Chirpatude: I may not have the body of a peacock…

DEFINITION: n. An individual who is so self-absorbed and cocksure that they cannot understand why their mating calls, or “pick-up lines”, do not generate the desired response. v. To repeatedly issue mating calls.

I may not have the body of a peacock...

VERBOTICISMS: (Invented words created by the Verbotomy Writers)

Chirpatude: /Chirp-ah-tude/ Charlie Chirpchipper had a bad case of chirpatude when it came to clucking with the chicks. Etymology: Chirp; : to make a chirp or a sound resembling a chirp or could be just
:to utter with a cheerful liveliness
Tude;Shortened for attitude; An organismic state of readiness to respond in a characteristic way to a stimulus (as an object, concept, or situation or chick 🙂
: a negative or hostile state of mind
: a cool, cocky, defiant, or arrogant manner

Created by: abrakadeborah.

Narsisilly: /närsÉ™silÄ“/ Andy thought of his pick-up lines were narsuccinct, brief and clear and, of course, about him. Most women thought of them as narsisilly. What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas? Not in Andy’s case. The nothing that happened in Vegas was the same nothing that followed him home and took up residence in his bedroom. Etymology: narcisism (excessive or erotic interest in oneself and one’s physical appearance) + silly (having or showing a lack of common sense or judgment) Created by: artr.

Loosure: /loo-sure/ Lenny the losure bird would sit on his perch night after night issuing the same call, “heybay-bee, heybay-bee!” The fact that he never got a response didn’t deter him from trying. He truly believed that one day a gorgeous chick would be attracted to him and agree to check out his nest. Etymology: looser (loser) + sure Created by: mrskellyscl.

Cockadittamus: /kok-uh-ditt-uh-muss/ that jackass is such a cockadittamus. his rap is weak but his perseverance is strong. (like mine was trying to spell perseverance!) Etymology: latin for river-dick ? Created by: tommyboy.

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James

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