Verboticism: Spasmodeet

'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: 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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Created by: lynx13


Sentence: "man, I eat sweets and candy because of my sugarsfaction which makes me always horny"


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Created by: jwalter32

Pronunciation: SMOOF

Sentence: Embarrassed, Marianne left the room, leaving Roger alone smoofing his ice cream.


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Created by: jeremiahbritt

Pronunciation: glew-kohz-toh-nee

Sentence: Marcus's glucosetony made him unable to pass Madeline's candy jar with out gorging himself into a diabetic coma.

Etymology: glucose+gluttony

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Created by: Partario

Pronunciation: Fl-uh-Mex

Sentence: "He was so Flummexed"

Etymology: To Flummex or be Flummexed is to be so speechless up to the point of a gutteral gagging sound is made from the person suffering from the Flummex

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Created by: mdschermer

Pronunciation: su-cro-mi-NAC-i-ty

Sentence: I know my sucrominacity is clogging up my arteries, but this dessert is just too good to pass up.

Etymology: sucrose: sugar + minacity: disposition to threaten.

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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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Created by: krisynxkhaos

Pronunciation: glutt-fest-er-ee

Sentence: We are very gluttfestery people.

Etymology: glutt as in glutton. fest like festival ery because i felt like it.

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Created by: Tealeaf

Pronunciation: gloo'-ka-gulp

Sentence: "I'm about to glucogulp my way out of these size 6 shorts."

Etymology: glucose and gulping a glutton does make

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Created by: XeniNeko

Pronunciation: The stress is on the first vowel.

Sentence: I am so fond of sugared sweet. so tasty...oh. I have bellyheaped again. poor am I :-(((

Etymology: beely + heap verb - to bellyheap noun - a bellyheap


People))) I like it! - XeniNeko, 2006-12-17: 10:05:00


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