Verboticism: Homeration

'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: deviant

Pronunciation: Ho-mer-eat-er

Sentence: Whenever D'Oh Nuts are on the menu he always homereats, he's a complete homereater!

Etymology: Homer, father of the Simpson family is the originator of this affliction.

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Created by: caley

Pronunciation: Ca-nay-shus

Sentence: I love cakes with icing, they're so canacious.

Etymology: the word is derived from cane as in sugar cane

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Created by: misnomer

Pronunciation: Gore-joo-lent

Sentence: That man, with an affinity for donuts, is very gorgeulent for them.

Etymology: Gorge; Corpulent.

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Created by: wiccanfey

Pronunciation: gorge-a-lish-sush

Sentence: Amy wasn't hungry but every time she opened a box of chocolate chip cookie dough or glazed donuts she couldn't help but have a gorgealicious moment.

Etymology: Gorge

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Created by: Deadpanlives

Pronunciation: Engorge-asm

Sentence: i love chocolate so much is makes me engorgasm.

Etymology: Engorge Orgasm

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Created by: DoctorManhattan

Pronunciation: 'gl├╝-'kO-v&r-"dOs

Sentence: "If you eat all those deep-fried Twinkies, you're going to glucoverdose."

Etymology: From Greek "gleukos" meaning "sweet wine" + from Old English "over" + from Greek and Latin "dosis" meaning "gift".


Deep fried twinkies? That sounds good! - wordmeister, 2006-12-15: 17:25:00

I know. There was this restaurant in L.A. that would sell them, but every time we went there they were closed for one reason or another (family emergencies (heart attacks?), etc.) and then they finally closed permanently, so I never got a chance to try o - DoctorManhattan, 2006-12-17: 14:35:00

ne. By all reports, they were exquisite, though. Guess I'll have to try it myself one of these days. - DoctorManhattan, 2006-12-17: 14:36:00


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Created by: Fulkron

Pronunciation: shu'-gasm

Sentence: This cake is so good I had a sugasm.

Etymology: sugar+orgasm

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Created by: blake


Sentence: Its really sad what Jim's confectionism has done to that family.


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Created by: svasiljeva


Sentence: They sugarphob everyday and have great troubles wuth their stomachs.

Etymology: phobia characterized by eating sugared substances

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