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DEFINITION: n. The stars, lights and birds that circle your head when you hit it REALLY hard. v. To watch the stars that circle your head after impact.

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Created by: DnBrown

Pronunciation: Milky-Haze

Sentence: Jim was getting sick of his wife telling him what to do, so he finally lost it and gave her a good yelling. Not pleased with the tone Jim was giving her, she reached in the cupboard, grabbed a frying pan and gave Jim a piece of her mind. It took almost a whole day for Jim to loose the Milkyhaze surrounding his vision.

Etymology: a mix of Milky, from the Milky Way (It is a barred spiral galaxy that is part of the Local Group of galaxies. Also where our solar system resides) and Haze (vagueness or obscurity, as of the mind or perception; confused or vague thoughts, feelings, etc.)


metrohumanx Excellent. Cold and concise sentence, too! - metrohumanx, 2009-02-23: 00:42:00


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Created by: TheFourth

Pronunciation: ass-tro-nok-uhl

Sentence: n: Astroknockles are a sign of severe head trauma. v: Are you just going sit there and astroknockle all day or are you going hit me back?

Etymology: A hybrid of two words. Astro represents the common celestial anomalies seen when experiencing severe head trauma. The second part of the word, knockle, is a spin off the word knock, the action that normally causes the said celestial anomalies.

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: kon kus sent ing

Sentence: Drs. Wham & Bang regularly conked each other on the noggin with a baseball bat to test their stamina and duration of head trauma. At some point the mere violence of this act, and its affect on wht was left of their brains, became an act of love for them. Their results were not scientific, even though they were the acts of concussenting aduilts.

Etymology: Concuss (to injure the brain) & Consenting (as in adults having consent to do something)

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Created by: Gadgetmo


Sentence: He's hit his head so hard that he sees stars.



Welcome. You get points for filling in all three. See scoring under News/Help. - silveryaspen, 2009-02-19: 12:34:00

metrohumanx That's EXACTLY what happened to me. Good word, G-mo! I hope to see more. - metrohumanx, 2009-02-23: 00:48:00


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Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: beeg + baang + berdz

Sentence: Martin Purple kept finding ways to inflict blunt trauma to his head....He referred to it as bigbangbirds because afterwards, he would see Starlings, Robins, Cardinals and best of all, little colorful Hummingbirds joyfully dancing around his head.

Etymology: A Play on Big Bang Theory + Big + Bang + Birds >>>Big (above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent)Bang (strike violently,the swift release of a store of affective force) Birds (warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wings) Big Bang Theory (The theory that the universe was once clustered and at the 'beginning' it exploded out, as shown by the fact that objects are still moving)...In this case, those objects happen to be birds!!


got a big bang out of this creation! - silveryaspen, 2009-02-19: 12:27:00

metrohumanx BEAUTIFUL construction, M. - metrohumanx, 2009-02-23: 00:41:00


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Created by: yellowbird

Pronunciation: bawnk-mose

Sentence: Just as Newton was inspired to study gravity by being bombarded with apples, and Einstein encouraged to investigate the relativity of time by being forced to fill out dreary piles of paperwork in an office, so too was the the young Carl Sagan influenced by an outside event. After banging his head on a low shelf, he saw a personal 'bonkmos' of amazing brightness and detail, which led him to a career in science and experimentation with certain herbal supplements, all in an effort to recreate the 'little twittery cosmos' he saw on that long ago day.

Etymology: bonk + cosmos


metrohumanx Brilliant and lyrical! - metrohumanx, 2009-02-23: 00:37:00


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Created by: readerwriter

Pronunciation: loo-muhn-fluhm-muhcs-t

Sentence: The moon was full when Brianne, President of the local Scooby Doo Fan Club, and Connie, the VP, parked their car at the bottom of the darkened hillside. The moon was full and, after a few tokes, they determined this was the night they would make it up the creepy drive to view the old Greymoor Mansion, rumoured to be haunted. It was a hike, but, just as they rounded the bend and caught sight of the enormous stone ediface, a cloud moved across the sky blocking the moon. They screamed and jumped, turning at the same time, intending to run full speed down the hill. Instead, their heads collided. Sitting on the ground, they stared, lumenflummoxed, at the stars circling their heads. "Out of sight," they in unison. The cloud moved on and the gods laughed.

Etymology: From LUMEN, for light +FLUMMOX, confused

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Created by: kateinkorea

Pronunciation: ha LOO si GIE rate

Sentence: After getting hit on the head several times by the burglar, I had halucigyrates going around and around and around me circling. There is a little bird hallucigyrate, a bell hallucigyrate, and something that looks like the burglar standing in front of me again.

Etymology: HALUCINATE: see things that aren't there GYRATE: circle around


senternce so good I cringed. admire the originality of your verbotomy. - silveryaspen, 2009-02-19: 12:32:00


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Created by: xxmel

Pronunciation: per-plex-ee-an

Sentence: John's eyes lingered over Judy's beautiful facial structure until she caught his stare, and bashed his head with a hard wooden bat, causing him to fall over in perplexian.

Etymology: perplex - to confuse or trouble ian - belonging or relating to

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Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: or-bit-a-hit

Sentence: When things got slow and boring at 'Smart Aide', Mr. Teetotaller Trippy and Miss Bingbang Buffy enjoyed the orbitahit to their noggins, because it reminded them of their younger days at the clubs with all the lights spinning around and stars flashing.

Etymology: Orbit- The path of a celestial body or an artificial satellite as it revolves around another body. A Hit- To come into contact with forcefully; strike.

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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-02-19: 00:01:01
Today's definition was suggested by metrohumanx. Thank you metrohumanx. ~ James

metrohumanx metrohumanx - 2009-02-23: 00:34:00
I must have been in a sort of time-warp chronoanomaly when this one came down the pike, because i missed it completely. Very rich trove of Verbotomisms, though! Carry on!

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-09-02: 00:10:00
Today's definition was suggested by metrohumanx. Thank you metrohumanx. ~ James

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