Verboticism: Slimpick

'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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Heftovers

Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: heft-o-vurz

Sentence: The food was flabulous, but because she was trying to lose weight, there were plenty of heftovers.

Etymology: heft, leftovers

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COMMENTS:

funny - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-03: 09:37:00

Did she take the heftovers home in a heftybag? - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-03: 11:39:00

At the beheft of restaurant management, she carted it home in a taxiflab. - Clayton, 2007-07-03: 17:15:00

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Fatkins

Created by: ziggy41

Pronunciation: Fat-kens

Sentence: Look at that, all she ate was her for Thanksgiving was that slice of butter! I didn't know she went on Fatkins, did you?

Etymology: Fat (overweight) + atkins (a popular diet prescribed for weightloss) [this makes an oxymoron I suppose]

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Dietritus

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: dye ett ritt uss

Sentence: Her plate was strewn with detritus, as she sat sipping her diet drink and admiring her bone structure reflected in the restaurant window.

Etymology: detritus, diet.

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COMMENTS:

Love it. - Clayton, 2007-07-03: 05:04:00

very funny - Jabberwocky, 2007-07-03: 13:07:00

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Declean

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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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Stupidexia

Created by: gonzo

Pronunciation: stupi-dexia

Sentence: poor girl! she suffers from stupidexia.

Etymology: stupid anorexia

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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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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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Foodthrift

Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ˈfudˌθɹɪft/

Sentence: The sign at the buffet read: "Don't be a foodthrift. Eat all you want, but please, take only what you can eat."

Etymology: Like a spendthrift, but with food.

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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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Sustentashun

Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: sus/ten/tay/shun

Sentence: She maintained her skeletal looks by practicing strict sustentashun

Etymology: sustentation + shun

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