Verboticism: Enjoydonaddswet

'This donut is so good!'

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

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: shmek sta see

Sentence: When Kevin Kruller and Brenda Bismarck met for a coffee date each week, they inevitably had to try the latest flavours of donuts. Since Homer's Donuts (mmmm donuts...) prided itself on inventing new flavours each week, this sweet couple had to try them all. They became Homer's guinea pigs for his new creations and were in schmecktstasy. They also helped him give them quirky names, like the Holey Grail, Peaches & Cream Cheese, The Loonie Bin (covered in nuts) and Lard of the Rings. Their suggestion, The Traffic Circle (chocolate icing, with potholes on it and yellow lane markings) remains the favourite choice of the cops who frequent Homer's place.

Etymology: Schmeckts(German/Yiddish word for Taste...schmeckts gut=tastes good) & Ecstasy (a state of elated bliss;pleasure;euphoria;bliss)

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Created by: spacemonkeymafia

Pronunciation: ho mer dose

Sentence: I could easily homerdose on a case of girl scout cookies.


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Created by: Marthat


Sentence: Oh, don't leave those on the table, you know Jeff is so doughnutty he'll eat them all.


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Created by: lebeast

Pronunciation: glue-caz-em

Sentence: And then it happend. Right before my eyes he had multiple glucasms as he consumed the sugary sweet donut.

Etymology: glucose+orgasm

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Created by: meiyas


Sentence: The doctor concluded that swettony was the cause of his heart problems

Etymology: sweet - gluttony

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Created by: quippingqueen

Pronunciation: hun/ee/hors

Sentence: As the "honeyhorse" looked over the big buffet of bonbons before him, he began chomping at the bit in eager anticipation of which one to devour first.

Etymology: honey: a sweet substance + horse: as in eat like a horse

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Created by: Madamemojo



Etymology: The color of granulated sugar

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Created by: Jangliss


Sentence: For example: Jim was incandyescent with delight at his jaffa cake.


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Created by: traceysayed

Pronunciation: Shuh-glut-oh-knee



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Created by: Verbotomnist

Pronunciation: gor-jazz-um

Sentence: Every night Don went to the same street corner store to get his fix, only a moment passed before the sweet gorgasm was over and all he had left was a belly ache and his regrets.

Etymology: Gorge (to eat gluttonously) + Orgasm (intense or unrestrained excitment)

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