Verboticism: Ok

'I wish that girl would talk to me...'

DEFINITION: v. To get what you wished for, but not exactly what you wanted. n. A wish come true that's a total let down.

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Boomafy

Created by: Alchemist

Pronunciation:

Sentence: One beer left, but it was flat! Boomafied again!

Etymology: Boom from Boomarang to turn upon oneself, and fy, from gratify to gratify...

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Suckseed

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: suk seeeeeed

Sentence: Finally he suckseeded in getting her attention. Unfortunately, he also got the attention of her rottweiler

Etymology: succeed, suck

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Wishwarranty

Created by: quippingqueen

Pronunciation: wish/war/an/tee

Sentence: Regretfully, his "wishwarranty" did not cover this unexpected exigency.

Etymology: It's a pity that a "wish", like unrequited love, does not come with a no questions asked money-back guarantee.

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Ok

Created by: bernard

Pronunciation: am always me

Sentence: more of me is real so i cant fail

Etymology: am who you would like to see

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COMMENTS:

here is superb - bernard, 2012-05-04: 12:51:00

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Dohdream

Created by: scrabbelicious

Pronunciation: Dough-Dream

Sentence: D'ohdream!, not again, I must be due one small dream to come true:(

Etymology: Remming together of 1)D'oh, exclamation of fury, discontent and general indignance made famous by Homer of the Simpsons 2)dayDream Chief activity of Walter Mitty and his decendents (mankind..not womankind mind)

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Dayscreaming

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: dāskrēming

Sentence: His mother always told him, \"be careful what you wish for\" and now he knew why. Ever since he had taken up boxing to get in shape Sidney would daydream about being good enough to go pro. Now, sitting in the ring across from the champ, his daydreaming had turned into dayscreaming. It was a full-fledged daymare. Sure, it was just a charity exhibition match but the look in the champ\'s eyes when Sidney teased him about his pink trunks left him hoping that his teeth were well anchored.

Etymology: daydreaming (a series of pleasant thoughts that distract one\'s attention from the present) + screaming (give a long, loud, piercing cry or cries expressing excitement, great emotion, or pain)

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COMMENTS:

- good word! - splendiction, 2009-07-28: 20:26:00

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Snarecastle

Created by: kateinkorea

Pronunciation: SNARE cass el

Sentence: I got caught in another snarecastle in the grocery store when I saw a beautiful woman looking at me and then after I smiled at her, realized she thought I worked in the store.

Etymology: SNARE: trap AIRCASTLE" head in the clouds, dreams, fantasies

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Incogric

IHeartKiwiTarts

Created by: IHeartKiwiTarts

Pronunciation: "in-cog-rick"

Sentence: isn't it incogrick?

Etymology:

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Mishwish

Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: mish-wish

Sentence: Jonny was playing his song on the street corner when he closed his eyes and mishwished for a huge hit. The last thing he heard was a roar and screech, which he imagined as a crowd of fans. Unfortunately, it was a cement truck and it didn't stop until it hit the wall behind him.

Etymology: mistaken wish

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Rainblow

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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: rain-blow

Sentence: Jim was always chasing rainblows. Everytime he thought his dreams would come true, something always managed to blow it.

Etymology: rainbow: "I'm always Chasing Rainbows" was a song by Harry Carroll in 1918 about an optimistic person who was constantly pushed back by the events of life, and was a popular song of the time. It was featured in a 1941 movie sung by Judy Garland. It was also recorded by Bing Crosby, Perry Como and other crooners of the era. It was also one of my grandmother's favorite songs. + Blow: 1) a sudden unexpected event 2) slang - "that blows" -- something that sucks or is a bummer

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COMMENTS:

Pefect! I love it. - mweinmann, 2009-07-28: 08:00:00

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