Verboticism: Dietoholic

'This cupcake is evil! I must destroy it, before it destroys me.'

DEFINITION: v. To follow a diet with such rigor and fervor that it consumes all your energy, and throws everything, even your desserts, out of proportion. n. A person who thinks too much about what they eat.

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Created by: loosepiece

Pronunciation: deb - ILL - i - cake

Sentence: Samanthas quest to achieve the perfect weight was proving to be debilicaking. Even the smallest fairy cake took on monstrous proportions by the end of diet day 2.

Etymology: debilitate - to weaken, or encumber cake - the foodsutff designed to make you weaken. But they are evil, EVIL i tell you!

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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: gahn/dy/vih/tis

Sentence: Beacause she was such a devout follower of Mahatma Ghandi her persistent dieting for world peace resulted in her developing acute ghandivitis

Etymology: Mahatma Ghandi + gingivitis

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Created by: ubgrud

Pronunciation: dye-et-a-hol-ic

Sentence: You know that new "only white food" diet she's on? Last week she spraypainted chocolate cake white. I wonder if she is a dietaholic.

Etymology: Diet + aholic

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Created by: ahwinters

Pronunciation: die-it-loose-in-ate

Sentence: When she would dietllucinate she'd feel that sweets were out to kill her.

Etymology: Diet + Hallucinate

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: om nee dev owr

Sentence: Jasmine was such an omnidevhour to her latest food fad regime that she timed herself to eat precisely every 45 minutes for 50 calories worth of food. She gave up her real life as she knew was do or diet!

Etymology: Omnivore (someone who eats all and everything) & Devour (eat)& Devotee (believer) & Hour (every hour)

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Created by: spickaspanner

Pronunciation: die-et-i-zing-munt



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Created by: Javeson1

Pronunciation: rig-er-mowr-dez-ur-tiss

Sentence: I'm not going to lose a pound if rigormordessertis sets in

Etymology: rigor mortis + more dessert; it's a play on rigor mortis, which is when dead people get stiff, in that you're rigorously eating more dessert...

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Created by: adbern

Pronunciation: Tri-nime

Sentence: ooohhwww I want, but it's trinime

Etymology: tricky nice meal

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Created by: Sed8ed

Pronunciation: hi-per-yah-king

Sentence: Mary Kate and Ashley often find themselves hyperyacking before each new audition to lose those pesky few pounds.


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