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'Those idiots! I have the right of way!'

DEFINITION: To assert your right-of-way in traffic, even when it's stupidly dangerous to do so.

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Created by: KristinA

Pronunciation: car-fool

Sentence: She opted to drive home from dinner because his carfooling makes her nauseous.

Etymology: carpool and fool

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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: ca-ray-zee

Sentence: Carazy Carl careered along the Champs Elysee in his Corolla calling out to Camira drivers to get out of his way.

Etymology: car + crazy


carazy for trying, carazy for crying and carazy for loving you... - galwaywegian, 2007-07-17: 07:20:00

I want to give bonus points for alliterative license, but the DPS failed me on that portion of the exam. - Kyoti, 2007-07-17: 11:07:00


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Created by: weareallbeautiful

Pronunciation: ih-dee-aw-k-r-i-t

Sentence: He was idiocrighting.

Etymology: idiocracy+right

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Created by: Osomatic

Pronunciation: Wreck + spect

Sentence: He'll wreckspect a two-ton semi trailer to stop on a dime if it means getting the right of way!

Etymology: Wreck + expect

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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: ir/road/sponce/ible

Sentence: He again crossed 3 lanes of traffic without signaling, demonstrating how totally irroadsponsible he is.

Etymology: irresponsible + road

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Created by: puttputt

Pronunciation: braen pownding

Sentence: I was so upset with this traffic it was so brainpounding.

Etymology: to show anger or diffuculty understanding something.

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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: coop/day/tah

Sentence: He instituted a coupedetat on a north bound road by declaring it a south bound route from here on.

Etymology: coup d'etat + coupe


Coupe, there it is... hey, hey, hey! - Kyoti, 2007-07-17: 15:45:00


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Created by: r0b0tj0n3z

Pronunciation: dry-ver-ight-iss

Sentence: Steve has driveritis tendencies

Etymology: driver, tendonitis?

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Created by: Wiserhinoceros

Pronunciation: CON-tra-fict

Sentence: He regularly contraficted driving against the traffic as if in contradiction to the rules of the road.

Etymology: Contra (against). fict (unreal). A conflation of contradict, traffic and fiction..

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Created by: missmurder

Pronunciation: sra-dive-err

Sentence: Dan got a ticket because he was a strdiver.

Etymology: stuipid+driver

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Osomatic - 2007-07-17: 00:40:00

Osomatic - 2007-07-17: 00:44:00
Eeek! I wasn't paying attention and I put my word in the wrong place - could you delete it for me, oh Mightiest of Verbotomists?

Osomatic - 2007-07-17: 00:44:00
Er... and the comment asking you to delete it. And, heh, this one too. I think I'm caught up now.

rikboyee - 2007-07-17: 01:00:00
aaahh...a bit of boxlexia i see

Kyoti - 2007-07-17: 11:12:00
La pequeña caja divertida.

MisUndrstd - 2007-07-17: 12:32:00
Yeah what Kyoti said!

Girljenta2006 - 2007-07-22: 11:27:00