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obvibliv - A statement that points out the blatantly obvious, but the surrounding listeners are too stupid or terrified of the speaker to point it out.

e.g., Mr. Dawson’s obvibliv, “The 70% drop in sales shows we aren’t doing very well,” made the workers want to retch.

submitted by Meryl

obviety - (Rhymes with BOB-vee-uh-tee; n.) A statement which, despite sounding fairly deep, is actually a self-evident banality. [Noun form of "obvious."]

e.g., "Men can never understand being a mother." "Well, men don't have the babies, or any of the parts necessary for child-bearing or baby-feeding, so---" "There's also all the responsibilities and multitasking and---" "So, what you're saying is that men are not women. That's no deep philosophical truth: it's an obviety." "A what?" "An obviety, as in plain as your nose." "So you agree with me?" "Of course I do." "But it's like declaring that dinosaurs were big: we all know it, but what difference does it make?"

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

obviofication - Clarifying that which is obvious.

e.g., Schlackel was once a master of the obvious. Now he often needs obviofication. I'm usually happy to provide it, but it does get tiresome at times.

submitted by Redbendad - (www)

obvisity - Being too obvious, see-through.

e.g., The obvisity of Linda's feelings toward Scott showed claear across the room.

submitted by Sheryl

obwana - An interesting alternative way to address a president, it's a blend of "bwana" and "Obama," of course. "Bwana" is African for "mister" or "sir" or "guy in charge."

e.g., It's time now, Obwana (Mr. President), to put your seal of a prove'll on the education bill.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

obzoki - To be uneven or badly proportioned.

e.g., Chris certainly has an obzoki head and face.

submitted by dedbug

occasient - To visit occasionally; to be an irregular patron of. Less than a frequent visitor.

e.g., These are some of the blogs that I occasient. The problem is that when I get a chance to read them, there have been far too many postings to ever catch up.

submitted by DouglasDD

occassion - Taking an occasion as an opportunity to behave like an asshole.

e.g., I do that on occassion to maintain some semblance of civility, having made a pledge to be civil when I signed on here.

submitted by Miss Speller

occidens - [Rhymes with OX-ih-benz; n.] 1. In full, ala occidens "west wing," the TV show (now a staple on Netflix et al.) 'The West Wing,' a decidedly liberal take on the presidency of one Josiah Bartlett (played delightfully by Martin Sheen). While the liberalism and I don't get along most of the time, I enjoyed the show's first run (when I could find it), and I'm binging through it for the ... fourth? time now. The writing's very good, and the jokes are funny (most of the time). When I'm watching it, or movies like 'The American President' or 'Dave' or the (really) old classic 'Gabriel Over the Whitehouse,' I'm OCCIDENSING; [v.] 2. Watching shows like 'The West Wing,' 'Dave,' 'The American President' or 'Gabriel Over the Whitehouse'---essentially, dramatic alternate political fiction; [adj.] 3. of or pertaining to dramatic alternate political fiction: shows like 'The West Wing,' 'Dave,' 'The American President' and 'Gabriel Over the Whitehouse.'

e.g., "What are you doing?" "I'm occidensing." "What?" "I'm watching ... what's it called? ... Matilda. It's a show about a woman in the presidency who is a tyrannical reactionary, and how she alienates her friends, her family, her party, her ... well, everybody, and finally gets assassinated. It's pretty weird." "Yeah. ... occidensing? you said?" "Yeah, occidensing."

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

occuability - Readiness for occupying, habitable.

e.g., The slumlord would not make any representations in regard to the apartment's occuability.

submitted by HR Totten

occurance - Occurrence: something that hapens; an event that hapens. Of the mispelings of occurrence, the most comon is occurence -- failing to double the leter r. My guess is that the mispeling does not ocur often enough for it to become an alternate corect speling.

e.g., "These poems are full of humor, introspection, and managing to find inspiration in the smallest of things and occurances."

submitted by Miss Speller

occurencia - A sudden bright idea, panacea, or witty remark uttered. From the Spanish word for occurence: ocurrencia.

e.g., When Pancho Villa declared for the revolution, it was quite an occurencia throughout Mexico.

