Verboticism: Indeprest

'I ate ten bowls of cereal before I was satisfied.'

DEFINITION: To eat your favorite food, not because you are hungry, but because you are feeling sad or lonely.

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Created by: Scrumpy

Pronunciation: dohl-druhm-stik

Sentence: He was a doldrumsticker for months after his girlfriend left him.

Etymology: doldrum - (sad, listless) stick - (from drumstick as in chicken leg)


I think I would opt for the ice cream versions of drumsticks - nice word - Jabberwocky, 2007-09-05: 12:26:00


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Created by: cmcesq

Pronunciation: Wo-bee-gorj

Sentence: Ever since we broke-up, all I do is sit around in my pajamas and woebegorge.

Etymology: Woebegone + gorge

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Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: munch-stur-bate

Sentence: In order to keep his mind and body busy after the break-up, Bob would munchsturbate on high-fiber cereal - spending his time equally with the cereal bowl and toilet bowl.

Etymology: munch, masturbate


Chheeriohmygods no doubt - galwaywegian, 2007-09-05: 07:45:00

more likely Cream of Wheat - Jabberwocky, 2007-09-05: 09:47:00


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Created by: teenatitude

Pronunciation: veg-la-hungry-la-food

Sentence: I am a very "Veglahungrylafood",because I was sad.


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Created by: h4ste

Pronunciation: binge-it-tute

Sentence: She found her boyfriend cheating on her and she started bingituting. And now here i am finding nothing in the fridge.

Etymology: binge (as in binge eating) + substitute (as in food as a substitute) because in this case people eat to substitute food for "happy".

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Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: meel-en-coll-ee

Sentence: he walked into his lonely flat and headed straight to the fridge for some mealancholy

Etymology: meal, melancholy


excellent :) - Lurky2000, 2007-09-05: 05:36:00


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Created by: shiftysquid

Pronunciation: Pi-tee-gorj

Sentence: When those bastards fired me, I just went into pitygorge mode with that jug of ice cream.

Etymology: Pity + gorge

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Created by: FreeToys

Pronunciation: pi' - tee - full

Sentence: When she finished the first half gallon, she kept eating because although she was full, she would never be Pityfull

Etymology: pity/pitiful/full


funny!! - Jabberwocky, 2007-09-05: 12:29:00


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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: gloo/muhn/deez

Sentence: He was so upset that his girlfriend dumped him that he pulled out his favourite cereal, Cheerios (how ironic), and had a major gloomandize session eating the whole box non-stop.

Etymology: gloom + gormandize (to eat greedily or ravenously)


You hit the nail on the head, StevO. A great word. - OZZIEBOB, 2007-09-05: 22:47:00


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Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: heel-meel

Sentence: Hal healmealed his twinkies piecemeal deliberately wiping his tears with the plastic wrappers.

Etymology: heal + meal

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