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'Don't worry, my dad trained him'

DEFINITION: v., To counsel patience and caution when it comes to romantic endeavors. n., An unexpected or unwanted chaperon who has a special knack for "putting ice on it" when people get the "hots".

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Created by: toadstool57




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Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: hart-bray-k

Sentence: In the heat of passion, please protective us from parents, jealous pets, mischevious children, overprotective friends and relatives and all other heartbrakes.

Etymology: When our hearts meet passionately and others interrupt putting on the brakes ... they are heartbrakes.


clever - Jabberwocky, 2008-02-13: 13:23:00

Perhaps some want to prevent us from paying "heartbalm" or even ending up in "Heartbreak Hotel!?" Nice word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-13: 17:06:00

Cute brake me up! - Nosila, 2008-02-14: 00:26:00


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Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: vur - jen - a - tor

Sentence: Dad had a secret weapon “Butch” (aka the “vurgenator”). Once my sisters and I started to notice boys, dad handily rescued him from the local pound. Dad knew just the right moment to launch him into any room of the house before things got too romantic. Butch would stand in front of the lucky couple, teeth barred, growling until it was “hands off” all around…..

Etymology: The word starts with a play on the word virgin (pure and vestal modesty, a woman with no sexual experience) + Urge (to recommend or push, urge also means a strong desire to do something)+ the suffix (ator)(Latin: a suffix that forms masculine nouns from verbs. The nouns denote people who perform the action of the base verb as well as instruments, machines and similar things performing or used to perform the action of the base verb....used in words such as terminator, dictator or gladiator

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Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Par-tee-poo-cher

Sentence: Just when Tom thought things were hotting up between him and Carmel, her dog Tyson decided to play the partypoocher and jump on her lap growling at him everytime he moved.

Etymology: See Partypooper

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Created by: Banky

Pronunciation: four-nih-cay-shun

Sentence: Pastor Ted, pad and pen in hand, began to outline his homily for the next day's assembly of ChastiKids from across the country. He planned to start out by detailing all of the benefits of fornicashun. "To say "noitus" to coitus is to respect ones body and give praise to the Lord. Avoiding the mortal sin of lust will prevent you from contracting the many rashes of Satan..." Ted was interrupted as the ink on the paper bloomed into a dark carnation as the prostitutes in his hotel room hot tub started a water fight. There would be time to work on this later, so Ted grabbed his ball-gag and riding crop and intentionally perverted the term "water polo".

Etymology: fornication + shun


Nice one Reverend Banky! - metro1, 2008-02-13: 10:39:00

Very nice alterashun! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-13: 13:01:00

picabomama It just flows so nicely. - picabomama, 2008-02-13: 13:07:00

Seems like they're about to see Teddy bare! Still thinking about why we choose to name a character in our sentences, "TED." ???? - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-13: 16:58:00

You're a fantastic story writer! - purpleartichokes, 2008-02-13: 19:11:00


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Created by: CrystalNekol

Pronunciation: cock-o-block

Sentence: The dog cockoblocked the guy from getting any sexual pleasure that night.

Etymology: Cock-block

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Created by: libertybelle

Pronunciation: shap-ah-roo-in

Sentence: It was clear to Tim that his plans for a nice romantic dinner with Laura had to change immediately when her aunt, the nun decided to tag along and chaperuin their night.

Etymology: chaperone + ruin

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Created by: paperhoard

Pronunciation: Wood-in-ate-or

Sentence: Jim thought he was going to get lucky with the office secretary until the dreaded woodinator appeared from behind the water cooler. Jim's quickly turned into a stick of warm butter.

Etymology: Wood - as in "to be sporting wood" an erection. Terminator - a person or thing that terminates (i.e. the wood).


Oh what he wood'n'do! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-13: 13:11:00


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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: third - wheel- er

Sentence: Gordon snaked his arm along the back of the lounge and looked longingly into Miranda's eyes. But only for a fleeting second! That amorous feeling had quickly dissipated when the thirdweiler prowled into the room making low growling noises and raising its hackles. The only drooling going on was the dog.

Etymology: third wheel (one who deters the couple's activities - just by being there) + Rottweiler (a breed of dog often used for guard dogs)


The alpha and omega of pun. Thank you :-) - emdeejay, 2008-12-05: 08:19:00

lovely - Jabberwocky, 2008-12-05: 12:40:00


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Created by: DaddyNewt

Pronunciation: kon/KYOO/pi/kwel

Sentence: Larry's prurient urges were concupiquelled by by the mangy beast.

Etymology: concupiscence + quell


very nice - Jabberwocky, 2008-12-05: 12:36:00

Great stuff - OZZIEBOB, 2008-12-07: 04:49:00


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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-02-13: 00:21:00
Today's definition was suggested by freakystyley. Thank you freakystyley. ~ James

Dougalistic - 2008-02-13: 04:38:00
Great verbinition freakystyley!

dalmero8 - 2008-02-13: 17:29:00
pretty sick i have to say

galwaywegian - 2008-12-05: 07:21:00
Is this a new one? hurrah!

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-05-03: 00:02:00
Today's definition was suggested by freakystyley. Thank you freakystyley. ~ James

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