submitted by Joel Parker

occutard - (ock-you-tard) (noun) An adolescent of any age who loiters with other occutards. An occutard's main goal is to be a general nuisance, as she is totally ignorant of her puppetmasters' (Bill Ayers et al.) socio-Marxist cause.    Occutard characteristics:  * dependent on parents  * opposed to work  * drawn to noise and bright colors  * dangerous in large numbers (docile when solitaire)  * prone to exaggeration in regard to their privileged upbringing  * easy to manipulate (susceptible to cult worship)  * defecates in public places 

e.g., What is an occutard?    Sweet, Sweet Irony: #OWS Decides To No Longer Share Their Own Wealth With Freeloaders Of course, pretty much all of the Occutards in Zuccotti Park are freeloaders, but, the kitchen staff has a problem with some more than others in their communist utopia (via Jammie Wearing Fool) (NY Post) The Occupy Wall Street volunteer kitchen staff launched a “counter” revolution yesterday — because they’re angry about working 18-hour days to provide food for “professional homeless” people and ex-cons masquerading as protesters. Part of it is surely that they are having to work, when they thought everything would be provided for them while they relaxed on a golden couch and were fed grapes. For three days beginning tomorrow, the cooks will serve only brown rice and other spartan grub instead of the usual menu of organic chicken and vegetables, spaghetti bolognese, and roasted beet and sheep’s-milk-cheese salad. They will also provide directions to local soup kitchens for the vagrants, criminals and other freeloaders who have been descending on Zuccotti Park in increasing numbers every day. To show they mean business, the kitchen staff refused to serve any food for two hours yesterday in order to meet with organizers to air their grievances, sources said. As JWF points out, the ex-cons and homeless are using up resources without contributing anything, so, the Occupiers are going to cut them off. The Occupiers surely do not even see the irony in cutting off people who have nothing and are just looking for some help from the Zuccotti Park “government.” But, the ZPG isn’t too happy to share their own largess with the less fortunate. “We need to limit the amount of food we’re putting out” to curb the influx of derelicts, said Rafael Moreno, a kitchen volunteer. Yup, still irony, considering what the Occupiers are demanding. Some arguments broke out as the security team searched tents — but no violence erupted. Security teams? In a communist utopia? Searching tents? Stalin would be proud. This is like Lord Of The Flies on steroids. Child-like Marxists living like the proverbial pigs, though pigs tend to not live in their own “filth”, and are actually rather fussy eaters. They just like mud. And now they’re learning that people are going to try and take advantage of “the government” and get stuff for free because they feel entitled because “the government” is just there to help. The massive amounts of irony cannot be put into words. Crossed at Pirate’s Cove. Follow me on Twitter @WilliamTeach. Please sign the drill now petition. Posted by William Teach on October 27, 2011 8:24 am » Filed Under Anti-Capitalism, Communism, Liberal World, Marxism, News, liberalism

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oceanrific - Really super cool, especially when describing blue hair.

e.g., Wow, your hair is looking oceanrific today. (NOTE: Whee. I love blue hair slang, seeing as that's what color mine is now.)

submitted by Jared

ockamatutty - The creases and indents that appear on human skin after being in close contact with any textured material.

e.g., I sat on this wicker chair in my shorts and now I have ockamatutty all over my thighs.

submitted by Sally

ocker - The most foul-mouthed, tight stone-washed jeans with socks pulled over wearing, smoke pack stuck in t-shirt sleeve showing loser -- usually with a mullet haircut.

e.g., You don't want to go into that pool hall. First off, all the eight balls are stolen, and second -- it's packed with ockers.

submitted by Richard

ockham's tonsure - (Also "Occam's tonsure"; n.) _Entia_non_sunt_delenda_praeter_necessitatem, Latin for "things should not be deleted without need." The counter to Ockham's razor, which reads entia_non_sunt_multiplicanda_praeter_necessitatem_ "things should not be multiplied without need"---the idea being, of course, that hypotheses ought to remain simple until some evidence calls for additional aspects to be added to the explanation. In modern terms, simpler explanations are more likely than complicated ones. Ockham's tonsure is my way of cautioning against over-enthusiastic simplification: sometimes, the simplest answer doesn't cut it. It's rare, but it happens.

