology: From impersonate and performer.

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Elvisimulation

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: elvisimyəlāshun

Sentence: Wesley had it all, the pink caddie, the rhinestone covered jumpsuits, Blue suede shoes, the sideburns, the sneer. What he didn’t have for his Elvisimulation was a single iota of talent. He couldn’t sing any two adjacent notes in the same key. The last time he sang in the shower, his hound dog ran away. Last weekend at a party, with a little liquid courage under the belt, he tried to show off his best dance moves. A well-meaning nurse tackled him and stuck a spoon halfway down his throat.

Etymology: Elvis (U.S. singer; known as the King of Rock and Roll) + simulation (imitate the appearance or character of)

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