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'Oh no!'

DEFINITION: n., That sad feeling you get when you open the pizza box, and there's nothing left but grease stains. v. intr., To sit in front of an empty pizza box and sulk.

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Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: Shah-GREE-Khee-OH-sa

Sentence: Upon opening the fridge door and finding the pizza box empty Bob, hating himself for having slept till noon, accepted that all things come to those who wait, especially disapizzament and chagricciosa.

Etymology: Bland of Chagrin: a feeling of vexation, marked by disappointment, melancholiness or humiliation. & capricciosa: a popular type of pizza.


I like it! - Mustang, 2008-10-09: 05:17:00

nice - best said with an Italian accent - Jabberwocky, 2008-10-09: 13:41:00


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Created by: yellowbird

Pronunciation: don - wan

Sentence: Jake sat beside the empty pizza box, hungover and now feling donwan as well.

Etymology: donwan a play on don (head of Mafia family) and Don Juan.

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Created by: mplsbohemian

Pronunciation: pee-tsuh-PYE-nihng

Sentence: Alex's pizzapiening echoed his sorrow over the date who had walked out on him after having eaten the last piece of pizza eight days ago.

Etymology: pizza pie + pining


Edited to make it clearer and less regional. - mplsbohemian, 2007-11-12: 12:41:00


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Created by: retoricaljoe


Sentence: I´ll kill my sister if she left me hungry in that fulfizzallusion again!

Etymology: Fulfill + pizza + illusion

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Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: pēt'sə-point'mənt

Sentence: Even though Sean had forked out four dollars for his share of the pizza he and the guys had ordered to eat during halftime, he'd chosen a bad time to visit the bathroom, and when he returned, the only thing he found was a box full of pizzapointment. He just sat there staring at the grease stains on the cardboard, utterly crustfallen.

Etymology: pizza (Italian, var. pitta - a flatbread) + disappointment - to fail to fulfill expectations (fr. late Middle English/French, desappointer)

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Created by: Kevcom

Pronunciation: ten-i(t)-bri(t)-fi(t)-cae-shus-pee-zo-mish-shun

Sentence: Uncle George: 235 pounds, 5,7', pot-bellied, overweight 40-something dad who eats only delivery pizza, finds himself today with an empty box, his own face depressed, and a taciturn emotion towards the devoid pizza slice(s).

Etymology: tenebrific (cheerless/depressing) + pizza + omission

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Created by: apeavy


Sentence: After my sweet party, I experienced a major case of pieletdown when I got the munchies.



petaj I like this and sounds like "pilot down" - hope there wasn't an air disaster - petaj, 2007-11-13: 02:11:00


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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: Hawaiian

Sentence: Lottie fell into hawhine when all she could see in the box was a few pineapply fibres stuck together with coagulated cheese. After months of Gourmandgo, she had ordered this Hawaiian pizza to eat in a normal fashion, only to find that it had been snaffled. The only consolation was to crumplunder around the carton.

Etymology: Haiwaiian (pizza characterised by chunks of pineapple and ham) + whine (a whingy noise made by someone suffering)

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Created by: MrDave2176

Pronunciation: PEETZ-ive

Sentence: Chuck felt the papajones begin deep in his gut and he reached for the obsequious box to slam a slice when he felt the cold, sinking PIZZIVE feeling drop in his gut. His dominoyance at seeing the empty cardboard conveyance was matched only by the pizzahuffiness he felt at having to go out and purchase another full one.

Etymology: So many to choose from. I went with Pizza with pensive (dreamily or wistfully thoughtful) and anchovies.

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Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Pee-tza-dow

Sentence: Simon opened the pizza box from the night before, only to find he had already eaten the whole lot. 'Oh pizzadoh' he exclaimed 'I just fancied some of that for my breakfast, now I'll just have to have boring toast instead.

Etymology: Pizza(an Italian dish consisting of a flat,round dough base,baked with a topping of tomato. + Doh(an expression used originally by Homer Simpson when things are not going his way) + Dough(Base of a pizza) = Pizzadoh


nice word - Jabberwocky, 2008-10-09: 13:50:00


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petaj petaj - 2007-11-13: 02:15:00
On the menu today: Digiornomore Hawhine Sicilyearn Pepperawwni

wordmeister - 2007-11-13: 09:47:00
Sounds like a pizza box full of dashed dreams...

zxvasdf zxvasdf - 2008-10-09: 21:21:00
Dadgummit! This would've gotten my vote. Good one.