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  • This is a rather dysturbing thread. ;->

    September 2, 2007

  • I think the word you are looking for here is "disabusing", which could perhaps be defined as "depriving someone of their inspiration".
    Furthermore, I strongly object to your usage of "therefore".
    :-)

    September 1, 2007

  • Actually, I've decided to break apart amusing as a-musing, which means without musing, taking musing to mean being inspired by a Muse, amusing thus means without inspiration. Dysmusing therefore means depriving someone of their inspiration.

    September 1, 2007

  • I kind of think, neither! Unamusing, methinks, is far more er.. amusing!

    September 1, 2007

  • I like the look of the 'y'. Dismusing is too much like unfunny, whereas 'dys' connotes a malfunction, i.e., "something went wrong with the joke".

    September 1, 2007

  • I kind of think it should be dismusing. Discuss.

    September 1, 2007

  • adj. concerning something intended to be amusing, but which turned out to be the exact opposite.

    August 30, 2007