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'May I have the sweet potato fries? '

DEFINITION: v., To not feel guilty about all the weight you're putting on, because you need all the extra calories you can get, to survive the harsh winter climate. n., A type of fat gained by mammals in preparation for winter hibernation.

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Bulkinate

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: bulhuk/uh/neyt

Sentence: With winter just around the corner, Janice instinctively knew it was time to bulkinate for the coldness to come by eating five meals a day in an effort to pack on twenty five pounds to thwart off that minus 18 degree northerly wind.

Etymology: BULKINATE - verb from - BULK (to increase in size; expand; swell) + LAMINATE (to cover with layers)

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metrohumanx We need words like that to fend off the hyperborean blast! - metrohumanx, 2008-10-20: 09:55:00

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Glowbese

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: Gloe-beese

Sentence: Marcia was disappointed when John insisted that his need to globese was greater than her own.

Etymology: Glow (radiate happiness) + obese

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Skaarf

Created by: andbot37

Pronunciation: skarf

Sentence: I was really cold last winter, so I thought that I should start to skaarf up early this year.

Etymology: scarf:n, a piece of cloth worn around the neck for warmth. scarf:v, the act of eating quickly or vigorously.

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Hiberflate

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: hye-buhr-flayt

Sentence: Elwood and Charlotte both believed in the need to hiberflate during the autumn months, pigging out on as many calories and fatty foods as possible to prepare for winters cold, but Elwood always managed to outdo Charlotte on consumption and would even eat her portions when possible.

Etymology: Blend of hibernate and inflate

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metrohumanx Inspirational combo, big M ! - metrohumanx, 2008-10-20: 09:45:00

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Inswellate

MrDave2176

Created by: MrDave2176

Pronunciation: IN-swell-ate

Sentence: Peter's inswellation meant that his winter clothes were at least a size larger than his summer wardrobe meaning he often looked baggy in fall and pinched in the spring.

Etymology: in(sul)ate + swell

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love it - Jabberwocky, 2007-11-21: 10:52:00

Yep, great word ! But Peter should remember that 'clothes maketh not the man' - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-21: 16:45:00

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Permalard

Created by: thebaron

Pronunciation: per-ma-lard

Sentence: Jeff piled on those potatoes, knowing a layer of permalard was required for the long arctic winter.

Etymology:

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Darwinablub

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: dahr-win-ah-bluhb

Sentence: He put on 50 pounds in the span of a week to help him endure the harsh winter months, but due to his sudden darwinablub his cholesterol levels became alarmingly out of whack and he had subsequently suffered a sudden stroke.

Etymology: Darwin (as in survival of the fittest) + blub (short for blubber)

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Bulkernate

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: bul/ker/nate

Sentence: With winter just around the corner, Janice instinctively knew it was time to bulkernate for the coldness to come by eating five meals a day in an effort to pack on twenty five pounds to thwart off that minus 18 degree northerly wind.

Etymology: bulk + hibernate

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Fatsulation

Created by: samsync

Pronunciation: fat-su-leh-shern

Sentence: In cold countries, it is important for people to consume more as they need the extra calories as fatsulation.

Etymology: FAT- : lard, oil -SULATION : from insulation

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metrohumanx Can you fatsulate your attic to R-14? - metrohumanx, 2008-10-20: 13:35:00

Sounds very much like 'hiberflate'. I like it! - Mustang, 2008-10-20: 20:45:00

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Brrrrrgird

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: burrrrrr gurrrrrrrrrrrr d

Sentence: she brrrrrrgirded her loins against the wintry winds

Etymology: burger brrrr gird

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metrohumanx Hahaha love those LOINS! - metrohumanx, 2008-10-20: 09:45:00

tasty word - Jabberwocky, 2008-10-20: 10:53:00

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Hiberglutton

Created by: looseball

Pronunciation:

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Antifries

Created by: CDH167

Pronunciation: an tee frize

Sentence: The New York detective did not put on his jacket to chase the suspect through the snow, confident his antifries would keep him warm

Etymology: 'antifreeze' blended with 'fries,' the tasty side dish.

