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'Why are you licking the wrapper?'

DEFINITION: v. tr., To secretly snap up and gobble down a small bit of food left on a dish, wrapping or pot. n., The small bits of tasty food, like melted cheese or veggies, that stick to food wrapping.

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: ecks-scrap-oh-LAY-shun

Sentence: Eloise has the disgusting habit of exscrapolation wherein she scrapes and licks bits of food from wrappers, bowls, even other peoples plates, leaving those items clean as a whistle.

Etymology: Play on the word extrapolation. Meaning the consumption of scraps of food.

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Created by: youmustvotenato

Pronunciation: Rez-eh-food

Sentence: Taking the last bite of her twinkie, she relished in the bonus resifood left on the twinkie's rectangular holding plate.

Etymology: Residue+food

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Created by: Rhyme79

Pronunciation: rapp-uh-scrahh-pss

Sentence: The best part of a yoghurt is the wrapperscraps. Licking the lid might be something you wouldn't do at the Queen's table, but we all do it anyway. Besides, if I dined with the Queen, I'd be a bit disappointed if she only dished up yoghurt for us to eat. I'd at least expect something I'd struggle to pronounce, like some obscure cheese or rare cabbage or something.

Etymology: Wrapper - packaging or cover. Scraps - left over morsels.

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Created by: cfinleyca

Pronunciation: skrap-ti-kuhl

Sentence: Man, you really got every scrapticle off that cheese-paper. You gave that plate a scrapticlectomy, I don't even have to put it in the dishwasher.

Etymology: Scrap: a small piece or portion; + particle:a minute portion, piece, fragment, or amount; a tiny or very small bit

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Created by: phonematode

Pronunciation: left-hoo-vur

Sentence: Once the guests had departed, he quickly lefthoovered the gooey pizza bits from their plates.

Etymology: left-overs, Hoover (vaccuum)

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Created by: DrWebsterIII

Pronunciation: 'slī - hôg

Sentence: Any chance she could, Edna would slyhog whatever was on her plate, wrapper, sleeve, it didn't matter!

Etymology: sly (cunning sneaky tricky) + hog ( to act like an extreme piggy)

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Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: sur - up - tish - us

Sentence: Mollie felt very syruptitious as she held the plate close to her face and licked up all the syrup after breakfast. She hoped that no one realized what she was really doing.

Etymology: syrup (sweet topping used for pancakes, waffles and in candy) + surreptitious (done or acquired in secret, operating by stealth)


Love it...sweet! - Nosila, 2011-06-09: 18:14:00


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Created by: Nettle

Pronunciation: YUM-snatch

Sentence: While everybody was distracted with discussions over splitting the bill, Jane yumsnatched the crispy crumbs from the plate which had formerly held a considerable quantity of crispy Peking duck.

Etymology: yummy = delicious + snatch = to take suddenly or hastily


This word made me laugh for more than one reason. Funny and creative! - Scrumpy, 2007-09-27: 09:54:00

Ditto! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-09-27: 20:44:00


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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: hīdbit

Sentence: Marcy loves to stop at her favorite fast-food joint for lunch. The food itself is fine but the best part is finding a hidbit, a little chunk of burger or cheese stuck to the wrapper. She has been known to ingest a scrap of paper just to get these morsels.

Etymology: hid (put or keep out of sight) + tidbit (a small piece of tasty food)

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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: lap/dance/k

Sentence: Sue excitedly checked her wedding registry daily to see what new pieces of Dansk china had been purchased. She would wait until after the ceremony to divulge her secret pleasure - to lapdansk

Etymology: lap(lick or wash) + dansk (famous chinaware)+ lapdance


I'll bet she had a Royal Doulton (with hand painted periwinkles) strippers pole. - Scrumpy, 2007-09-27: 10:01:00

sometimes she would settle for a mikassarole - Jabberwocky, 2007-09-27: 11:24:00

For some reason it brings to mind your gem "Eternitease." Crazy, but I like it! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-09-27: 20:42:00


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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-09-27: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by Scrumpy. Thank you Scrumpy! ~ James

metrohumanx metrohumanx - 2008-08-28: 03:04:00
Wow! That sentence packs a PUNCH!

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2011-06-09: 00:17:00
Today's definition was suggested by Scrumpy. Thank you Scrumpy. ~ James