\ toy'lah'FLEK'shun \ (v.)
The unnatural twisting and bending motions made by people as they wipe while still seated on a toliet. Toilaflexion can occasionally result in pulls or strains if performed while standing.
Dave: Hey Chris! What's with the body cast?
Chris: Awww I got toilaflexion while wiping my ass last week.
When the misspelling is input into a computer speech synthesis program, it can come out sounding like "to'LEET", "TOL'ee'et" (like Juliet from Romeo & Juliet), or "toe'LYE'et" depending on the speech synthesis program used.
For example, it sounds like "toe'LYE'et" on the SAM speech synthesizer for the Commodore 64 computer.
Are you flushing those springs down our toliet?
How one often spells the word "embouchure" (because "embouchure" sounds like it should be spelled "ombusher") -- the use of the facial muscles and shaping of the lips when playing a wind instrument like a tuba or trombone.
You're putting too much pressure on the mouthpiece. Relax the ombusher. Don't use any muscles you don't need.