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'This donut is so good!'

DEFINITION: To enjoy, or derive physical pleasure from, the eating of sweets and other sugared substances -- often leads to over-consumption.

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Created by: mplsbohemian

Pronunciation: sak-kuh-rihs-FAK-shuhn

Sentence: When he saw the "closed" sign on the candy shop, Alex sighed, "I can't get no saccharisfaction."

Etymology: saccharine + satisfaction


that's quite a jaggernaut - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-10: 11:37:00


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Created by: amysmiles2000

Pronunciation: do-pah-yum-mean

Sentence: Obviously she experiences food orgasms from the overload of dopamine from eating the large amounts of yummy sweets


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Created by: missmurder

Pronunciation: nee-snot-sway

Sentence: The guy was so fat because he nesnotswee.

Etymology: never+says+no+to+sweets

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Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: mc-dor-fins

Sentence: judging by his shaky hands and twitchy eyes he was high on mcdorphins

Etymology: mcdonalds, endorphins


petaj So that's why they are called happy meals. - petaj, 2007-07-10: 05:45:00

surersize this!! - galwaywegian, 2007-07-10: 06:52:00


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Created by: HALibut

Pronunciation: Mar-ee-mint

Sentence: Mentos filled her with such marrymint she was convinced they were mento spend the rest of their lives together.

Etymology: > L. maritus(married) + mentha(mint)


> L. maritus(married) + mentha(mint) - HALibut, 2007-07-10: 12:17:00

This made me LOL... good one! - MisUndrstd, 2007-07-10: 12:57:00

Did they plan their wintergreen nuptials in the fall? ;D - Kyoti, 2007-07-10: 15:08:00


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Created by: jadenguy

Pronunciation: gor man del ekshun

Sentence: I’ve guarded these grounds with my life, these ladles my cross to bear. I’ve been long ignored as the source wonderful gourmandelection, but soon they will understand what it means to be King Cook Sullivan. Other city-states will cower in fear beneath my chocolate mango flan! My wrath in form of buffalo, hot as death!

Etymology: gourmand + delection (plus it sounds naughty)

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Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: kun-fek-stah-see

Sentence: Bob's downfall was doughnuts. His confecstasy was evidenced by the jelly smears on his face and the fact that half the box vanished within minutes.

Etymology: confection, ecstasy


petaj Such decaydence will make his teeth fall out. - petaj, 2007-07-10: 05:46:00


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Created by: smartperson

Pronunciation: plesh-deer-re-able

Sentence: im have a pleasderiable for cookies.

Etymology: meaning to like and desire

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Created by: Lapper

Pronunciation: fod-a-FILL-ee-a

Sentence: Jake snarfed down the seven-pound honeyroasted ham; his severe fodaphilia gave him happiness just looking at it.

Etymology: Foda (old english basis for "food") and -philia

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Created by: loofarama

Pronunciation: you-fattia

Sentence: Jim is becoming more and more euphattic

Etymology: euphoria + fat

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mplsbohemian - 2007-07-10: 10:29:00
I had thought of this one and passed. Great minds think alike. :)