Verboticism: Glunch

'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: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: gloom-EST-ee-bul

Sentence: When tristorexic Roxie told Bob that she wanted a divorce, he became gloomestible and started eating like a sumo wrestler. His friends tried to help him so he wouldn't noshalone, but their time was taken up phoning for takeaway to grubslake this gobindreary melancolivore.

Etymology: Blending of Gloom, comestible (with the suffix meaning "given to"): "given to eating/eatibles while feeling sad & gloomly).

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Created by: skepsis

Pronunciation: blub-ume

Sentence: Charlie would blubbume after every game he lost.

Etymology: blubber and consume

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Created by: elron

Pronunciation: cum-for-treet

Sentence: After I lost my job, my house burned down, my dog got hit by a truck, and my whole family was killed in a horrible industrial accident, I grabbed my Ben & Jerry's Chunky Monkey to comfortreat.

Etymology: comfort + treat

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Created by: leeannhamers

Pronunciation: dip-ill-ja

Sentence: i hate my body so i depilge

Etymology: depression/ bilge

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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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Created by: MrDave2176

Pronunciation: cheer-E-mo

Sentence: A quick trip to Taco Bell for a bag of cheeremo burritos made Jake feel better about losing his job.

Etymology: Cheerios always sounded like the perfect balm for the sads. So, mix that with EMO and you get Cheeremo

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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: teenatitude

Pronunciation: veg-la-hungry-la-food

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


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Created by: Pseudonym

Pronunciation: kwiz-uck-or

Sentence: "Don't knock prawns and ice cream; you have your cuisuccor, and I have mine."

Etymology: cuisine + succor


Great word but might be too cerebral for a lot of voters. - elron, 2007-09-05: 09:42:00


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Created by: earljw

Pronunciation: BINGE-e-mo

Sentence: 'Harry, when Colleen dumped you, did you bingemo again?'

Etymology: binge + emo

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