Verboticism: Disdreamay

'I wish that girl would talk to me...'

DEFINITION: v. To get what you wished for, but not exactly what you wanted. n. A wish come true that's a total let down.

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Giftmiffed

Created by: chris

Pronunciation: gift-mift

Sentence: The red Ferrari was great, as far as it went. However,the fact that it was 3 inches long and in a little plastic box left Nigel feeling distinctly giftmiffed

Etymology: gift + miffed (unhappy, disappointed)

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Stubsidy

Created by: deadpanwalking

Pronunciation: STUB-sid-ee

Sentence: When I saw that my raise just barely qualified me for a higher tax bracket, I thanked my boss for the stubsidy.

Etymology: Stub + Subsidy

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Wishwreck

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: wuish - rek

Sentence: Oliver was the victim of a wishwreck this week. This often happened to him. He would build up a fantasy about something or someone in his mind and when he finally got what he wanted, reality was often disappointing.

Etymology: wish, wreck

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COMMENTS:

artr Reality is for those who lack imagination - artr, 2009-07-28: 09:39:00

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Acieve

Created by: Kiyorezo

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Dreamsink

Created by: Koekbroer

Pronunciation: dreem-sing-k

Sentence: Doug wanted her so bad but it turned out to be a total dreamsink as soon as she opened her mouth.

Etymology: dream + heatsink (a heatsink dissipates heat)

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Iwanic

Created by: Fleury

Pronunciation: eye-WAH-nik

Sentence: It was pretty iwanic -- he did, after all, tell the blackjack dealer "hit me!"

Etymology: sloppy conflation of "ironic" and "I want it"

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Disdreamay

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: diss-dreem-may

Sentence: She couldn't wait to get her new Ken doll for Christmas but suffered much disdreamay when she discovered that he had plastic hair and not flowing real hair like Barbie.

Etymology: dismay (thwarted, disappointed) + dream (wish, hope)

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Wishfulfoulment

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: wish full foul ment

Sentence: He stopped tossing his ball from hand to hand for a moment. Slowly swaying his way was a hot princess...oh if he could only just speak to her. He accidentally dropped his ball. She picked it up. “I like this ball, can I keep it?” He stared, unable to speak. She noticed HIM!? She screached, “Stop staring at me! I guess I’ll keep it!” Sometimes wishfulfoulments will happen.

Etymology: A play on "wishfulfillment", "foul".

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Miraclul

Created by: Elucard

Pronunciation: Meh-ra-ck-lul

Sentence: He has talked about this for so long, and when it finally happened it turned out to be a miraclul.

Etymology: First Part belongs to Miracle - as in when the wish or prayer is answered. Second Part belongs to lul(lulz) - a term used as a (Lame Uncomfortable Laugh) - like the chuckle in the image this guy would make in an uncomfortable situation. Uncomfortable Miracle -> Miraclul

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Semanticism

Created by: iceburgamy

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