Verboticism: Sweetoverdose

'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: Alchemist

Pronunciation: goos-ta-gas'm

Sentence: The sushi was so tasty I nearly had a gustagasm there and then

Etymology: Gustatory - pertaining to the sense of taste. Orgasm - characterized by strong feelings of pleasure

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Created by: Deadpanlives

Pronunciation: Engorge-asm

Sentence: i love chocolate so much is makes me engorgasm.

Etymology: Engorge Orgasm

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Created by: jimadybobalon

Pronunciation: jim-ady-bob-a-lon

Sentence: I'm jimadybobalon to donuts!



- jimadybobalon, 2006-12-17: 07:14:00


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Created by: maxxy

Pronunciation: sah-CARE-ee-ayt

Sentence: Jim could even sacchariate over pictures of pastries.

Etymology: saccharin + verbal ending

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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: wmullen

Pronunciation: SWEE/tweak

Sentence: Our house was overrun by maniac sweetweakers this halloween.

Etymology: Sweet + tweak, with possible connotations of weakness of will.

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Created by: tpm01

Pronunciation: sack-a-rido-fila


Etymology: saccharide meanining a basic carbohydrate such as a sugar and phila meaning love

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Created by: ArsMajika

Pronunciation: GLOO-ko-FAJ

Sentence: At Halloween, I turn into a total glucophage

Etymology: Gluco - sugars; phagein - to eat

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: frook tow see

Sentence: George loved anything sweet, particularly sweet fruits, especially those in liquid form. He was mad about madeira, sanguine for sangria, a muscateer for muscatel and okay for tokay. Even the next days wrath of grapes was worth it for the sense of fructosy he could achieve.

Etymology: Fructose (a simple sugar found in honey and in many ripe fruits) & Ecstasy (a state of elated bliss)

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Created by: sodium

Pronunciation: Glook-tun-ny

Sentence: Angela suffered from such severe gluctony that she could not even walk past a donut shoppe without spending over $50 and gaining 5 pounds.

Etymology: Glucose + Glutton

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