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'Thank goodness these things are biodegradable!'

DEFINITION: n. A "natural process" which, smokers believe, makes cigarette butts magically disappear. v. To clean up someone else's butts.

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Created by: bondfool

Pronunciation: Fag-fare-ie

Sentence: Appearently, Roger thinks the fag-fairy will visit tonight.

Etymology: Fag (Slang for cigarettes)+fairy (Tooth fairy takes who take away lost teeth.)


good! - wordmeister, 2007-01-30: 15:15:00


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Created by: jonzerofourteen

Pronunciation: buh-tin-hohl

Sentence: Bob’s determination to give up smoking was admirable. He took a final draw of his cigarette and threw it to the ground theatrically. This, for sure, would be his last buttinhole.

Etymology: Butt (stub of a cigarette) + in (situation or place with respect to space) + hole (an opening through something)


brilliant :) - galwaywegian, 2011-01-14: 04:26:00


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Created by: Fenners

Pronunciation: con - sig - quence

Sentence: They just don't understand the concigquences

Etymology: consequence + cigarette

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Created by: Discoveria

Pronunciation: Toe-back-co-roe-shun

Sentence: Benson said, "Duh! Everyone knows that cigarette ends tobaccorrode into natural substances. That's why the streets are so clean."

Etymology: Tobacco+corrosion. Tobacco: substance used to make cigarettes. Corrosion: dissolution by acid/alkali


American spelling (perhaps more elegant) would be "tobaccorosion". I'd like to acknowledge ErWenn's "fagrosion" etymology which suggested this to me. - Discoveria, 2007-01-25: 09:16:00

Thanks. You got my vote. - ErWenn, 2007-01-26: 00:45:00


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Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: butt - oh - dee - graa - d - abel

Sentence: Melissa threws hundreds of butts a week on sidewalks, streets, curbs and driveways; all in the belief that they were buttodegradable. She did not think that she was contributing to the trash heap that is forming beneath and beside us.

Etymology: butt, biodegradable

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: to bak go

Sentence: Virginia Slims reckoned that the cigarette butts she chucked would blow off into the air and recycle themselves. That's why they were actually known as tobacgo leaves.

Etymology: Tobacco (leaves of the tobacco plant dried and prepared for smoking) & Go (stop operating or functioning)

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Created by: lebeast

Pronunciation: butts - ah - bliv- ee- us

Sentence: After the roof top perch caught on fire from her buttsablivious way of thinking, she wondered who would have done such a thing.

Etymology: butts + oblivious

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: ree-sahy-buht-l

Sentence: Far too many smokers use the Earth as their ashtray. They believe that they don't have to pick up their lazy butts and deal with their nasty butts. Somehow they will recybuttle themselves. Worse yet they will justify their action claiming that they are helping to employ the poor schlub who cleans up after them.

Etymology: recycle (to undergo reuse or renewal; be subject to or suitable for further use, activity, etc) + butt (an end that is not used or consumed; remnant; cigarette)

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Created by: playdohheart

Pronunciation: ash-trot

Sentence: With a flick of his wrist, and a quick ashtrot, the cigarette was squished under his foot and gone forever.

Etymology: ashtray, putting out a cigarette butt with the foot

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: kon fag ay shun

Sentence: When Virginia Slims started dating the Marlborough Man (Smoky to his friends), she worried not what would happen after they butted out their emberous reamains. She believed that the natural process of confagation would remove the reminders of their nicotine assignations. She was partly right, as often there would be a fire after they left the area and the coffin nails smouldered and flared up.

Etymology: Conflagration (a very intense and uncontrolled fire) & Fag (finely ground tobacco wrapped in paper; for smoking)

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