Volunteer [vä-lən-‘tir]: To freely offer to do something without being forced to do it.
“I will volunteer to take on that task”.
Voluntold [vä-lən-tōld]: To be forcibly volunteered for something, oftentimes unpleasant, by someone else.
“Hey Bob, you should take on that task.”
Volunshare [vä-lən-‘sher]: To be voluntold to do something, and in retaliation you voluntell your voluntolder.
Joe: “Has anyone thought of doing XYZ to help out our efforts?”
Bob: “This sounds like something we should look into. Joe, why don’t you take the lead on getting things moving.”
Joe: “Bob, I will do that. You seem to have some opinions on the topic though, so let’s co-lead the initiative.”
Bob and Joe both walk away as co-owners of the task.