King Tip, 12-4-2013:

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Optical Injury

By: lmaokk

Optical Illusion x Injury = Optical Injury
Person 1: It only hurts when i look at it.
Person 2: Then stop looking at it idiot. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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Vispain

By: Justinamarie327

Vision : when you actually see the wound
Pain: the hurt you get from the wound

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tastybunns, 11-1-2013:

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Procrastinate

By: CrackerJackal

"I've been procrastinating my homework for geography class, it puts me to sleep!"

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Hackcheat, 11-2-2013:

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Cumback

By: Math Nerd

My cumback totally thew Melissa off when she was trying to tell me that George Washington WASN'T a robot.

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Slayerzxx, 10-20-2013:

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inertia

By: Coleman Falcon

"Out of inertia, she continued cycling past the subway entrance."

already a word.

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Wolfsyndrome

By: Tobearius

When a person cries wolf so much, when they do tell the truth nobody believes them.

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Shepardus

By: Comrade Yermolai

in the boy that cried wolf the boy was a Shepard
("you're treating my like a Shepardus)

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AwesoMan3000, 1-24-2014:

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Twitterized

By: boofar

With 140 characters or less, many words are twitterized to fit into a tweet

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Sneeze Pause

By: Marvindocteur8

"The feeling you get when you are about to sneeze and then suddenly it stops."

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JoePaynis, 11-6-2013:

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Lip-suck

By: craftiful

Like 'lip-sync', but suckier.

E.g.: Man, Steve's totally lip-sucking "All about that bass".

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Lyricallosing

By: tdiesman1

She likes the song, she's just Lyricallosing all the time.

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twistersing

By: JohnDoe123

He began to twistersing that song

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Redking500, 6-30-2015:

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Lexishove

By: Weird...

I totally lexishoved the word "banana" while I was writing my essay yesterday.

Lexicon+shove

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Damnit All

By: al3x_jonsey

"I was writing a paper and I didn't want to start another page but that one word just Damnit Alled it."

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curveword

By: 12345689

I was writing my paper and just had one word, I tried to fit it in the tiny space but I ended up putting a curveword in.
i.e. when the word curves down the side of the paper

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