Word on the Street

Whine-itis (hwahyn-it-iz) verb. To snivel or complain in a peevish, self-pitying way or to utter a low, usually nasal, complaining cry or sound, as from uneasiness, discontent, peevishness, etc.

Usage example:Damn that LeBron James bitches alot, he must have a case of whine-itis.

Word usage: Now in the playoffs, players and coaches tend to complain and cry alot, more than usual. It’s kind off a way to speak up about the harder style of play, that they don’t encounters under the regular season. The worst cases of whine-itis usually falls on rookies that aren’t used to playing at the next level.

*sob* “All the other players are being mean to me.” *sob*


Labels: LeBron James / NBA Playoffs / NBA / Word on the Street


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