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DEFINITION: n., A cut, or puncture wound on the roof of the mouth inflicted while consuming dangerously crunchy-sharp foods, like potato chips. v., To cut the roof your mouth while eating extra crispy snack foods.

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Munchure

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: munk-chur

Sentence: I was munching on a tortilla chip. It was so sharp that it created a munchure wound.

Etymology: A combination of the word Munch (as in snack foods) and Puncture (as in a deep wound or cut)

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Salivouch

Created by: Bullwinkle

Pronunciation: Sal-iv-ouch'

Sentence: She was sorry she ate so many tacos when she noticed the salivouches the next morning.

Etymology: Saliva + Ouch

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Chipuncture

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: chipəngkchər

Sentence: Sam loves his tortilla snacks. What he doesn*t love is when he chipunctures the roof of his mouth with these insidious little shards of corn. Not only do they chipuncture the flesh, they immediately inject salt into the wound.

Etymology: chip (a thin slice of food made crisp by being fried, baked, or dried and typically eaten as a snack) + puncture (a small hole in something such as the skin, caused by a sharp object)

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Injureat

Created by: micheles

Pronunciation:

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Pringleate

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: pring ell ayte

Sentence: As an ER Resident, Dr. Pepper saw it all too often. Another patient who scoffed one too many salty sharp potato chip...someone who could pringleate herself in the blink of an eye. Sure, it started off innocently enough, entranced in a movie on the tv, jamming them into her mouth until she had Idahoed the roof of her mouth. Wine, beer and pop only caused greater burning and no relief. Only when the pain was unbearable had she headed for St. Dorito's Hospital to get first aid. Dr. Pepper swabbed her mouth with salve and sent her home. But he knew she would be back again sometime soon because they never learned. No, when the chips were down, she'd be back!

Etymology: Pringle (potato chip brand sold in cardboard tubes) & Lacerate (cut or tear irregularly;irregularly slashed and jagged as if torn)

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Chiprip

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: chip/rip

Sentence: The tasty pleasure of eating sour cream and onion potato chips goes out the window when you painfully chiprip the roof of your mouth.

Etymology: CHIPRIP - verb - from CHIPS as in potato chips) + RIP (to cut, or tear apart in a rough, or vigorous manner)

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COMMENTS:

Good one! - Mustang, 2008-10-23: 07:10:00

Been there, done that...good word! - Nosila, 2008-10-23: 20:34:00

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Carnoral

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: karn-awr-uhl

Sentence: His carnoral was so severe that he made an appointment to see his dentist hoping for a shot of novocaine.

Etymology: carnage + oral

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Chipuncture

Created by: MithrilShadow

Pronunciation: ˈchip-ˈpəŋk-chər

Sentence: Jane had a rather embarrassing visit to the emergency room, for a rather nasty chipunture wound in her pallet.

Etymology: Chip: a small thin slice of food. Puncture: a hole, wound, or perforation made by puncturing.

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Grazegraze

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: graysgrays

Sentence: Her grazegraze didn't bleed much, but it did stingle

Etymology: graze as in wound, graze as in eat all day

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Pretzelpuncture

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: Pret + zel + punct + sure

Sentence: Absentmindedly gobbling his pretzel snack, the sharp pain in the roof of his mouth told Delbert that he'd just given himself a pretzelpuncture.

Etymology: Pretzel + puncture

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COMMENTS:

I know from experience that this can and does happen. - Mustang, 2007-11-27: 03:58:00

petaj Watch out that it doesn't develop into a chewma (chew + trauma + tumour) - petaj, 2007-11-27: 07:05:00

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Perforateit

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: per-for-ate-it

Sentence: Even though it hurt, Sue perforateit anyway. Just as with the tatoos and piercings she had, Sue found a sensual pleasure from the pain it inflicted. She loved the crunciness of the assalted glass chips and the sweetness of the Iscream with masochistic cherries. Her dentist, though, warned her to stay away from the attack food because it wasn't good for her teeth.

