Verboticism: Obseleat

'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: Alchemist

Pronunciation: CARB-uhb-ses

Sentence: Heather, it's only one one Pringle! Don't be carbobsessive.

Etymology: carbo(hydrate) + obsess

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Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: thin - bish - us

Sentence: Being thinbitious, Sally would not eat any desserts, foods with too many carbs or sodium. She did not want to retain water or risk adding any pounds to her already skeletal appearance.

Etymology: thin, ambitious


mrskellyscl Good word. - mrskellyscl, 2009-08-17: 08:01:00

anorexcellent! - jrogan, 2009-08-17: 08:58:00


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Created by: Manhattan



Etymology: Tunnelvision and diet.

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Created by: tgulden

Pronunciation: Dy/at/i/siz/um

Sentence: Her diatisicm was so great that she put all the refined sugar in the house into the fire pit.

Etymology: diet + fanaticism

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: kar bo hy dray nee ak

Sentence: Jenny had become such a carbohydraniac after all her many diets, that she avoided carbs like the plague. Over the years she had tried Dr.Atkins, Weight Watchers, South Beach, Scarsdale and every other popular diet plan. She finally developed her own program and Ms. Craig is now wealthy like those other diet's designers. It is good to find a method to lose is even better to find one that allows you to get rich by helping others lose weight!

Etymology: Carbohydrate (an essential structural component of living cells and source of energy for animals; includes simple sugars with small molecules as well as macromolecular substances; are classified according to the number of monosaccharide groups they contain;) & Maniac (an insane person)

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Created by: Maureen

Pronunciation: cal-or-fat-ic

Sentence: She found the calorfatic diet rather restricting as even a non-fat icypole made her cringe.

Etymology: Calorie - unit of heat. Fat - oily substance found in human bodies. ic-suffix - belonging to.

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Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: south/beached/whale/ing

Sentence: Sue successfully dropped 100 pounds by southbeachedwhaling, imagining each morsel of food had the potential to return her to her former hump-back proportions.

Etymology: South Beach Diet, beached whale

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Created by: IanArcher

Pronunciation: ul-ti-MAY-tuhm-eel

Sentence: Once i started South Beach, I found myself vacillating between cheating and ultimatumealing.

Etymology: from "ultimatum" and "meal"

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Created by: spickaspanner

Pronunciation: die-et-i-zing-munt



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Created by: sodium

Pronunciation: ann-oh-may-nee-uh

Sentence: Clarence's anomania caused him to constantly ask the waitstaff at restaurants precisely how many calories were in each dish.

Etymology: anorexia + mania

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