What is Obliviate?
Originating from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Obliviate is a term meaning 'forget'. Obliviate is a memory charm, resulting in the erasure of the recipients memory. Now it is used as a verb, such as
'I obliviated my math homework at home'
May be an accidental combination of obliterate and oblivion.
Heard on a New York City TV news report in the 1970s, after an explosion at a gas storage tank being dismantled, a worker in a hardhat told the reporter "My shack was oblivated!"
(verb) Stress relief by taking your aggressions out in a good round of Oblivion. (etymology: Oblivion + Alleviate)
cougre picks up a trout and threatens everyone with it.
reaper: Chill out cougre, before someone gets hurt.
cougre: You're right. I'd better obliviate some of this stress.
<cougre fires up Oblivion and draws his sword.>
Cobra_Girl: Whew. That was close. :)
A smash of obliterated and oblivion -the net result of too much alchohol consumption. Coined by Mike Oliver, drummer for Dog Fashion Disco.
Man I was SO obliviated last night after drinking that liter of Popov Vodka and gobbling 4 Xanax!