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Created by: Buzzardbilly

Pronunciation: krәnch pәnch

Sentence: Eating hot wings for lunch after having a bowl of Cap'n Crunch for breakfast proved to be an exercise in masochism as the hot sauce filled all of the crunchpunches in the roof of my mouth with searing pain.

Etymology: crunch (to chew noisily) + punch (to make a hole into)

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Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: munk-chur

Sentence: I was munching on a tortilla chip. It was so sharp that it created a munchure wound.

Etymology: A combination of the word Munch (as in snack foods) and Puncture (as in a deep wound or cut)

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Created by: suzanne

Pronunciation: Tay-toes

Sentence: In her lust for salty favour she gave herself tayohs.

Etymology: Tayto- the most beloved brand of crispsin my native land. oh -expression of surprise/ pain

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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: chip/rip

Sentence: The tasty pleasure of eating sour cream and onion potato chips goes out the window when you painfully chiprip the roof of your mouth.

Etymology: CHIPRIP - verb - from CHIPS as in potato chips) + RIP (to cut, or tear apart in a rough, or vigorous manner)


Good one! - Mustang, 2008-10-23: 07:10:00

Been there, done that...good word! - Nosila, 2008-10-23: 20:34:00


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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: graysgrays

Sentence: Her grazegraze didn't bleed much, but it did stingle

Etymology: graze as in wound, graze as in eat all day

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Created by: Bullwinkle

Pronunciation: Sal-iv-ouch'

Sentence: She was sorry she ate so many tacos when she noticed the salivouches the next morning.

Etymology: Saliva + Ouch

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Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: frē-tō-lās'ə-rā'shən

Sentence: When Joe suddenly felt a sharp pain and tasted blood in his mouth, he realized he had suffered a fritolaceration while pigging out on tortilla chips, and, needless to say, it ruined his appetite. It wasn't nearly as bad as the time he had pretzelgored himself though.

Etymology: Frito-Lay (formed by the merger of The Frito Company and H.W. Lay & Company, [North American snack food companies] 1961) + laceration - A jagged wound or cut (from Latin, lacerāre - "to tear up")

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Created by: bbawden

Pronunciation: Dough-Low-ree-Toe

Sentence: I was so hungry this morning, I ate 3 bowls of cap'n Crunch, resulting in a plethora of doloritos all day.

Etymology: Dorito- chip Dolor- Spanish for PAIN

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Created by: Mrgoodtimes

Pronunciation: Ap - pe - sly - cer

Sentence: Pablo's intensity with the jalepeno popper had turned it into an appeslicer. The problem was now figuring out if he was consuming cheese or blood.

Etymology: Appetiser - Slice

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Created by: MithrilShadow

Pronunciation: ˈchip-ˈpəŋk-chər

Sentence: Jane had a rather embarrassing visit to the emergency room, for a rather nasty chipunture wound in her pallet.

Etymology: Chip: a small thin slice of food. Puncture: a hole, wound, or perforation made by puncturing.

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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-11-27: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by xirtam. Thank you xirtam! ~ James

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-03-22: 00:20:00
Today's definition was suggested by xirtam. Thank you xirtam. ~ James

'Omigod! One just bit me!'

DEFINITION: n., A cut, or puncture wound on the roof of the mouth inflicted while consuming dangerously crunchy-sharp foods, like potato chips. v., To cut the roof your mouth while eating extra crispy snack foods.

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