Verboticism: Stuffenclagg

'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: attis


Sentence: By the third course, Phil was ready to degustgasm.

Etymology: Degustation + Orgasm


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Created by: hvhtim

Pronunciation: shu-go-BE-sih-tee

Sentence: Many police officers suffer from sugobesity.

Etymology: sugar, obesity

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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: bubbliciousbub




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Created by: quippingqueen

Pronunciation: hun/ee/hors

Sentence: As the "honeyhorse" looked over the big buffet of bonbons before him, he began chomping at the bit in eager anticipation of which one to devour first.

Etymology: honey: a sweet substance + horse: as in eat like a horse

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Created by: IHeartKiwiTarts

Pronunciation: "lust-cose"

Sentence: I have so many lustcose desires for my jar of fluff

Etymology: from the word lust, and the ending of glucose ( glucose as you know is sugar)

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Created by: ndjones

Pronunciation: Dough-Nut-ony

Sentence: His weight skyrocketed due to his donuttony.

Etymology: Donut + Gluttony

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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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Created by: pegritz

Pronunciation: soo-kra-TAZ-mick

Sentence: Dumbass green-haired sucratasmic freak!

Etymology: sucra (sugar) + "tasmic" (derivative of orgasmic).

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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: her shee rot isss iz um

Sentence: she gave herself over to the hersheroticism until she was totally enwraptured

Etymology: hershey eroticism

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