Verboticism: Pitinoshing

'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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Foodgganut

Created by: Poeiden

Pronunciation: food-ger-not

Sentence: He was foodgganutic, eating his favourite breakfast bars when dumped by his girlfriend after a midnight movie.

Etymology: FOOD + juGGernauts + Nuts

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Therapeating

trioptimum

Created by: trioptimum

Pronunciation: ther-uh-PEE-ting

Sentence: Three bowls of macaroni cheese later, Clive still wasn't in the mood to stop therapeating.

Etymology: eating + therapy/therapeutic

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COMMENTS:

Love it :) - Lurky2000, 2007-09-05: 05:35:00

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Cheeremo

MrDave2176

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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Healmeal

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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Forklorn

Created by: torpid

Pronunciation: fôrk'-lôrn

Sentence: After Susie kicked him to the curb, eric, forklorn, ate three slices of macaroni and cheese pizza.

Etymology: fork + forlorn

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Bingemo

Created by: earljw

Pronunciation: BINGE-e-mo

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

Etymology: binge + emo

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Chompensate

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: chomp/en/sate

Sentence: Stu would often chompensate for his loneliness with a big bowl of granola.

Etymology: chomp + compensate + sate

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COMMENTS:

Very Good! Very Catchy! - Scrumpy, 2007-09-05: 09:43:00

nice - FreeToys, 2007-09-05: 12:16:00

Great! - purpleartichokes, 2007-09-05: 15:29:00

Missed your amaaazzzzzzzing words and comments the last month! You hit a home run with your first word back!! Great word!!! - Stevenson0, 2007-09-05: 17:35:00

Greatest comeback since Gen. MacArthur. A real bobbydazzler! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-09-05: 22:36:00

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Munchfortable

Created by: doctathunder

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Loneafeed

Created by: dclaxton

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Sentence: My boyfriend and I broke up, so I ate loneafeed for three days.

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Gloomandize

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)

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COMMENTS:

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

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