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Love it! - Nosila, 2010-03-16: 17:45:00

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Ignorounce

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: igg no rowns

Sentence: Her profound ingorounce insulated her against dietery depression almost as well as it insulated her body against attacks from either frostbite or suitors.

Etymology: ignorance, ounce

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excellent Galway - Jabberwocky, 2007-11-21: 10:56:00

Very inventive & great blend! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-21: 16:38:00

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Flabitat

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: flab it tat

Sentence: Living so close to the Arctic Circle, all species here gain extra weight to keep them warm through the cold winter nights and hibernation. Besides polar bears, seals, walrus, humans too gain extra body weight for this season. We like to call it flabitat. Those extra calories, from rich food and antifreeze (booze),that's what keeps us warm through bizzards, snowplows and Hockey Night in Canada.

Etymology: Flab (fat, excess poundage) & Habitat (the type of environment in which an organism or group normally lives or occurs)

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Fatchurated

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: fat-chur-ay-ted

Sentence: Wanda Wideload was known for getting fatchurated on the office party snacks.

Etymology: Fat-Having much or too much fat or flesh; plump or obese. Full of fat or oil; greasy. Saturated-Unable to hold or contain more; full.

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Thighbernation

kathleen

Created by: kathleen

Pronunciation:

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Hamnesty

Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: hām'-nə-stē

Sentence: "It sure is getting cold lately. Oh hey, if you're not going to finish that meat, I'll have the rest of it," said Margaret, adjusting her waistband, "and please pass the mashed potatoes and gravy," she stated, with hamnesty. She had been putting on quite a few pounds of insulard over the last few weeks.

Etymology: ham (Middle English, hamme "meat from the leg of a hog") + (Greek, amnéstía - oblivion, "a period during which offenders are exempt from punishment")

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Hilarious!! - purpleartichokes, 2007-11-21: 04:29:00

yes - very funny - Jabberwocky, 2007-11-21: 10:54:00

It seems with Margaret that it's all going to waist! Great sentence & word. - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-21: 16:34:00

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Blubbernation

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: bluhb-er-ney-shuh n

Sentence: After moving to Maine Jose was always cold, even in the summer. It wasn't until his friend Joan told him about blubbernation, the consumption of copious quantities of fatty food, that he warmed up. Now he's warm though he does look like he's wearing a parka even with his shirt off.

Etymology: blubber (the fat layer between the skin and muscle of whales) + hibernation (to spend the winter in close quarters in a dormant condition, as bears and certain other animals)

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Snowbesity

Created by: Nuwanda

Pronunciation: snow-bee-city

Sentence: Carla had come to anticipate her snowbesity. In fact, her winter clothes were two sizes larger than her summer clothes. Her snowbesity was harder to justify, however, once she moved to Florida.

Etymology: Snow + obesity

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snow doubt, that's a great word - Jabberwocky, 2008-10-20: 10:50:00

metrohumanx I scream- closed for the season-the reason: it's freezin! - metrohumanx, 2008-10-20: 13:33:00

Love it...nothing worse than having a blizzard on your gizzard! - Nosila, 2008-10-20: 20:11:00

Love it! - lumina, 2008-10-20: 20:15:00

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Seasonseatings

Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Seez-ons-eet-ings

Sentence: As Sue heard the cold wind whistling through the gap in the kitchen window, she reached for another plateful of stew and dumplings. She wasn't bothered about the calorie count as she had convinced herself that it was seasonseatings time again and she must be prepared for the harsh winter ahead.

Etymology: Season(one of four divisions of the year, Spring, Summer, Autumn and WINTER) + Eating(consuming food, chewing and swallowing) = Seasonseatings

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Lipoinsulation

mamallama

Created by: mamallama

Pronunciation: LI-po-in-su-LA-shun

Sentence: No, I'm not gaining weight... it's just lipoinsulation for the winter.