Etymology: perforated: to pierce or bore a hole in something + ate + it

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artr Cute! Sometimes it\'s really a challenge when a word comes around for a second time. - artr, 2010-03-22: 07:16:00

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Couchyouchy

Created by: lobelia

Pronunciation:

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Potatabrasion

Created by: LotusB

Pronunciation: Po-tay-tah-bray-sion

Sentence: Chowing down heavily on a family size bag of chips, and preoccupied by the awesomely terrible movie on TV, young Jenny must have munched too much - one got her right on the roof of her mouth! That Potatabrasion stayed sore all day! And I'm sure the salt didn't help, either!

Etymology: Potato + Abrasion + Potatabrasion

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Snackgash

metrohumanx

Created by: metrohumanx

Pronunciation: SNACK-gash

Sentence: Maxine couldn'r resist eating just one more potato chip- the kind with the specially designed abrasive ridges whose corrugated strength was allegedly able to withstand the heaviest loads of tangy dip. With a cold shriek Maxine bolted from the picnic area, clutching her wounded palate and pride, She had experienced the bane of hasty snackers...the SNACKGASH ! SNACKGASHING is believed to account for the statistically large increase in emergency room admissions each barbecue season, although, like cell-phone car crashes, few would actually admit it. The recommended treatment for SNACKGASHES is to avoid tailgate parties, convenience stores and company picnics for at least a month.

Etymology: SNACK:a light meal : food eaten between regular meals, usually salty but often hazardous;Middle English snak bite, from snaken to bite, perhaps from Middle Dutch snacken to snap at.....GASH:a deep long cut in flesh,a deep narrow depression or cut often self-inflicted through the careless use of snack foods.

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Pretzelesion

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: pret-zyl-LEE-zhun

Sentence: As was all too often the case, Mabel suffered a serious pretzelesion in the roof of her mouth from eating pretzel sticks carelessly.

Etymology: Blend of 'pretzel' and 'lesion' (wound or injury)

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Bitefight

Created by: jkernen1

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Those pringles looked good, but my mouth couldn't afford another bitefight.

Etymology: bite + fight

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Fritolesion

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: free to lays jun

Sentence: When Mimi enjoyed a bag of potato chips, she always ended up with a cut to her upper palate, which pained her. Today's fritolesion was especially stinging and irritating. If anyone had intentionally inflicted this much pain on her, she would have had them charged with a salt and vinegar!

Etymology: Frito-Lay (Frito-Lay North America (FLNA) is a division of PepsiCo, Inc. which manufactures, markets and sells a variety of corn chips, potato chips and other snack foods) & Lesion (any break in the skin or an organ caused by violence or surgical incision)

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Spudnik

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: spud/nik

Sentence: I had to give up eating potato chips because of the spudniks - either that or get a whole new red wardrobe.

Etymology: sputnik + spud + nick

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COMMENTS:

Hehe! - purpleartichokes, 2007-11-27: 06:39:00

hehehe! - galwaywegian, 2007-11-27: 06:44:00

Tremendous word! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-27: 23:56:00

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Prangle

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: pran ggel

Sentence: she prangled herself with the sour cream and onion flavours and caused third degree burns to the wound with the chili dip.

Etymology: pringle, prang.

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sounds painful - Jabberwocky, 2007-11-27: 11:33:00

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Exsanguineats

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: ex san goo in eets

Sentence: Although the exsanguineats had 640 calories per serving, she actually lost weight while eating them.

Etymology: exsanguinate (bleeding out) eats

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COMMENTS:

never heard of exsanguinate before but it works like a charm in your definition - Jabberwocky, 2008-10-23: 10:54:00

Exsanguinate and desanguinate are terms used on cop shows for people who bleed to death...Hill Street Blues used them all the time. I would rather deSANGRIAnate! - Nosila, 2008-10-25: 00:26:00

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Mouthslaughter

youmustvotenato

Created by: youmustvotenato

Pronunciation: mouth slaughter

Sentence: Everytime I eat cap'n crunch, the cereal commits 3rd degree mouthslaughter.

