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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Oversweeting

bertie242

Created by: bertie242

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Sentence: Harold had to go to rehab because of his compulsive oversweeting.

Etymology: Sweet + Overeating

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Grubricate

Created by: msokoloffster

Pronunciation: Gruh - bri - kate

Sentence: She bought powder sugar and oil in order to grubricate.

Etymology: Unknown...

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Sucrosfied

Created by: chofu67

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Oversweat

Created by: Denis

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Sucrodiction

Created by: Fristine

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Glucophage

Created by: ArsMajika

Pronunciation: GLOO-ko-FAJ

Sentence: At Halloween, I turn into a total glucophage

Etymology: Gluco - sugars; phagein - to eat

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Sucrosextasy

Created by: satan

Pronunciation: sue-cros-ex-ta-cee

Sentence: i achieved a higher plane of sucrosextacy upon opening the box of godiva chocolates

Etymology: Sucrose - sugar ex - meaning former or no longer (doesnt belong here so lets just ignore it) tasy - not certain

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Sugarolove

belabenyo

Created by: belabenyo

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Gluccon

Created by: Frejesal

Pronunciation: Glue-kon

Sentence: He's been glucconing on that sugared pineapple for hours!

Etymology: A mix of glucose and glutton. Clever eh?

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Gorgasim

Created by: Verbotomnist

Pronunciation: gor-jazz-um

Sentence: Every night Don went to the same street corner store to get his fix, only a moment passed before the sweet gorgasm was over and all he had left was a belly ache and his regrets.

Etymology: Gorge (to eat gluttonously) + Orgasm (intense or unrestrained excitment)

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