Verboticism: Husbreaking

'Honey! Come see this floor! It's so shining!'

DEFINITION: The happy period in a marriage, which occurs once the husband has been fully domesticated.

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Nueterm

Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: new-turm

Sentence: Domestication of the husbeast has been achieved when he has successfully completed the following courses of instruction: Seatography - the only proper position of the toilet seat is Down. Wild Oats and Bran - A tray of pizza does not constitute a square meal. Taskematics - Performing household chores can garner points, which can be redeemed at a later time for a favorite meal or possibly sex. Wrathematics - Starting an argument with one's wife and trying to win it will nix any points previously won. Upon graduation, the couple can enter the Nueterm, as the husband is considered to be a pandering no-nad, and will happily hand over his nads to his wife for safe-keeping.

Etymology: nueter, term

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Honeydrone

Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: hon-ee-drone

Sentence: It was like a perfect honeydrone for Robert and Alice. He cleaned the toilets. She washed the tub. Naked of course!

Etymology: honeymoon + drone

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Flummoxiphase

Created by: Kyoti

Pronunciation: flum-OX-uh-faze

Sentence: While cleaning his wife's collection of porcelain horse figurines, Edward became acutely aware that he was now in the flummoxiphase of his relationship, and he made plans to dust the good china, wash and vacuum her car, then take her on a 21-day Mediterranean cruise to let her know how much he truly cared.

Etymology: Flummox (bewilder) + ox (beast of burden) + moxie (skill) + phase (process of change)

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Idiohusband

Created by: buddhashampoo

Pronunciation: ideeu-huzbund

Sentence: "I don't know what happened to Mark," said Shelley. "Six months into marriage and he'd become an ideohusband! I wonder what his wife gave him because I'm totally jealous!"

Etymology: ideal+idiot+husband

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Hubbymoon

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: hub-BEE-moon

Sentence: Blissless Bob quickly found out that being a husband was like any other job - it helps if you obey the boss. Once he accepted this fact, the hubbymoon, for he and Roxy, commenced.

Etymology: Hubby (slang for husband)& moon. Based on honeymoon: the early (usually calm and harmonious) period of a relationship; personal, political or business.

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COMMENTS:

Good word! - Gionuzzo, 2007-08-23: 09:02:00

So perfect, I can't even think of anything else! - mplsbohemian, 2007-08-23: 23:37:00

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Husbreaking

Created by: megachan

Pronunciation: Huhs-brake-ing

Sentence: Once Milly realized that Joseph was scouring the cracks between the kitchen tiles of his own accord, she knew that his husbreaking was complete. (Alternate tense: Joseph was husbroken.)

Etymology: From "housebreaking" (training others, especially pets, to live in compliance with one's house rules) and "husband" (the male spouse in a marriage relationship)

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Minimaleation

Created by: lvinning

Pronunciation:

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Groomestic

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: groom-ess-tik

Sentence: His groomestication abilities had been developed quite favourably but in her opinion she could still clean much more thoroughly than he.

Etymology: groom + domestic

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Spouseboy

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: spous/boy

Sentence: As the marriage evolved he was groomed by his wife to be the perfect spouseboy.

Etymology: spouse + houseboy

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Adimaism

Created by: rasumohan

Pronunciation: Adimaizm

Sentence: He enjoys his adimaism period

Etymology: From Tamil

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