Verboticism: Necrochoria

'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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Boreshock

Created by: akvoD3

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Sentence: After repeatedly being told to do his chores, Jenny suffered from boreshock.

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Narcotasky

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Created by: librarian

Pronunciation: nar'co-tasky

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Etymology: narcolepsy + tasks

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Created by: zombiebex

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Narcavoidolepsy

Created by: robynlicious

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Sentence: Sorry I couldn't set the table for dinner, but I had a wave of Narcavoidolepsy hit me so hard that I didn't think I'd even wake up to eat.

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Lazyperform

Created by: 321JOS

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Sentence: All Spartans are lazyperform

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Schlubbed

Created by: cannibalgymnastics

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Sentence: "Can you get Bill to help us move this furniture? " "Nah, he's schlubbed out."

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Morbidleness

Created by: elvisharwen

Pronunciation: morb-IDLE-ness (morb eye dul ness)

Sentence: He was overcome by a sudden attack of morbidleness after being asked to do the dishes.

Etymology: morbid: that of, or relating to, death idle: laziness, procrastination

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Nublo

Created by: tazarte

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Fakescape

Created by: ratibala

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Sentence: My husband was fakescape at the site of me paying the bills.

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Lazydeath

Created by: chrisk2k7

Pronunciation: lay - zee - deh - th

Sentence: her husband was severly suffering from lazydeath

Etymology: lazy + death

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