Verboticism: Slackosis

'Mommy, is Daddy playing dead again?'

DEFINITION: v. To be physically overcome by a sudden illness, disability, or even death when asked to participate in unrewarding activities -- like work, or household chores. n. A person who gets sick when asked to work.

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Assistitis

Created by: emrldctygrrl

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Conveniolesce

Created by: Trivigo

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Sentence: I knew that the sore ankle would give the chance to conveniolesce Saturday instead of mowing the lawn.

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Tascquarade

Created by: Javeson1

Pronunciation: Task-ah-rade

Sentence: Every time someone asks me to help them with chores, I put on a tascquarade.

Etymology: task+evade+masquerade

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Mortachore

Lonflobber

Created by: Lonflobber

Pronunciation: Mort-a-chore-ay

Sentence: Donald was suffering from an acute case of mortachore due to his wife's incessant nagging.

Etymology: "Morte"from the Italian for death, and "chore", a routine task

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Federlinely

Created by: Chistinalove

Pronunciation: Federline (like in Kevin Federline) with a "lee" at the end. Federlinely.

Sentence: I felt Federlinely at the thought of rearranging my house by myself.

Etymology: Britney Spears husband is Keven Federline ... he acts Federlinely whenever he doesn't want to do something. Therefore Federlinely's definition is what it is.

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Hypogondria

Created by: josje

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Futral

Created by: vladtheimpala

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Sentence: As the argument between his wife and mother degenerated to new lows, Barry remained futral.

Etymology: Futile and Neutral

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Choreitis

Created by: Hilary

Pronunciation: "chore" + "itis". easy.

Sentence: Daddy will be fine, Emily. He's just caught another bout of choreitis.

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Exercispire

johnsto

Created by: johnsto

Pronunciation: Exersi-spired

Sentence: Alice can't do it; she's exercispired.

Etymology: Exert (to do work) + expire (to die/end)

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COMMENTS:

johnsto im rubbish - johnsto, 2006-12-13: 07:29:00

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Responsibilitis

Created by: Baruch

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