DEFINITION: v. To suddenly discover that your most troublesome personality defect, for which you have been taking medication and/or therapy, is actually your greatest asset. n. A perceived weakness which is actually a strength.
VERBOTICISMS: (Invented words created by the Verbotomy Writers)
Faultitude: /fawlt-it-tood/ She displayed her stalking practices daily with her staff, sneaking up behind them, checking her watch each time she saw them away from their cubicles chit chatting with coworkers. This behaviour became her faultitude and discovered she should become a private investigator. Etymology: fault (flaw, imperfection) + fortitude (mental and emotional strength when facing difficulty, adversity) Created by: remistram.
Obsuccession: /on suk ses shun/ Little did Hugh Hefner’s parents know that their son’s obsession with pet rabbits would make him rich. His compulsion for bunnies turned into an obsuccession. He ended up with bunnies galore (one for each month of the year) a Bunny Club in every city, a Bunny TV Channel, a Bunny Mansion, a Bunny Magazine and a Bunny Jet. They were happy that his success was just based upon his love of bunnies, because as a little boy, he was also obsessed with naked girls… Etymology: Obsession (an unhealthy and compulsive preoccupation with something or someone;an irrational motive for performing trivial or repetitive actions against your will)& Success (an event that accomplishes its intended purpose;a state of prosperity or fame) Created by: Nosila.
Foibility: /foy-bil-la-tee/ Danny’s big nose and squeaky voice was his greatest foibility in his career as a television clown. When he was little, all the kids teased him, but when he became a famous Bozo, all the kids loved him. Etymology: foible: minor weakness or failing of character; an idiocyncracy + ability: a natural or acquired talent Created by: mrskellyscl.
Ticaccentuatom: /tick ac cent you oh tom/ She found that the freak circus appreciated her shoulder twitch and the resulting ticaccentuatom delighted her.. with a new job. Etymology: tic – nervous muscle movement
accent – highlighted
atom – sounds good Created by: texmom.
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