Verboticism: Errerrerr

'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: 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: neo1096

Pronunciation: reh-ming

Sentence: Are you ever going to stop remming dad?

Etymology: From remaking and withan extra m for mistake


petaj Oh and what about those lemmings? Renowned for their stupidity running off a cliff each season. - petaj, 2007-06-07: 22:26:00


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Created by: weareallbeautiful

Pronunciation: ih-dee-aw-m-ih-tay-k

Sentence: Wayne asked himself "Why do I keep doing these things?" right before he made yet another idiomitake by walking into the polished glass door.

Etymology: idiotic+mistake

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: blun der as sunder

Sentence: Folly Walnuts was one of the more minor members of the "The Crew". Although his heart and loyalty were in the right places, his brain & judgement had always been away on vacation. When the Mob Boss ordered Folly to off the Secretary of State for his views on organized crime, Folly as per usual misread his instruictions and instead whacked a secretary oft late, which was Miss Tardy A. Lot, who happened to work for Homeland Security. Not only was it a blunderasunder on Folly's part, but he is now enjoying the sunshine and exercise of a Cuban vacation in Gitmo...permanently!

Etymology: Blunder (error;mistake;an embarrassing mistake; make one's way clumsily or blindly; commit a faux pas or a fault or make a serious mistake) & Asunder (all over the place; into bits & pieces; everywhere)

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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: blu/pur/doop

Sentence: owing to her predisposition to blooperdupe, she had a standing order for large bottles of white out

Etymology: blooper + dupe (repeat)


petaj I really hate it when I keep making mistakes with the white out and covering up perfectly good text. Is that oopsablooperdupe? - petaj, 2007-06-07: 08:23:00


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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: noo/err/rot/ik

Sentence: Joe was trapped in the cycle of compulsively repeating his mistakes over and over again. He was a classic neuerrotic.

Etymology: NEUERROTIC - noun - from NEUROTIC (a person prone to anxiety and excessive repetitiveness)+ ERROR

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: reh - PET - uh - blun - der

Sentence: Basil was pretty dense and seemed to miss the fact that once he made a mistake he was under no obligation to repetiblunder and repeat it over and over.

Etymology: Blend of repetitive or repetitious and blunder.


metrohumanx Quite jolly! - metrohumanx, 2008-07-30: 17:23:00


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Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ˈdoʊˌpit/

Sentence: I knew that I was inclined to miss the freeway exit to our new house, so I made a big point of staying focused so that I wouldn't dohpeat this time. Unfortunately, my resolve led me into a false sense of security, and it wasn't until I turned on the street where we used to live that I realized it had happened again.

Etymology: From doh + repeat


I know a dope Pete! - purpleartichokes, 2007-06-07: 12:25:00

I should've known you'd already come up with a better "Doh" based word! - Osomatic, 2007-06-07: 13:37:00


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Created by: jadenguy

Pronunciation: DEE cor ridg ib ul

Sentence: It's not often that we get to stare into the Sun and feel good about it after, and this certainly wasn't one of those times for Darian. His decorrigibility still astounded his brother on new levels, his rIcarus feat less successful with the assistance of plexiglass eyewear.

Etymology: de + corrigible de is pretty obvious. i picked corrigable, because i think that once you've made the mistake, you can learn from it, but then you unlearn from it and commit it again, so that's how you know it's stupid even when you repeat it.


your sentences are like riddles jadenguy - it takes me ages to figure them out - Jabberwocky, 2007-06-07: 11:28:00

in a...good way? - jadenguy, 2007-06-07: 14:57:00

definitely in a good way - Jabberwocky, 2007-06-07: 16:44:00


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Created by: SteveMB1959

Pronunciation: Air-Head-ism

Sentence: John is showing signs of 'Airheadism' again!

Etymology: The word shows the mistake of repeated errors


SteveMB1959 An 'empty head', capable of repeated mistakes - SteveMB1959, 2011-05-15: 07:33:00


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