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Here's one for the list.

"Bonkbuster (a play on "blockbuster" and the verb "to bonk") is a term coined in 1989 by British writer Sue Limb to describe a subgenre of commercial romance novels in the 1970s and 1980s ...."

I saw it for the first time today and giggled like Beavis or Butthead, one of those guys.

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Here’s another one: infuct. Origin: early 21st century, verb meaning: to affect (a person, organism, cell, etc.) with a disease causing organism, acquired deliberately by refusing to accept scientifically proven avoidance strategies.  

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3 minutes ago, Old No. 7 said:

Here’s another one: infuct. Origin: early 21st century, verb meaning: to affect (a person, organism, cell, etc.) with a disease causing organism, acquired deliberately by refusing to accept scientifically proven avoidance strategies.  

You're making that up.

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