Verboticism: Dulinaree

'Who wants to test my guinea pig stew?'

DEFINITION: v. To prepare or process food in a manner that renders it unpalatable, indigestible and completely inedible. n., Food which has been prepared in such a way that it is unfit for human, or even non-human, consumption.

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Yuckotash

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: yuhk-uh-tash

Sentence: People are reluctant to ask Joyce to a pot luck dinner. She insists on bring her infamous yuckotash. A few of the uninitiated will try it only to be forced to find a creative way to get rid of it without offending. Nobody has ever been brave enough to ask for her recipe to discover what ingredient triggers the gag reflex so effectively. They just know a second bite is not going to happen.

Etymology: yuck (used as an expression of disgust or repugnance) + succotash (a cooked dish of kernels of corn mixed with shell beans, especially lima beans)

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Mangepoop

Created by: Dougalistic

Pronunciation: Monge-poop

Sentence: OMG!! What is in this shizz food type thing? It is complete mangepoop im tellin' ya!

Etymology: Comes from the French, Mange Tout which is a type of vegitable. Mange (meaning to eat) and Tout (meaning all). Also poop because it's like eating poo.

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Marbecue

Created by: G1GGSY11

Pronunciation: mar-be-cue

Sentence: the dinner was marbecued,totally under done and raw.

Etymology: mar- to spoil barbecue- a way of preparing food

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Guesstronomy

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: gess tron om mee

Sentence: Rose and Herb always hated being invited to her sister, Saffron's, for dinner. They enjoyed her company, but hated her cooking. Saffron had a knack for combining inedible and unpalatable concoctions. She did not believe in throwing out food and so she "used" up whatever had withered/expired/gone bad in her fridge, freezer or cupboards to make her ghastly meals. She often added critters and noxious plants she found around the neighbourhood to the mix. To make matters worse, guests had to guess what was in these creations. Saffron joked that this was her Guesstronomy skills at work. Any one who survived their hospital visits after her cooking refused to return. Wishing to spare her feelings, Rose & Herb pretended to eat, but never did actually partake of these horrible repasts. They thought Saffron should become an Army cook, in an enemy's army! Sam & Ella, Toe Maine, Steph Infection, Mr. E. Coli and Bott Chewlism were the only other guests that attended these feasts and they always came back for more!

Etymology: Guess (an estimate based on little or no information; a message expressing an opinion based on incomplete evidence) & Gastronomy (the art and practice of choosing and preparing and eating food)

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COMMENTS:

Like it! - TJayzz, 2008-11-11: 23:31:00

libertybelle clever! - libertybelle, 2008-11-12: 10:26:00

metrohumanx I'm just mad about Saffron....Saffron's mad about me.... - metrohumanx, 2008-11-14: 02:40:00

They call you Mellow Yellow....Hah! - Nosila, 2008-11-14: 23:53:00

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Disgustisize

Created by: jack189

Pronunciation: dis-gust-i-size

Sentence: Mary was going to make a simple stew, but she put so many spices in, she disgustisized it!

Etymology: Disgust(from disgusting, or horrible)+ isize(suffix used to make word a verb)

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Goatcuisine

Created by: Maxine

Pronunciation: goht kwi zeen

Sentence: Jen totally goatcuisined that marbled steak. It looks like burnt rubber. A ram might be interested, but really, what sensible being would want to eat her goatcuisine?

Etymology: goat, haute cuisine

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Decocsecrate

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: di/kokt/se/crate

Sentence: Jenny managed to decocsecrate whatever she cooked no matter how fine the cut of meat was, or how closely she followed the recipe.

Etymology: DECOCSECRATE - verb - from DECOCT (to cook, or boil food to extract the flavour) + DESECRATE (to destroy, or violate the sacredness of)

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Maggotgagger

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: magətgagər

Sentence: Lucy was known for her wild forays into gastronomic adventure. This time she had created a real maggotgagger. Friends had been subjected to any number of her experiments before but this time it was just too much. Even her dog, Downchuck turned up his nose at Beef Melba. Calling it a sweet meat didn't help.

Etymology: maggot (a soft-bodied legless larva, esp. that of a fly found in decaying matter) + gagger (someone who chokes or retchs)

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COMMENTS:

makes me gag just reading the sentence - Jabberwocky, 2008-11-11: 08:05:00

Disgusting; bot good - OZZIEBOB, 2008-11-11: 21:28:00

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Congealomeal

Created by: treehous

Pronunciation: \kən-ˈjēl-ō-'mēl\ (kon-jeel-oh-meel)

Sentence: Nick warned Lucy not to add her own ingredients when they had guests for dinner, but she still managed to congealomeal the Shepherd's Pie

Etymology: congeal- from Old French congeler "freeze, thicken," from Latin congelare "to freeze together" meal- "food, time for eating," Old English mæl "fixed time, a measure, meal"

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Deadibles

TimTheEnchanter

Created by: TimTheEnchanter

Pronunciation: DED-i-bulls

Sentence: Rob was stumped. Lizzy couldn't stand the fact that his parents disliked her, so she insisted on hosting his parents for dinner in an attempt to make them like her more. Considering the last time she'd hosted a meal, 3 people ended up in the hospital he tried to convince her they should take his parents out. But she would not budge. "Well", Rob thought, "If we give them some of her deadibles, they probably won't be around to complain about her any more."

Etymology: Dead (no longer living) + Edibles (Food) Food that makes you dead = Deadibles

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COMMENTS:

A deaducational word! - Nosila, 2008-11-11: 20:48:00

Funny! - TJayzz, 2008-11-11: 23:33:00

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