Etymology: mouth + slaughter

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Mundopuncture

Created by: rdococ

Pronunciation: mun-doh-puncture

Sentence: Alice had a severe case of mundopuncture after the chips she was eating turned out to be live sleeping lobsters painted yellow, that she just woke.

Etymology: German "mundo" for mouth + "puncture"

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Piercemeal

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: PEERS-meel

Sentence: Bob's craving for kranskies in crusty rolls proved to be his 'pierce de resistance'. And, although, friends have told him that he's a bit prickadilly, he continues to piercemeal on this painful, panary prictual.

Etymology: Piercemeal: based on "piecemeal" & pierce. 2. Prickadilly: silly (slang) 3. Prictual (victual & prick).

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petaj piercedprandial perforations punish painfully - petaj, 2007-11-27: 07:04:00

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Junkture

Created by: bzav1

Pronunciation: junk - chur

Sentence: My enjoyment of the tortillas was compromised at this junkture by the extreme pain in the roof of my mouth.

Etymology: junk + puncture

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like it - porsche, 2007-11-28: 15:57:00

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Fritoslay

libertybelle

Created by: libertybelle

Pronunciation: free-toe-slay

Sentence: It wasn't bad enough that Josh got a severe fritoslay on the side of his lip, but then the salt from the chips he was eating just made matters worse.

Etymology: frito lay - popular chip brand + slay

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Injuritos

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: injərdərētōs

Sentence: If I didn't know better i would think Matt was something of a masochist. Every time I see him he is munching on a bag of Injuritos. The full-size chips are bad enough but the shards in the bottom of the bag might as well be chunks of glass. The insidious part is that the company that makes these "shivs in a sack" has added an ingredient called nacho that numbs the palate so that the damage is hardly noticed.

Etymology: injured (harmed, damaged, or impaired) + Doritos (a popular brand of chips)

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nice one! - galwaywegian, 2008-10-23: 10:04:00

fantastic - Jabberwocky, 2008-10-23: 10:51:00

metrohumanx Damned clever! - metrohumanx, 2008-10-23: 17:14:00

Splendido! - Nosila, 2008-10-23: 20:35:00

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Slashticate

MrDave2176

Created by: MrDave2176

Pronunciation: SLASH-ti-cayt

Sentence: Karen enjoyed her Cap'n Crunch, but those first few bites of the golden sweet cereal were tricky. If you took too big a mouthful before they had soggied up some they would slashticate the roof of your mouth to ribbons.

Etymology: Slash + (Mas)ticate [chew]

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I like it! - purpleartichokes, 2007-11-27: 20:19:00

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Chipcut

Created by: Abraxised

Pronunciation: chip-kut

Sentence: OWW! I just got a chipcut!

Etymology: chip (a crunchy slice of cooked potato) cut (a small wound)

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Snacklash

Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ˈsnæk.læʃ/

Sentence: Snacklash is the humble potato chip's last line of defense.

Etymology: From snack + backlash.

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very funny ErWenn - Jabberwocky, 2007-11-27: 11:30:00

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Gashmandize

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: gash/man/dize

Sentence: She gashmandizes the roof of her mouth every time she pigs out on potato chips.

Etymology: gash + gormandize (gorge, binge,devour)

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Big congrats on getting your word published! You must be so proud of your proginese! - purpleartichokes, 2007-11-27: 20:17:00

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Impalate

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: im-PAL-et

Sentence: Morty ate his way through a pallet of corn chips without any problem, but the brittle toffee he followed up with splintered dangerously, causing life threatening impalates.

Etymology: impale + palate

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Nice word! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-27: 23:57:00

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Dolorito

Created by: bbawden

Pronunciation: Dough-Low-ree-Toe

Sentence: I was so hungry this morning, I ate 3 bowls of cap'n Crunch, resulting in a plethora of doloritos all day.

Etymology: Dorito- chip Dolor- Spanish for PAIN

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Crunchpunch

Created by: Buzzardbilly

Pronunciation: krәnch pәnch

Sentence: Eating hot wings for lunch after having a bowl of Cap'n Crunch for breakfast proved to be an exercise in masochism as the hot sauce filled all of the crunchpunches in the roof of my mouth with searing pain.

