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'I don't want to get fat'

DEFINITION: To leave food on your plate, not for the starving children in the world, but so you don't get fat.

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Clandesdine

Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: clan-dess-dine

Sentence: she liked to lose weight in a clandesdine way

Etymology: clandestine, dine

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COMMENTS:

how unromantic! as bad as a candlelessdine. - galwaywegian, 2007-07-04: 05:03:00

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Leanplate

Created by: blondibabi121692

Pronunciation: leen playt

Sentence:

Etymology:

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Calorieism

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: kal-or-ee-is-um

Sentence: Sure Bev was a calorieist, but at least she wasn't a racist like her fat friend Nora.

Etymology: calorie (food) + ism (as in hatred or intolerance for)

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COMMENTS:

it sounds like a new religion.... i like it - gonzo, 2007-07-03: 14:37:00

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Etheremeal

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: e/ther/ee/meel

Sentence: Ooh I am just so divinely delicate and dainty. My tiny frame can only sustain an etheremeal.

Etymology: ethereal + meal

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Waistnot

Created by: Clayton

Pronunciation: WEYST-not

Sentence: Julie's tendency to waistnot has been complicated in recent years by her insistence that, at a mere 300 lbs., she's fit as a griddlecake.

Etymology: waist + waste not (want not)

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COMMENTS:

she must have a lovely waist (not) - galwaywegian, 2007-07-03: 05:37:00

It was expansive, going out in all directions, but chiefly the east and the waist. - Clayton, 2007-07-03: 07:48:00

if it was that expansive she could have tied it in a waistknot - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-03: 09:31:00

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Anopitia

Created by: ohwtepph

Pronunciation: ah-noh-pih-tzha

Sentence: Anopitia manifests itself in the form of half-eaten dishes on black plates. Anopitia does not include, however, your mom's casserole.

Etymology: anorexia + no[t] pity

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Sodjevan

Created by: rahullotli

Pronunciation: dod-je-van

Sentence: Rita be sodjevan if u wana get into shape

Etymology:

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Declean

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: de-clean

Sentence: Dicky decleaned duck to retain a decent figure. He also declined to clean his dish.

Etymology: decline (say no) + lean (no fat) and de (not) + clean (no food on plate)

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Thinub

Lapper

Created by: Lapper

Pronunciation: thin-UB

Sentence: When Mary saw the double-portion of prime rib set in front of her, she thinubbed it immediately, being on a diet.

Etymology: Thin and snub.

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Abdiceat

Created by: Osomatic

Pronunciation: ab + dik + eat

Sentence: I'm just stuffed, I'm going to have to abdiceat.

Etymology: abdicate, with a twist. (What a twist!)

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