Verboticism: Multitaxed

'Please don't try to watch TV and eat at the same time!'

DEFINITION: n. A person who gets completely disoriented whenever they try to do more that one thing at a time. v. To make a big mess because you are trying to do too many things at once.

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Monotasker

Created by: Koekbroer

Pronunciation: moh noh tas ker

Sentence: Doug is such a monotasker, he just spilled his nachos because the movie started.

Etymology: mono + task

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Pigstybunkist

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: Pig-sty-bunk-ist

Sentence: Sallynag Sunkist knew all too quickly when she married Alberto, he was a pigstybunkist. No matter how many times she nagged...she couldn't change the fact Alberto was so slack. Try as she might to be his Mother he would ignore her. He said "listen here my dear Sallynag, if you don't like the way I am...then pack your bags and leave my pigpen...I've already have a Mother and I do not need another!"

Etymology: Pigsty:(Slang) A dirty,very untidy place,very messy! Bunk: (slang) meaning absurd,ridiculous,something totally stupid. Bunkist: A person that is absurd and ridiculous. Pigstybunkist: A person that is sloppy and untidy and a ridiculous slob.

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Multifail

Created by: wizzbritt

Pronunciation: Mul-tee-fay-ul

Sentence: I tried to brush my teeth while feeding the baby and jogging on the treadmill but ended up multi failing.

Etymology: Multi: more than one Fail: be unsucessful

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Disorientexpress

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: dis oree ent ex pres

Sentence: Between operating the TV remote, eating, drinking burping and talking on the phone and to the TV set, Bruno was working the disorientexpress. He set the record for making the fastest mess on the couch for his wife Debbie to try and clean, as she cooked dinner, watered the plants, did the laundry and dishes,fed the pets, balanced the books, vacuumed and got tomorrow's lunches for everyone ready. It's true, a woman's work is never done...

Etymology: Disorient (confuse, muddle,flummox) & WordPlay on Orient Express (The Orient Express is the name of a long-distance passenger train service originally operated by the Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits. It ran from 1883 to 2009, from Paris to Istanbul.)

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Distasker

Created by: readerwriter

Pronunciation: dihs-tahs-ker

Sentence: Whether it was calculated or not, every time Rip Van Winkle tried to do anything other than sleep, he showed his nagging wife he was a real distasker.

Etymology: Playing on DISASTER, using DIS/not + TASK/ a piece of work, usually assigned

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COMMENTS:

really like this word! - splendiction, 2009-05-13: 22:46:00

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Conflusterrent

Created by: dochanne

Pronunciation: Con-flust-err-ent

Sentence: Texting on his phone while walking led Daniel to first add "tree" to the message unintentionally, then walk into it. When trying to gather his papers and talk to the woman who came to his help he found himself confabulating out of befuddlement, messhandling everything until he became quite conflusterrent and babbled senselessly. He found this whole muddletasking thing quite multying.

Etymology: Concurrent - at the same time; Confluence - coming together or occuring together; Fluster - confused and addled by too many things to do!; Err - error or mistake.

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Punitasker

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: pyoōnētaskr

Sentence: Julia had to work last Saturday so she asked John to take care or fixing dinner. Knowing that he had little experience in the kitchen, she detailed everything he needed to do. He followed her instructions to the letter. He seared and cooked the steaks, prepared the mashed potatoes and vegetables. He even heated an apple pie for dessert. Unfortunately, John is not only a uni-tasker he is a punitasker. Not being able to manage the details and timing involved in getting it all done at the same time he did them in sequence. First he cooked the meat, then the vegetables and so on. After each step he would add the component to a plate and put it in the warmer oven. By the time Julia got home the steaks had the same consistency as the china. That’s when John displayed his one real talent. He placed an order with the local Chinese restaurant. John’s cooking didn’t go completely to waste. The baby carrots he cooked worked perfectly as toothpicks.

Etymology: puny (small and weak) + task (a piece of work to be done or undertaken) play on uni-tasker (something that has only one function)

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Scattertasking

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: skatərtaskng

Sentence: Tom believes he is good at multitasking. Anybody near him knows that scattertasking is closer to the truth. If he has more than one thing to do at a time someone is going to be hurt, usually Tom. He's been known to scald himself with hot coffee, staple his fingers, poke himself in the eye with his cell phone and stab himself with a pencil, all before his computer could boot up.

Etymology: scatter (throw in various random directions) + tasking (a piece of work to be done or undertaken)

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COMMENTS:

LMAO! You're so FUNNY! GREAT word! - abrakadeborah, 2009-05-14: 10:53:00

Hey Buddy VOTE for some people on here every once in a while :) Not asking for myself pick words YOU like~ - abrakadeborah, 2009-05-14: 10:55:00

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Multitaxing

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: muhl-tee-tak-sing

Sentence: Nobody wants to admit how slow-witted Jeremy is, afterall, he is the boss. Doing more than one thing at a time is multitaxing for him. He often has to hold his breath to form a thought.

Etymology: multitasking (the carrying out of two or more tasks at the same time by one person) + taxing (to make heavy demands on; strain)

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Sloperative

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: slohpp ur aht iv

Sentence: George Jnr was a natural born sloperative, just like his dad. The only family in thos parts that were allergic to Wrigleys

Etymology: operative, slop

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terrific - Jabberwocky, 2009-05-14: 14:47:00

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