Verboticism: Regiterate

'I guess I'll have one more...'

DEFINITION: v. To make the same mistake over and over again even though you know it's stupid. n. A compulsively repeated mistake.

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Created by: gdread


Sentence: Alice trails the handsome, tattooed stranger, blithely ignoring her unfortunate tendency toward romantic redundergoofs.

Etymology: redundant + goof (both in the sense of "error" and the slang epithet for "stupid person")

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Created by: Katisms1

Pronunciation: day-ja-VOO-pid

Sentence: Why, oh why, did she ignore her gut, yet again, and agree to go out with this wanker? Was she completely dejavupid?!?

Etymology: deja vu + stupid

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Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: air/u/dit/oh

Sentence: to err is human - to eruditto is deja vu

Etymology: err + erudite + ditto

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Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: ree-dum'-duntz

Sentence: Donna was in a good mood - she had just hooked up with a new boyfriend. She'd been visiting her last boyfriend, in prison, when she'd met Spike, just being released on parole. But when Donna called sister to tell her about Spike, her sister said it was another act of 'redumbdunce.' Her last ten boyfriends had all been convicts and criminals.

Etymology: A combination of the words; Redundance (repetition of the same meaning, but using different words), Dumb (lacking in common sense) and Dunce (a person who is stupid or slow to learn)


Happy New Year everyone! - Tigger, 2009-12-31: 01:40:00

And Happy New Year to you! Alas, poor Donna is a creature of conviction! - Nosila, 2009-12-31: 11:01:00


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Created by: FaintStar

Pronunciation: Ree-duhm-dant

Sentence: The man's redumbdancy resulted in him crashing into other cars, even though he knew he was drunk.

Etymology: Redundancy + Dumb

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Created by: ziggy41

Pronunciation: Ree-doo-boo

Sentence: After the same question for the past two hours, his constant redoboos made us change the question. We sadly don't believe he will ever figure out how to open the door.

Etymology: Redo (to do over) + booboo (a mistake)

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Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: dum-squared

Sentence: Len dumsquareded when it came to booze - it never was the enormous amount of alcohol that poisoned his system, it was always the bad chicken wings.

Etymology: dumb X dumb = extremely stupid


Wow, I wish I'd thought of this one! - texmom, 2007-06-07: 12:08:00


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Created by: celan1

Pronunciation: /BLNTRLP/

Sentence: The only thrill to be derived from barhopping is the blunderloop gag-reel of all the stumblebums and barflies.

Etymology: blunder + loop

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Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: com-pul-stooped

Sentence: Rob Dimbulb has this bad habit of being compulstuped by the easiest of tasks.

Etymology: "Compul" - Taken from part of the word Compulsive: Psychology Caused or conditioned by compulsion or obsession. "(Stup)-ed" Taken from part of the word Stupid: Slow to learn or understand; obtuse. Tending to make poor decisions or careless mistakes. Marked by a lack of intelligence or care; foolish or careless.

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Created by: hatman003


Sentence: Henry! thats the third time you didn't lock the airplane door are you just making a frodulerg?


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