All the more reason why scriptie is such a versatile word. And maybe I'm just a hasty cynic, but I'm not sure that any Wordieworthy words have ever been ad libbed. Mostly that spontaneous dialog is just throwaway filler, isn't it?
You know, scriptie is not bad at all. Figuring that any words entered on a Wordie list about a given film would have been *spoken* in the film, they would have to have been written first. And especially since I dabble in screenwriting myself, it makes sense to honor the scriptwriter rather than the film itself for featuring said words. Thanks, u.
Incidentally, is there a "poetrie" or "tunie" term for "movie"? I changed the title of a list today, but the best I could come up with in my mentally crippled state was "moviee." Which kind of sucks, I freely admit.
Surely un-favorite isn't original? So many web sites these days allow "favoriting" of one thing or another, and removing said thing from your favorites list is naturally referred to as un-favoriting it. Maybe without the hyphen. I'm sure it's been used by plenty of other parties before Wordie ever entered the picture.
You might find some more suggestions on the list "Favorite Words that Aren't Really Words." I wouldn't suggest them here because I'm not the one who can say whether they were invented on Wordie--but if you're looking for more, it might help.