Etymology: lipo = fat + insulation = stuff that keeps you warm

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mamallama First time caller! - mamallama, 2007-11-21: 16:01:00

Welcome-enjoy the game. Good start! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-21: 17:40:00

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Hibery

Created by: PD4402

Pronunciation: Hibery (pronounced like the word fibery) hi-ber-ee

Sentence: The hibery I feel is wonderful because I will not freeze over the winter.

Etymology: Too Simple to explain without making the meaning complicated.

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Absolvipose

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: ab-SOLVE-i-pose

Sentence: Confronted with a cornucopia of Christmas goodies, Carol (get it? Christmas), took an absolvipose stance tucking into an overflowing plate of roast turkey and trimmings and filling her capacious handbag with a dozen mince pies to keep her going on the cold walk home.

Etymology: absolve (free from guilt) + adipose (fatty)

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Polardbeerbelly

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: pole lard beer bel lee

Sentence: By October, Greata had gained a lot of weight. Her husband Hamsell, the pork butcher, was concerned about her becoming several sizes larger and in particular about her obtaining a large polardbeerbelly. When he asked her why she ate and drank boundless calories, she admitted she was storing fat up to keep her warm for the arctic winter ahead. She was planning to hibernate a lot. Oh no, he thought...she may just crawl into a den and wake up in spring with twins!

Etymology: Polar (extremely cold) & Lard (a type of soft white semisolid fat obtained by rendering the fatty tissue of the hog) & Beer Belly (fat tummy from consuming too much beer or other high calorie foods; a big gut). Also a play on Polar Bear.

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Insulflate

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: insəlflāt

Sentence: As soon as the days started shortening, Chet knew it was time to insulflate. He would shamelessly start packing on the pounds to be sure he would get through the winter in good shape. To him round seemed like a good shape. This year he was especially proud that he had used the internet to find a mail-order source of muktuk.

Etymology: insulate (protect by interposing material that prevents the loss of heat) + inflate (increase by a large or excessive amount)

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metrohumanx Shortening....hahaha. - metrohumanx, 2008-10-20: 09:47:00

what an inspired combo - Jabberwocky, 2008-10-20: 10:51:00

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Porka

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: pôrkə

Sentence: While most of his friends were shivering through the cold snap, Willy was fine. He is sure to wear his winter porka starting in the fall.

Etymology: porker (a fat person) + parka (a large windproof jacket with a hood, designed to be worn in cold weather) + orca (a large toothed whale with distinctive black-and-white markings)

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Flabsolve

metrohumanx

Created by: metrohumanx

Pronunciation: FLAB-zolve ...flabsolution

Sentence: Oliver could hardy [sic] believe his good fortune. The local weathermen had predicted a massive blizzard which would surely keep him snowbound for months. Life had been no PYCNIC for Ollie, dieting all summer, trying to foragenerate enough fats and proteins to satiate his appetite. Corpulentil soup just didn't do it for him. Now he could FLABSOLVE himself of any guilt for increasing his bulk over the winter. There wasn't much to do, living this far north. Ollie couldn't jog on the ro-tundra, nor could he pud-gyrate at the skating rink. Yes, the obese-ason was here, and he knew he would become davenportly, stout and quite dumpy as he bypassed his days on the heavysettee. The porcinema was not an option, as the seats were too small- there was no need to lap-ologize for that. Oliver's days were abdominated by the internet as he ingested all the savory bits he had stockpiled for just such an occasion. Now he could alibi-nge on deep-fried pork ends and he would surely be FLABSOLVED as he vindic-ate his way to a new profile. When not verbotomizing, Ollie spent a lot of time at defendaflab.com! His caloriclaim to fame might get him into the record books...and besides- he could shed those pounds in the spring. But now it was time to chow down. That's ANOTHER fine mess hall he's gotten himself into!

Etymology: FLAB+abSOLVE=FLABSOLVE.....FLAB: back-formation from flabby ; soft fatty body tissue.....ABSOLVE:to set free from an obligation or the consequences of guilt;Middle English, from Latin absolvere, from ab- + solvere to loosen (one's standards of caloric intake).

