Verboticism: Sugeaters

'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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Sucracide

Created by: Hobart

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Fed up with such an untasty world and too weak to cut himself, Tom commited sucracide by consuming an entire bag of granulated sugar.

Etymology: Sucra- sweet, sugary cide-dealing with death or murder

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Caneac

Created by: clarity

Pronunciation: cay-ne-ac

Sentence: She loved sugar so much you could call her a real caneac.

Etymology: cane + maniac

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COMMENTS:

This verboticism came to me to easily during this season of sugarplums. - clarity, 2006-12-16: 20:56:00

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Sweetmouth

Created by: memexikon

Pronunciation: sweet mouth

Sentence: Overcome by sweetmouth, the president is decaying as we speak.

Etymology: sweet + mouth

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Candysexual

Created by: helanren

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Don't be such a candy-ass! Admit it, you love them sweets just as much as the next candysexual!

Etymology: From candy- and -sexual. A common aberration that is however not easily acknowledged by people who suffer from it.

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Spasmodeet

Created by: Dormin87

Pronunciation: Spaz-mod-eat

Sentence: He ate so many jelly cream donuts with extra icing, he became spasmodeet

Etymology: spasmodic + sweet

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Gorgerjoy

Created by: BonnieDog

Pronunciation: gorjerjoy

Sentence: i really gorgerjoy eating sweets

Etymology: gor-jer-joy

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COMMENTS:

This is a mix of 'gorge' and 'enjoy'. - BonnieDog, 2006-12-16: 15:51:00

Do I get points for comments? That's a bit odd because I could just add loads of comments myself. - BonnieDog, 2006-12-16: 15:52:00

No, maybe not! - BonnieDog, 2006-12-16: 15:52:00

Verbotomy Hey BonnieDog, No points for comments, but you od get points for words -- and you've created good words! ~ James - Verbotomy, 2006-12-17: 23:12:00

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Gluconsummate

Created by: MTwain

Pronunciation: Glue Con Some Mate

Sentence: With the Krispy Kreme "hot donunts" sign on, he was almost forced to pull in, pay for a dozen and gluconsommate.

Etymology: from glucose (sugar) and consume and consummate (as in marriage - pleasure)

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Carborgasm

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Created by: twice

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Scorange

Created by: Seekeh

Pronunciation: Sk-Orange

Sentence: Bob began to scornge his mother for a PS3.

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Gluteny

Created by: johnnyrockett

Pronunciation: Glue-tany

Sentence: He continued to eat ice cream directly from the container to the point of gluteny.

Etymology: Combination of gluttony (Gluttony is the over-indulgence and over-consumption of food.) and Glucose (a monosaccharide or simple sugar.)

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