e.g., B: "Look, Arnie's porch is covered in newspapers. His mailbox is stuffed. And his lights all go on at exactly 10 p.m.---I think he's gone somewhere." C: "Actually, he was kidnapped by aliens." B: "Don't be ridiculous: Ockham's razor says the simpler explanation is probably the right one." C: "But don't forget Ockham's tonsure: the simple answer isn't always sufficient." B: "Well, what evidence do you have to justify the addition of aliens and kidnapping to his simply being on vacation or something?" C: "Witness testimony. I was there." B: "What? Somebody actually saw an ALIEN drag Arnie off?!" C: "Yeah. Me. I was there: It was Quiznob of Bizzorg." B: "Quiznob. Bizzorg. Right. Are you nuts?! You don't expect me to believe this nonsense, do you?" C: "But it's true! Don't be overly Ockhamous." D: "Hey, guys, There's a note here on the door: 'I have your friend. If you want him back, bring me 800 dachshunds, 50 rhyming greeting cards, and a bucket of your Earth petroleum. On the 10th of your month July.' It's signed 'Quiznob of Bizzorg.'" B: "Holy crap." C: "Told you." B: "Ockham's tonsure, huh?" D: "What's a Quiznob?" C: "Don't you think we should start buying dachshunds? And greeting cards?"

submitted by scott m. ellsworth - (www)

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oct-u, [the] - Shorter way of saying W-W-W. The W (double u) could be said as 2 u's and there are 3 of them and 2 to the 3rd power is 8 (Latin oct).

e.g., I love oct-u.glasbergen.com

submitted by Michael

octembuary - A fictional month which sounds authentic to very young children.

e.g., "Hey Pappy, can we go to the beach?" "Sure, umpteenth day of the second week this coming Octembuary."

submitted by Steve Zihlavsky

octiculum - The "eight" major ticklish spots on the body, according to Eskimo lore? Have you rubbed friendly noses lately with family or friends?

e.g., It is good to be well-versed in the entire octiculum for fun and pleasure and, who knows, maybe even profit? Laugh and the world laughs, achoo! For warmth and comfort and friendly nose, see an Inuit, you'll like him.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

octiply - To multiply by 8. Figuratively: to exaggerate something eightfold

e.g., John Gray must have been octiplying when he said there were sixteen-foot snowdrifts in Ulgham.

submitted by Colin Taffel

octobloke - A man who seems to have more than two hands in a nightclub. Generally coined by ladies who have been felt up, unless it's THAT sort of nightclub. Also applicable to girls: octogirl, a much rarer breed than the octobloke.

e.g., Did he grope you too, Sheila? He must be an octobloke. He got us both at the same time.

submitted by Xnoybis

octohodic - Beautiful and esthetic concerning all the aspects, used to describe that in art or poetry

e.g., Nathaniel Hawthorne's book is octohodic. This poem is octohodic. That painting is octohodic.

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octology - A numerological theory which has scriptural, logic, and metaphisical arguments at its basis. The essence of that theory is based on the fact that 8 is the light, the perfect number, and even more than that. OCTO=8 in Latin. LOGOS = science, word (Greek).

e.g., Octology considers that mankind must to return to peace, by stoping wars, and loving all, by transforming evil in good, 7 in 8.

submitted by Tatomir Ion Marius - (www)

octomonkey - A monkey that has eight legs, similar to an octopus.

e.g., The octomonkey was able to gather more bananas than the two-armed monkeys.

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octople delusion - A hallucination brought on by chronic insomnia and assisted by wearing two pairs of other peoples eyeglasses simultaneously, thereby doubling four-eyes to eight-eyes.

e.g., As I slipped on Tammy's older pair of glasses over her new ones, I felt the great wooze hit me and suddenly I was experiencing an octople delusion wherein my navel became an apparatus for apple picking as a mechanical armature began to protrude from within me.

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octowiggle - Eighth wiggle in a series of wiggles.

e.g., I've gotta lotta great wiggles, but my octowiggles are usually the best.

submitted by Steve Zihlavsky

octoxoikol - (ok-tuck-Soik-ul) A product, as refined oil, petrol, lubricant, machinery, equipment, and so forth, which is guaranteed to work, function, as low as 8 degrees above absolute zero.

e.g., In the polar regions it is important that octoxoikols be used in the lavatories as well as in the laboratories..

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octuple-monkey-dare - The mother of all dares, for both children and adults. Better than a dare, double-dare, and even a triple-dog-dare.

e.g., Bet you can't make that shot from three feet back from where you're standing . . . I octuple-monkey-dare you.

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