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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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: shoŏgərgazəm

Sentence: Happy holidays is an understatement. With all the office parties and accompanying sweets Rudy is in heaven. It’s the one time of year he can stir his coffee with candy canes. He has purchased cheesecakes, cakes and pies to give out as gifts only to have to re-order them because he has given in to temptation all too easily. Just last night he practically had a sugargasm downing a whole cheesecake in one sitting. Happy Holidays!

Etymology: sugar (a sweet crystalline substance obtained from various plants) + orgasm (a climax of sexual excitement)

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Created by: lordharry

Pronunciation: suck - tate

Sentence: The children sat in early registration collectively yearning for their morning suctation.

Etymology: suc from sucrose

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: PAYST-reh-nyz

Sentence: Elmer and his wife Sadie are clearly in total joy as they pastrinize following meals and even between meals as they gorge themselves on sweets of just about any sort.

Etymology: Blend of 'pastry' (sweets, dessert) and the suffix '-ize' (to act, carry out or take on a quality)

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Created by: annanas

Pronunciation: sweet/over

Sentence: If you continue sweetovering you will look like a pig!

Etymology: sweet + over-consumption

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Created by: yasushi





- yasushi, 2006-12-17: 18:12:00

My first entry!! - yasushi, 2006-12-17: 18:13:00


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Created by: meiyas


Sentence: The doctor concluded that swettony was the cause of his heart problems

Etymology: sweet - gluttony

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Created by: wysware

Pronunciation: jam-cram-ming

Sentence: I guess from all those empty donut boxes that you've been jamcramming again

Etymology: jam (sweet sugary substance) cram (to overfeed)

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Created by: msokoloffster

Pronunciation: Gruh - bri - kate

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

Etymology: Unknown...

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Created by: jeparnell




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Created by: helanren


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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