Verboticism: Chorpse

'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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Lazipossumate

Created by: lennyjaxn

Pronunciation: Ley-zee-POS-uh-meyt

Sentence: The request of Mrs. Johnson for her husband to clean out the garage caused the unfortunate man to lazipossumate until she left.

Etymology: From the low German lasich - languid, and American Indian opposum - he who plays dead

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Possumated

Created by: zardoz

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Chorlapse

Created by: poptart9

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Sentence: He had a case of chorlapse when she asked him to help.

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Lazynticate

Created by: PapaChabre

Pronunciation: lay-ZIN-ti-cate

Sentence: Promptly after being asked to mow the lawn, John was found lazinticating.

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COMMENTS:

Hey! Are you implying that all fat guys with beards are lazy? Because it could possibly be true and therefore that may be a hate crime! You'll be hearing from my lawyer =P - PapaChabre, 2006-12-13: 23:10:00

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Laboritis

Tobester

Created by: Tobester

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Possify

Created by: squirrelian

Pronunciation: possify

Sentence: If Bill comes looking for volunteers just possify until he goes away.

Etymology: derived from "playing possum" combined with "ossify"

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Overchored

loosepiece

Created by: loosepiece

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Sentence: dave was 'overchored' when it came to doing the washing up.

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Oytonitis

Created by: madamebrothel

Pronunciation: Oy-to-ni-tis

Sentence: When David saw all the dishes that need to be done, he suddenly developed oytonitis and fell flat on the couch.

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Koshmar

Created by: Gurova

Pronunciation: kash/ma

Sentence: Daddy is koshmared

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Laziitis

Created by: lucyof2009

Pronunciation: lazy-itis

Sentence: Sorry boss, I can't come to work today; I have laziitis.

Etymology: Combination of the word lazy and the suffix "itis" which usually describes a disease.

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