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'Not now dear, Posh has stretch marks'

DEFINITION: v., To be so obsessed with the lives of celebrities that you neglect your own personal affairs, responsibilities and hygiene. n., A person who is infatuated with celebrities.

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Popnotized

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Created by: p382c

Pronunciation: ---

Sentence: mommy's been popnotized by the e! channel!

Etymology: pop + hypnotized

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Nurnelle

Created by: mangos123

Pronunciation: NUR-null

Sentence: The girl wants a nurnelle for her birthday this year.

Etymology: I just randomly said it one time. It means a bunny-cat-elephant-camel like animal. I dont know how to change the definition up there. If you know how, can you leave it in the comment box? Also, I can't find out how to make a new word after I made this one!!! :(

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Hyperglitteratimania

Created by: CanadianAndyCapp

Pronunciation: Hi-per-glit-ter-are-tee-main-ee-ah

Sentence: The world has always looked for celebrities to give their lives a standard for wishful fantasy. However, in today's multimedia environment, this has become elevated to a state of Hyperglitteratimania!

Etymology: Hyper- To be elevated beyond reality. / Glitterati- Coloquial form of popular celebrity. / Mania- All-consuming obsession

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COMMENTS:

I like the epidemic proportions of your sentence and Hyperglitteratimania! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-15: 10:52:00

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Celebrimental

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: səlebrəmentl

Sentence: You can call them superstars, VIPs, or the rich & famous, whatever you like, Judy is completely celebrimental about them. She spends so much time keeping up with her faves that her husband has to schedule things like discussing their kids.

Etymology: a combination of celebrity (the state of being well known), mental (suffering from disorders or illnesses of the mind) & sentimental (prompted by feelings of tenderness, sadness, or nostalgia)

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Prioritillusionist

Created by: ianbkk

Pronunciation: Pri-ohr-ti-LU-sionist

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Etymology: Priority - something important, delusion - believing in something despite all the evidence to the contrary.

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Celebriate

Created by: Maxine

Pronunciation: si leh bree ayt

Sentence: Celine, ever celebriated, lives in the two-dimensional world of popular magazines and gossip websites, neglecting to raise her head regardless of whether her phone rings, whether her dinner burns, or whether her frail father falls harshly down the stairs.

Etymology: celebrity, inebriate

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COMMENTS:

Indulgently good creation! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-15: 10:47:00

I like your description of celebriation as a "two-dimensional world." Very insightful. - Tigger, 2008-02-15: 22:07:00

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Senceb

Created by: lindseyhamrick

Pronunciation: Sen-seb

Sentence: Annie has a sencebtion with celebrities. She belives she can be just like them.

Etymology: Sen: Holy Ceb: comes from celebrity

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Inmattuated

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: in-mat-oo-eyt-ed

Sentence: Matt Damon, Matt Damon, Matt Damon... That's all Cynthia ever thinks about. She knows EVERYTHING about him, what he likes, what he doesn't like, what he eats, who he's been with, even what toothpaste he uses. She has seen all his films at least a dozen times each. The printing on her "Borne" CDs has worn off from constant handling. She is so inmattuated that she regularly writes to correct his publicist.

Etymology: infatuated (possessed by a foolish or extravagant passion, esp for another person)+ Matt Damon (Matt Damon)

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Becksotted

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: b ek sodd id

Sentence: She was so Becksotted she would have eaten his toenail clippings in her meusli, stirred his hair into her frappacappa, wrapped herself in his sweaty kimono(it would have looked better on her anyway). she stared at his poster and sighed as she plucked the eyes from her Posh doll.

Etymology: besotted, Becks

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COMMENTS:

It's a good thing she's not poshsessed or she might have gone after Beckham's balls (soccer ones of course) - Jabberwocky, 2008-02-15: 09:31:00

Bent over Beckwords! I salute your humor! Laughing loudly! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-15: 10:10:00

very funny - bookowl, 2008-02-15: 10:51:00

Your sentence was so smooth and made me laugh so hard, I forgot what the actual verbotocism was... - DeltaRho2K, 2008-02-15: 13:30:00

You scored a goal with this one. Great word and sentence! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-17: 16:22:00

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Celebarnacle

Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: /sel-leb-BAR-nuh-kul/

Sentence: Most people felt a little bit sad for Rose, because she was such a celebarnacle, reading all of the gossip rags and watching the entertainment news — she was a real pop-culture parasite. Due to her celebsession, she could tell you more stories about Britney Spears' social life than about experiences from her own, lonely life.

Etymology: celebrity - a famous or well-known person (from Latin, celeber "frequented, populous") + barnacle - marine crustacean that clings to the bottoms of ships (likely from Celtic-Breton, bernik "a type of shellfish")

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COMMENTS:

Barnacle! I was thinking of going for some sort of parasite, but now I'm glad I didn't. This is perfect. - ErWenn, 2008-02-15: 09:36:00

The last 19 words of your sentennce, like your verbot, sticks in the mind! Everlasting creation! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-15: 10:43:00

Tigger im so sorry for using your celebsession, but i didnt know it wa in your sentence! great word by the way! - dalmero8, 2008-02-15: 14:35:00

No problemo, dalmero8. I was debating over using 'celebsession' vs. 'celebarnacle' and, well, I've been thinking about an upcoming cruise, craving lobster, and my mind's been 'out to sea' lately. So I guess that explains my choice... - Tigger, 2008-02-15: 21:50:00

I guess she read all the celebrags with rosey-coloured "barnacles!" Nice word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-17: 17:02:00

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-02-15: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by Tigger. Thank you Tigger. ~ James

Nosila - 2008-02-15: 02:00:00
Tigger, great idea! Did you think of it when you were hanging out with Demi/Ashton/Bruce at Sundance or as a guest at Eddy Murphy's fake wedding or schmoozing with Heidi and Seal at that Versace Fashion thingy?? Do tell, enquiring minds want to know...

Tigger - 2008-02-15: 02:46:00
Oh, the Versace thing! Wasn't that just absolutely fab? All my peeps were there and... Well no, I wasn't actually there, but I uh — I read all about it. I could've gone, but I was still distraught over the Pam Anderson divorce. [Ok, I'm giving myself the creeps now — I hate people who talk like that!]

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

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