DEFINITION: The unpleasant physical and/or psychological effects, which occur after watching the entire season of a TV show, non-stop on DVD.
VERBOTICISMS: (Invented words created by the Verbotomy Writers)
Episodomy: /ep-i-SOD-o-mee/ Buffy felt slayed and not a little lost. She also had a sore derriere from sitting on the sofa watching the entire season of Fawlty Towers without getting up. She had a bad case of episodomy. Etymology: episode (a part of television series) + Sodom (a city well known for vice and corruption especially of a certain kind likely to cause psychological unpleasantness and/or a sore butt) Created by: petaj.
Schizoscreenia: /skit-so-scree-nee-ah/ Long after Eric had finished watching Star Trek, he could still hear Captain Kirk’s voice in his head. His friends deduced he must be suffering from schizoscreenia. Etymology: schizophrenia + screen Created by: pinwheel.
Gomerpiles: /go-mer-pyles/ After watching the complete boxed set of the Andy Griffith Show and Andy of Mayberry, they both developed serious gomerpiles Etymology: Gomer Pyle (character in the TV series) + piles (Hemorrhoids caused by sitting too long) Created by: Jabberwocky.
Sitblitzed: /sit-blitsd/ After watching 14 hours of ‘Friends’ non-stop, he was suffering from all the telltale signs of sitblitz; brainblurts, Simpsonized sayings, a Fred Flintstoned look, Gomerpiles and most unusual and funny walks. No doubt he was totally sitblitzed. Etymology: sit-com + sitting + blitzed Created by: Stevenson0.
To see more verboticisms for this definition go to:
the create-a-word game