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'I know it's loaded with calories...'

DEFINITION: n. Any highly-processed food or beverage in which the natural ingredients have been removed and replaced with artificial flavors and additives. v. To consume food products laced with synthetic sweeteners, imitation flavors, and other carcinogens.

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Nutrideficient

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: new-treh-de-FISH-unt

Sentence: Filbert was in complete denial about the 'power drink' he consumed daily, thinking it was packed with added vitamins, minerals and nutriments but it was in fact, totally nutrideficient.

Etymology: Blend of 'nutrition' (beneficial attribute of food) and 'deficient' (in short supply-absent)

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Rinkydrink

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: Ring - kee - dreenk

Sentence: Norton exclaimed, "What kinda rinkydrink is this?!!!!" It is full of Sweententame, Carcinocolor 30, Noxphoric Acid, Nomassium Renzoate, Nomassium Bitrate, Baselcellame Nomassium and.... its loaded with Daffeine to boot!!

Etymology: Rinky Dink + Drink >>> Rinky Dink(Of poor or inferior quality; hokey; sloppy; chintzy; small; flimsy; inadequate) >> Drink (consumable beverage).

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Easy to remember, quick to come to mind ... will use it a lot! - silveryaspen, 2009-01-29: 08:37:00

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Badditive

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: bad dit tiv

Sentence: One day when Chad was told by his doctor to watch what he consumed, he started reading the labels. He was amazed to see all the badditives placed in his food and drink. Latin-sounding, unpronounceable names, sinister sounding words and all the ingrediants were at least 15 letters long. Every badditive was making the Chadditive both sadditive and madditive!

Etymology: Bad (that which is below standard or expectations as of ethics or decency; capable of harming;reproduced fraudulently) & Additive (something added to enhance food)

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Pepsicodology

Created by: scrabbelicious

Pronunciation: pép:see:cód:ol:oh:gee

Sentence: Séamus and his sweet tooth went everywhere together. Always pestering him for a treat, Séamus had a cunning plan that he, his sweet tooth and his liquid diet could be made live in harmony with a bit of pepsicodology.

Etymology: Pepsi : Sweet drink suitable for athletes who run at least one marathon per day, every day. Codology : an Irish colloquialism indicating the wool is being pulled somewhere reasonably close by.

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Caldrieath

Created by: leeannhamers

Pronunciation: Ka-Al-dree-eth

Sentence: My mom told me not to have soda its one of those Caldrieath foods.

Etymology: Calories, Drinks, Death

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Eatitives

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: eet it ivs

Sentence: Freddy only consumed foods laced with eatitives. He believed that lots of long names in ingredients were healthy for him and powered up his energy and nutrition count.

Etymology: Eat (to consume) & Additives (things added to foods to enhance flavour, shelf life, colour and desirability)

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Vitaminogen

Created by: chaiandallthatjazz

Pronunciation: veye-tuh-min-o-jen

Sentence: "All I gotta do is pop this here vitaminogen into some water, stir 'er, and I'll be all set for the day. Forget the gatorade and microwave dinners. This here is the best thing since sliced bread," exclaimed Bobby Joe.

Etymology: vitamin (n.organic components in food that are needed in very small amounts for growth and for maintaining good health; n.nutritional supplement) carcinogen (cancer causing agent)

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Nutrideficient

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: noo-treh-de-FISH-unt

Sentence: Cameron was in complete denial about the 'power drink' he consumed daily, thinking it was packed with added vitamins, minerals and nutriments but it was in fact, totally nutrideficient.

Etymology: Blend of nutrition and deficient

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metrohumanx One summer I ran into a deli to get a Yoo-Hoo and was amazed by the daunting display of "sports drinks" and other things of dubious origins. - metrohumanx, 2009-01-29: 01:41:00

Excellent word! - silveryaspen, 2009-01-29: 08:39:00

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Fastfraud

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: junkfeed

Sentence: Jim began junkfeeding as a child. As a young adult he consumed his favourite, seriously overprocessed, junkfeed in quantities disproportionate to his energy needs so that he became unhealthy. His doctors warned him to avoid the common, easy to reach, junkfeed and return to a simpler diet rich in real food. Jim learned what real food is but unfortunately couldn't find real foods around him...

Etymology: junkfeed v and n. from junk or useless stuff/what has no purpose and the verb feed, for an organism's tendency to eat for necessity and not the enjoyment of food

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Sinmatation

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sin ma tay shun

Sentence: John's kitchen was a chemist's nightmare. His prepared and processed foods were full of ingredients with very long, complex and foreign sounding components. His fridge and freezer were filled with modified products like near-beer, fake-a-cola, meatcheat, shamham, narydairy, stiltedcheese, designwine, oughterwater, yolkjoke, pearsatz and artifishfingers. John had traded away nutrition and healthy sustenance for convenience and sinmatation. His pantry contained replicas of foods, like synammon, appeteasers, fakemixes, bastardpasta, forgeporridge, macaphoni, wannabeans, dupesoup,inbreads, fauxjoe, cornterfeits and other appetite simulants. Yes, John, would learn later in life that trading off cooking time and a few calories and possible tooth decay for mysterious, unpronounceable carcinogenic substances was a short-sighted exchange.

Etymology: Sin (an act that is regarded by theologians as a transgression of God's will) & Synthetic (a compound made artificially by chemical reactions;not of natural origin; prepared or made artificially) & Imitation ( copying (or trying to copy) the actions of someone/something else)

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metrohumanx You crack me up every time, Nosie. Those new "lite" pierogies just don't do it for me, though. - metrohumanx, 2009-01-29: 01:39:00

They go with cabbage droles and cubelsa! - Nosila, 2009-01-29: 01:50:00

Super sentence. Super Word! - silveryaspen, 2009-01-29: 22:20:00

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-01-29: 00:01:01
Today's definition was suggested by silveryaspen. Thank you silveryaspen. ~ James

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-08-13: 00:15:00
Today's definition was suggested by silveryaspen. Thank you silveryaspen. ~ James