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metrohumanx This definition has generated some GREAT words- and a gnawing hunger in the pit of my stomach....but NOT for muktuk! Quite an education today! - metrohumanx, 2008-10-20: 09:59:00

great rationalizing - I need a snack! - Jabberwocky, 2008-10-20: 10:53:00

Flabsolutely Flabulous! - Nosila, 2008-10-20: 20:14:00

Made me hungry......and sleepy. - Mustang, 2008-10-20: 20:14:00

metrohumanx I recommend a visit here: http://www.laurelandhardyarchive.com/ - metrohumanx, 2008-10-23: 17:30:00

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Flabfive

Created by: xirtam

Pronunciation: Flāb-fahyv

Sentence: Thanksgiving dinner is timed perfectly to get you started on that flabfive to insulate you for the long cold winter ahead.

Etymology: Flab: Back-formation from flabby + Five: Old English fīf - a cardinal number, four plus one.

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Justifat

Created by: mvandyke

Pronunciation: just e fat

Sentence: 'Justifat', the weight you gain over the holidays to insulate you from the winters chill.

Etymology:

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What's the old saying: " When a man gets too fat to conceal his weight, he starts to boast about it" Nice word! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-21: 16:48:00

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Gorgulate

Created by: jkernen1

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Sally felt the need to gorgulate at thanksgiving in preparation for the cold winter.

Etymology: gorge + insulate

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Sinsulate

libertybelle

Created by: libertybelle

Pronunciation: sin-sool-ate

Sentence: Marcia continually piled stuffing on her plate during the Thanksgiving holiday to sinsulate her body against the on coming harshness of winter. It didn't seem to matter to her that she hadn't lost last years sinsulation gain.

Etymology: sin + insulate

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Marcia needn't worry about piling-up her plate to cope with winter's harshness. She should remember that the wages of sinsulation are sable! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-21: 17:12:00

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Snowpholstery

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sno fols ter ee

Sentence: Anna always ate a lot more as winter grew near. She knew she'd need some snowpholstery to get through the long winter and keep warm.

Etymology: Snow (winter's precipitation) & Upholstery (padding; extra comfort)

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Justifaticate

Created by: KSadlerP

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Bertha justifaticated the extra serving (or three) of mashed potatoes after hearing the forecast for an extra harsh winter.

Etymology: Justify: To defend or uphold as warranted Fat: Plump, well-fed

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Very good! - Mustang, 2007-11-21: 18:57:00

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Hiberglut

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: hy-ber-glut

Sentence: With both of them feeling the need to hiberglut in order to put on an extra layer of blubber for the winter, Harry and Harriet would compete with one another, consuming as many high fat, high calorie foods as possible during the autumn months and especially at Thanksgiving and other holiday meals.

Etymology: Blend of 'hibernate' (to spend the winter in close quarters in a dormant condition) and 'glut' (to feed or fill to satiety; sate)

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Celludelite

Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: sal-yu-dee-liyt

Sentence: a bit of celludelite was always good at this time of year

Etymology: cellulite, delight

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Excellent! - Mustang, 2007-11-21: 07:03:00

Nice word! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-21: 16:29:00

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Snowbese

Created by: bzav1

Pronunciation: snow - bese

Sentence: Too many beavertails during his winter trip to Ottawa, left Pierre feeling snowbese. A few days of skiing in the Gatineaus would sort him out.

Etymology: snow + obese

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Smorgashoard

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation:

Sentence: When the first snow fell, she enjoyed her biggest smorgashoard of the season.

Etymology:

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libertybelle Terrific!! - libertybelle, 2007-11-21: 09:41:00

Great word! She seems to have a liking for Viking! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-21: 17:29:00

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Pudgecicles

Created by: LoftyDreamer

Pronunciation: puj'-sik-ulz

Sentence: Although Congolia had been trying to lose those pesky 15 pounds all summer, she told herself that with winter approaching, she really needed those pudgecicles if she hoped to ski without being miserable.

