Verboticism: Candilepsy

'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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Sugeaters

Created by: kostik

Pronunciation: Shugiters

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COMMENTS:

sugar+eaters meaning those who like sweaties - kostik, 2006-12-15: 01:28:00

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Glucophage

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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Donucted

Created by: Tukkertje

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Sentence: He eats so many donuts, he's completely donucted.

Etymology: Donu(t)(addi)cted

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Hoolafooding

Created by: SALZKAMMERGUT

Pronunciation: [hu:la fu:ding]

Sentence: To substitute friends and parties he went on hoolafooding.

Etymology: First part derives from a hawaiian word.

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Excessigency

Created by: jsky20

Pronunciation: ek-sess-i-jen-sE

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Etymology: excess + exigency

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Gorgy

Created by: swaizel

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Etymology: GORGE PLUS ORGY

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Sugargasm

Created by: Logiedan

Pronunciation: shoo-gir-gazm

Sentence: Oh these cookies, the sugar, oh, OOHHH I'm having a sugargasm!

Etymology: Mix of sugar and orgasm, sort of!

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I don't comment on words I've created! - linovari, 2006-12-15: 06:07:00

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Glucophile

Created by: symemac

Pronunciation: gloo-co-file

Sentence: Robert's such a glucophile; he ate that entire box of candy, and washed it down with a litre of chocolate syrup.

Etymology: a combination of glucose and the greek 'philo' denoting a liking of what is specified.

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Glucoglut

Created by: Koekbroer

Pronunciation: gloo-ko-glut

Sentence: "What did you expect? You put all these confections and sweets out and then you invited Doug. You know he's a glucoglut!"

Etymology: glucose; glutton

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Snickersnack

Created by: Tcharleigh

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