Etymology: crunch (to chew noisily) + punch (to make a hole into)

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Croof

Created by: coolkids58

Pronunciation:

Sentence: i just got a croof

Etymology:

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Spudnik

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: spud/nik

Sentence: I had to give up eating potato chips because of the spudniks - either that or get a whole new red wardrobe.

Etymology: sputnik + spud + nick

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Nice one. Thinking of giving them up myself! - TJayzz, 2008-10-23: 13:04:00

metrohumanx Welcome to the Spice Age, comrade! - metrohumanx, 2008-10-23: 17:13:00

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Palateisaur

Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Pal-at-iz-ore

Sentence: Whilst snacking on his favourite potato crisps, Bob was suddenly afflicted with a painful case of palateisaur, he had accidentally caught the roof of his mouth with one of the sharp edges. His eyes would not stop watering for half an hour and he was only able to eat ice-cream for the rest of the week!

Etymology: Palate(the roof of the mouth) + Sore(a raw and painful place on the body) = Palateisaur

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funny - sounds like a new species of dinosaur - Jabberwocky, 2008-10-23: 10:52:00

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Taytohs

Created by: suzanne

Pronunciation: Tay-toes

Sentence: In her lust for salty favour she gave herself tayohs.

Etymology: Tayto- the most beloved brand of crispsin my native land. oh -expression of surprise/ pain

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Shrillked

Created by: glamgal23

Pronunciation: Shrillk-ed

Sentence: Sharp foods will shrillk your tounge.

Etymology: Shrill high pitched tone and shreik a utter cry. The things that happens when you get shrillked.

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Shreddedeats

Created by: Nuwanda

Pronunciation: sh-red-ed-eets

Sentence: Allison loved Cap'n Crunch, but couldn't help compulsively running her tongue over the shreddedeats the cereal inevitably left behind.

Etymology: shredded wheat altered to emphasize "eat"

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Fritoflay

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: frētōflā

Sentence: The public speaking teacher has heard almost every excuse possible, from family deaths to computer disasters. The latest is known as the Fritoflay syndrome, characterized by a lacerated tongue, cheeks and palate. The teacher does not allow this as a legitimate reason to delay a student’s speech unless they can prove it was not self-inflicted.

Etymology: Frito-Lay (Frito-Lay North America (FLNA) is a division of PepsiCo, Inc. which manufactures, markets and sells a variety of corn chips, potato chips and other snack foods) + flay (peel the skin off)

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Cruncture

Created by: wagabond

Pronunciation: crun(ch)/ k /(na)ture

Sentence: I got a cruncture from those nasty crips, and it really hurts.

Etymology: Crunch; puncture

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Pointidbit

thegoatisbad

Created by: thegoatisbad

Pronunciation: poin-tid-bit

Sentence: Kimberly never bought rock candy without buying orajel or anbesol. She knew the sugary pointidbits would scrape their way across the roof of her mouth while she scarfed them down, but the sweet thorsels were too much to resist, so she tried only to alleviate the symptoms rather than prevent them. About the side effect: "Oh, it's the greatest tongue scrapper around" she explained to Zinnia while drooling blood, "it's done wonders for my breath."

Etymology: pointed (has a sharp point) + tidbit (small piece of a food)

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Suppercut

Created by: looseball

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like it! - galwaywegian, 2007-11-27: 08:04:00

I get suppercuts sometimes from hard bread or pizza crust. Good one! - Tigger, 2007-11-28: 13:58:00

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Chipnick

Created by: thebaron

Pronunciation: chip-nick

Sentence: She received a nasty chipnick after rapidly consuming those salt and vinegar chips.

Etymology: chip(potato chip) & nick (injure/jab)

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Ilike it! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-27: 23:57:00

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Shardpalate

Created by: mplsbohemian

Pronunciation: SHAHRD-pal-luht

Sentence: Alex had to decline a kiss from his date, as he suffered a severe case of shardpalate from a bag of Fritos.

Etymology: shard + hard palate

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Barthead

Created by: jeremy21

Pronunciation: /beart-head/

Sentence: That razor point of a chip leads to a barthead.