Etymology: pudgy (fat, obese) + icicles (hanging ice)

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metrohumanx HILARIOUS! - metrohumanx, 2008-10-23: 17:07:00

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Glazen

Created by: mvsmyth

Pronunciation: glay-zen

Sentence: Despite his wife Janet's protestations about his rising cholesterol level, Alex glazenly went back for seconds from the decadent holiday buffet.

Etymology: From "glazed", describing the overly-rich holiday fare, both sweet and savory, that is so often covered in sauces, gravies, icings, and syrups; along with ""brazen", meaning marked with flagrant and insolent audacity.

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Bloatcoat

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: blōtkōt

Sentence: While others are wearing heavy parkas and what they call puffy jackets Tim is wearing a thin windbreaker. This is because he is wearing a bloatcoat. Starting at Thanksgiving he has been on a Paula Dean-inspired diet of butterfried schrimp, buttermilk cake with butter icing and buttermilkshakes. His only regret is that he has not been able to find a ready source of muktuk.

Etymology: bloat (become swollen with fluid or gas) + coat (an outer garment worn outdoors, having sleeves and typically extending below the hips)

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Carbaltonnelsyndrome

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: car/bal/tun/nel/sin/drome

Sentence: In the cold Canadian winter many people develop carbaltonnelsyndrome. This malady is aggrevated by the repetetive wrist action necessary to shovel food into the mouth in an attempt to add an extra layer of fat for the cold winter months. In some cases, a brace may be advised.

Etymology: carb (starch, glucose etc.) + tonne (metric ton) + carpal tunnel syndrome

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metrohumanx Hilarious! Makes me wanna go to that Cheese Shop! - metrohumanx, 2008-10-20: 09:52:00

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Gluttoneed

vmalcolm

Created by: vmalcolm

Pronunciation: /glʌtən̩i:d/

Sentence: I'm not that fat! I gluttoneed this food, I'm not making it up, the winter's coming... oh, what's the worth, you know nothing...

Etymology: GLUTTONEED. From Gluttony (Excess in eating or drinking) + Need (A condition or situation in which something is required or wanted)

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metrohumanx Gluttoneed, muttonfeed,dinguseed,let'em breed. - metrohumanx, 2008-10-20: 09:54:00

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Lardka

Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: lard-ka

Sentence: She always gives herself flabsolution to overeat this time of year to put on her winter lardka. She never seems to worry about the June thongsequences of her indulgence.

Etymology: lard, parka

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Funny! - remistram, 2007-11-21: 09:44:00

it's time to get the old Thanksgiving Day pants out with the adjustable waist - Jabberwocky, 2007-11-21: 15:03:00

Funny, clever & interesting! It is said" 'Clothes don't make the woman, but they often show how she is made!" - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-21: 16:53:00

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Flabdicate

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: FLAB-di-keyt

Sentence: Roxie was a "fausse maigre" who, to calorie-proof herself against the "harsh" Australian winter, flabdicated with fattitude!

Etymology: 1.Flabdicate: flab(fat) & abdicate (give up the responsibility for ..flab.) 2.Fausse maigre: One who looks thin, but in reality is fat. 3. Fattitude: A positive attitude displayed by an overweight person towards their own body. (I Smirt, U Stooze, They Kr

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funny - Jabberwocky, 2007-11-21: 10:51:00

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Lardassimilate

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: lar-das-sim-i-late

Sentence: Coming from L.A., Sue thought she would need to assimilate a lot of calories to survive a Minnesota winter so she ate a lot of French Fries, Burgers and Twinkies. These enabled her to lardassimilate herself into the culture.

Etymology: lard: rendered fat often used for frying foods = lardass: word for obese, particularly in one's backyard + assimilate: to absorb nutrients into the body after digestion; to become absorbed into a culture or society

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Iconical

jsmccarty82

Created by: jsmccarty82

Pronunciation: I-con-ik-al

Sentence: He is a very iconical personality.

Etymology: Help me with this one!

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Dagoodeats

Created by: idavecook

Pronunciation: Da- good eats

Sentence: Not fearing global warming at all, Jim decided it was time to get dagoodeats going. It was the only way he would survive the winter with his wife's cooking.

