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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: remistram

Pronunciation: duh-press-eet-zah

Sentence: To quell his depressizza he settled for a take out calzone instead.

Etymology: depress (sad) + pizza

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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: oyl/of/oy/vey

Sentence: He suffered pangs of oilofoyvey when he discovered nothing but a slick of grease in the empty pizza box.

Etymology: oil + oy vey (an exclamation of dismay or exasperation)+ oil of olay

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Created by: haptotrope

Pronunciation: EWe Toh-Zah

Sentence: The overwhelming feeling of utozza washed over him, as he understood that there was no pizza in Schrodingers box, and that like utopia means no-place, there was no pizza either.

Etymology: Utopia + Pizza

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Created by: leechdude

Pronunciation: doh-jek-shin

Sentence: Joe was in despair. In doughjection, he sat there lonely, staring at the grease stains, in his living room, so sad Joe was, and no one was there to cheer him up.

Etymology: dough (element of pizza), dejection

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Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: si-CIL-yern

Sentence: Discovering the box empty, Jason was overcome with a heavy sense of Sicilyearn.

Etymology: Sicilian, yearn

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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: Mustang

Pronunciation: deh-JOOR-no-morn

Sentence: When Brad opened each of the pizza boxes from the party of the night before and found them all empty all he could do is sit and look at the empty boxes, salivate from the tantalizing fragrances coming from within and digiornomourn with alligator tears leaking from his eyes.

Etymology: Blend of DiGiorno (pizza brand) and mourn

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Created by: cawnpore


Sentence: Papa John arrived late, checked the fridge and pizzalacked all night long.

Etymology: pizza+lack

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Created by: jrogan

Pronunciation: slum-pee-sad

Sentence: I avoided a complete slumpizzad when I returned home by actually eating the boxes. The cardboard had absorbed all the pizza juices, but it was still flaky and crispy. So, I popped it in the microwave for 30 seconds, and it was delicious!

Etymology: slump + pizza + sad

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Created by: Floatzilla

Pronunciation: Pity Pie

Sentence: Overcome with pitipie Josh stared longingly at the oil spider that signified the absence of pizza.

Etymology: Pity + Pizza Pie

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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.