Etymology: bart head came from blackhead in acne but in your mouth its called a barthead. it is called bart head because it leaves an indenture of bart simpson's head on your toungue .

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Fritolaceration

Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: frē-tō-lās'ə-rā'shən

Sentence: When Joe suddenly felt a sharp pain and tasted blood in his mouth, he realized he had suffered a fritolaceration while pigging out on tortilla chips, and, needless to say, it ruined his appetite. It wasn't nearly as bad as the time he had pretzelgored himself though.

Etymology: Frito-Lay (formed by the merger of The Frito Company and H.W. Lay & Company, [North American snack food companies] 1961) + laceration - A jagged wound or cut (from Latin, lacerāre - "to tear up")

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Chipaschnit

Created by: Squigart

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Chipsplinter

contiki

Created by: contiki

Pronunciation: chip-splinter

Sentence: Ow! I just got a damn chipsplinter!

Etymology:

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Junkcutter

Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: junk/cut/tur

Sentence: He had to have plastic surgery to replce the roof of his mouth thanks to junkcutters.

Etymology: junk + cut + junketter

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Alivatar

Created by: simralotomy

Pronunciation: Aliv-va-tar

Sentence: I usually have an alivatar in summer holidays. Eating too many chips can be really painful sometimes

Etymology:

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Fritoslays

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: free to slays

Sentence: When she watches tv, Penenlope has to have salt and fat to intensify her programs. She loves murder mysteries and often fritoslays herself with sharp and salty foods. This is especially true while watching CS AyeAye and Hawaii Five Oh-Oh.

Etymology: Frito-Lays (large corporation who produce many types of snack foods) & Slays (kills intentionally, premeditated)

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Pretzelaceration

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: pretzl-lass-er-AY-shun

Sentence: As was so often the case, Winifred suffered a serious pretzelaceration in the roof of her mouth from carelessly eating pretzel sticks too fast.

Etymology: Blend of pretzel and laceration

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great combo - Jabberwocky, 2008-10-23: 10:51:00

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Doritow

Created by: xirtam

Pronunciation: doh-reet-ow

Sentence: Bill suffered a major doritow when one corner of his nacho-cheese flavored torilla chip got wedged under his toung and another corner jammed into the roof of his mouth as he bit down on it.

Etymology: Doritos: A brand of flavored tortilla chips. + ow: an interjection that denotes pain.

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Appeslicer

Mrgoodtimes

Created by: Mrgoodtimes

Pronunciation: Ap - pe - sly - cer

Sentence: Pablo's intensity with the jalepeno popper had turned it into an appeslicer. The problem was now figuring out if he was consuming cheese or blood.

Etymology: Appetiser - Slice

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Pringletingle

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: pring ill ting ill

Sentence: Bessie should have known that some foods are just plain dangerous to eat. She always got ice cream headaches and burned tongue from hot liquids and canker sores from excessive candies. Now she could add Pringletingle to her list. Eating the sharp pieces cut through her palate and the abundant salt on them was like,well, rubbing salt on a wound. And since she could not eat just one, the entire tube of them really, really hurt her mouth. "These packages really ought to have health warnings on them like cigarette cartons", she thought to herself. "Mind you", she thought as she lit a menthol cigarette to cool off her sore mouth, "who reads those anyway"??

Etymology: Pringle (Popular Brand of potato chips sold in tall round containers) & Tingle (a prickling somatic sensation; cause a stinging or tingling sensation)

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Potatoclip

Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: poh-tay-toh-clip

Sentence: My mouth had just recovered from a Fritolesion when I suffered a potatoclip. If I didn't stop being an ouchpotato, I'd continue to get these painful foodboos.

Etymology: potato chip, clip (gash)

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Snacknick

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: snaknik

Sentence: The snacknick caused grazing while grazing

Etymology: snack, nick

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snacktastic word - Nosila, 2010-03-22: 16:19:00

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-11-27: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by xirtam. Thank you xirtam! ~ James

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-03-22: 00:20:00
Today's definition was suggested by xirtam. Thank you xirtam. ~ James