Etymology: das boot don't taste good

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Mitigweight

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: mi/ti/gwate

Sentence: Sue would mitigweight her eating binges by reminding herself that she was giving her body a huge assortment of nutrients to choose from to stoke her furnace for winter. It also meant she could forgo wearing mitts

Etymology: mitigate + weight + mitts

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Carbohybernate

Created by: lumina

Pronunciation: carbo/hi/bur/nate

Sentence: It starts the week of Halloween, and goes all the way to New Year's Day. The Klumps start bulking up on the starches and sugars. They believe if they carbohybernate, they will be less likely to pick up the colds and flus of the season.

Etymology: Carbohydrate Hibernate

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heehee! - galwaywegian, 2008-10-20: 09:34:00

metrohumanx EXCELLENT! Are there ANY non-candy holidays left? All we have is the 4th of July, and explosives are not a viable substitute for sweets. - metrohumanx, 2008-10-20: 09:50:00

Metro, I agree. Those sparklers are more "spicy" than sweet. Always need a milk chaser after a few. :) - lumina, 2008-10-20: 20:20:00

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Sinsulate

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sin sool ayt

Sentence: We Northern Canadians try to sinsulate ourselves against our cold, 8 month long winter by ingesting as many heat-inducing foods as possible. Not only do we eat our native dishes like Mama Cheeseburgers and fries;Pemican; Chocolate Moose;Bear Claws;Reindeer Sausage;Arctic Char; Ukrainian Perogy's & Cabbage Rolls;Thai Cuisine;Italian Lasagne;Greek Moussaka;German Bratwurst;Mongolian Hotpot;Vietnamese Spring Rolls;French Bouef Bourgignone;Irish Stew;Scottish Haggis; Indian Masala, Samosas & Curry;Welsh Rarebit;Swedish Meatballs;London Broil; Spanish Paella;Cassoulet;Quebecois Poutine;Mexican Tacos & Enchiladas; Japanese Teriyaki and Shanghai Noodles, we also indulge in a few American treats: Kentucky Fried Chicken;Corn Pone;St.Louis Ribs;Dunkin Donuts and Ghiaradelli Chocolate. Yes, there are no borders we will not cross to sinsulate ourselves from the winter cold! And we wash down these meals with the appropriate international beverages. Thank Goodness for Free Trade.

Etymology: Sin(One of God's 7 things a good Christian should not do: (i.e: Gluttony;Greed); a faux pas or a fault or make a serious mistake;violent and excited activity) & Insulate(protect from heat, cold, noise, etc. by surrounding with insulating material)

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metrohumanx WOW! That reads like the menu from the International House of Heartattacks......mmmmmm-pierogies! - metrohumanx, 2008-10-20: 09:43:00

Ok, now I'm hungry. "International House of Heartattacks." HA! That was "rootin' tootin'" hilarious! - lumina, 2008-10-20: 20:19:00

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Pococurpulente

thegoatisbad

Created by: thegoatisbad

Pronunciation: po-co-cor-pu-len-te

Sentence: Above her desk, Kimberly kept a calendar with photos from various missions to the moon. She liked to be reminded of the moon phases and the period of time when science fiction permeated popular culture. But her calendar failed to document a waxing and waning moon much closer to Kimberly's heart: the one she bought elastic-waist pants for. Around the same time as the leaves' changing, Kimberly's eating habits changed from "pollo poco" to "pococurpulente." It should be no surprise that she always kept cheese in her desk.

Etymology: pococurante (little concern) + corpulent (having a large body)

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-11-21: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by remistram. Thank you remistram! ~ James

galwaywegian - 2008-10-20: 09:35:00
good standard today:)

Nuwanda - 2008-10-20: 22:51:00
Does anyone else get an error message when trying to vote sometimes? I think it keeps counting the votes I am trying to cast even though it comes up with a long string of unintelligible text.

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-03-16: 00:03:00
Today's definition was suggested by remistram. Thank you remistram. ~ James