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'I just ate ten bowls of cereal'

DEFINITION: v. To eat your favorite food, not because you are hungry, but because you are feeling sad or lonely. n. Food which is eaten to satisfy emotional cravings.

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Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: brake-dred

Sentence: After his wife left him, his daughter ran off with the Hell's Angels, and his dog bit off his left thumb, Mark felt helpless and began to breakdread with a fervor. His drug of choice - consolation fries.

Etymology: break bread (to eat), dread

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Created by: victy




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Created by: TerikaBrown

Pronunciation: e-mo-tate'

Sentence: I emotated chocolate when my boss called me incompetent at work.

Etymology: emo - sad and lonely music ate - past tense of eat

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Created by: Alchemist

Pronunciation: PROH-snak

Sentence: When his HMO denied his claim for anti-depressants, Terry turned to Proznacking. I hear he is up to 4 boxes of FiddleFaddle a day.

Etymology: Prozac (popular antidepressant) + snack


nice - galwaywegian, 2007-03-12: 07:03:00

A vote for effort! :D - Discoveria, 2007-03-12: 19:19:00


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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: mood tree ents

Sentence: Tony consumes moodtrients when dealing with emotional issues. His favourite moodtrition was found in bowls and bowls of cereal. Each mood was reflected in the cereal choice: Lucky Charms when he lost at poker; Cheerios when he was dumping someone;Froot Loops when he felt a little crazy;Alpha-Bits when he felt like spelling;Chex when his bounced;Quaker Oats when he felt like sowing his and Trix when he felt the need to visit the local ladies of the evening.

Etymology: Mood (a characteristic (habitual or relatively temporary) state of feeling;the prevailing psychological state) & Nutrients (any substance that can be metabolized by an organism to give energy & build tissue;of or providing nourishment; food)


Funny! - splendiction, 2009-09-29: 23:06:00


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Created by: Osomatic

Pronunciation: dee + vour + a + pee

Sentence: I'm sad and lonely, so I think I will make about 5 pounds of mashed potatoes with lots of butter, and engage in some devourapy.

Etymology: devour + therapy

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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: fare-a-py

Sentence: Food endorphins have been recognized by many in the medical community as a legitimate form of fareapy. Sugar, salt and fat, either alone or in combination can help with stress relief. Those fareapy foods that have shown the greatest success treating the following conditions are: 1)RBSO (rejection by significant other) - Captain Crunch or another cereal with no nutritional value except sugar, 2)Employment Fatigue - chips or pretzels with french onion dip and/or nachos with cheese and salsa, 3)EBAS (empty bank account syndrome) - whatever your mother is cooking, 4)TTOTM (that time of the month) - any Ben and Jerrys ice cream and/or chocolate, 5)Road Rage - Twizzlers or another chewy form of candy, 6)POT Stress (parent of teenagers) just clean out the cupboard and eat whatever you find in the back. Fareapy should continue until the patient has finished calling all her or his friends, or slept for over 24 hours. Other treatment options may include 7)Cartoon Network Stimulus or 8)Musication (playing the same sappy song over and over and over) until the patient has has time to heal.

Etymology: Fare: food + therapy: treatment of an illness or physchological condition


Life's not fare...good word! - Nosila, 2009-09-29: 19:47:00


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Created by: catgrin

Pronunciation: kuhm-feed

Sentence: Beware girls! That comfeeding you do during the holidays can leave you with too-tight jeans!

Etymology: com=first syllable of "comfort" + feed

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Created by: paintergrl1313

Pronunciation: stuff-en-sad

Sentence: I'm so stuffensad, I ate a pint of icecream all by my self.

Etymology: stuff + sad

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Created by: mana1066

Pronunciation: gloom-a-lee-mee-a

Sentence: I have a bad case of doritos gloomilimia... or is it the munchies?

Etymology: gloom+bulimia

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Osomatic - 2007-03-12: 13:34:00
Oooh! I was trying to think of something for Prozac, and nothing came to mind. Well done!