Verboticism: Confectionitus

'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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Saccharintimacy

Created by: ipmcleod

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Sentence: Our company had to eliminate Krispy Kreme Fridays after an embarrassing display of saccharintimacy by Mike over in IT.

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Glucogasm

Created by: DarthWader

Pronunciation: glue co gaz mmm

Sentence: Having stuffed the last of six Lindt truffles into his mouth, Tommy's body began to shake in sweet, delicious glucogasm.

Etymology: glucose (sugar) + orgasm (if this is foreign to you, you're too young to know)

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Candiction

Created by: Tesla

Pronunciation: can - DICK - shun

Sentence: Bob had a severe candiction for caramel corn.

Etymology: candy + addiction

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Donutting

Created by: bluefunky

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Sentence: I was out of control, I mean I was donutting all over myself.

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Sucrosis

Created by: pdxpogo

Pronunciation: soo-crow-sis

Sentence: Sucrosis often leads to the onset of adult diabetes.

Etymology: Sucrose a sugar osis a disease

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Foodgasm

Created by: Acostell

Pronunciation: Food-Gazim

Sentence: Jacob practically had a foodgasm over all the ice cream Shelley bought.

Etymology: Food+Orgasm

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Sacchindulgence

Created by: wordbird

Pronunciation: sak-in-dul-genz

Sentence: He had the biggest gluteus maximus I had ever seen, thanks to his daily sacchindulgence over at the Doughboy Double Dip.

Etymology: saccharine; self-indulgence

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Candevour

Created by: Amerie

Pronunciation: can-dee-vow-r

Sentence: Tom couldn't walk past the bakery without the urge to candevour everything in sight.

Etymology: candy + devour

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Sugaroticism

Created by: nkdarkshadow

Pronunciation: sugar + (e)roticism

Sentence: His sugaroticism kept him from attending many birthday parties.

Etymology: See pronunciation.

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Sucrosfied

Created by: chofu67

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