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'Wow! My brainwaves are melting cheese!'

DEFINITION: v. To pace, stare or drool in front of your stove or microwave, in an effort to use sheer willpower to make your food cook faster. n. A watched pot, pie or pudding.

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Created by: cohenarie

Pronunciation: SI kuk

Sentence: As grandma always said, a container of water subjected to psychookery will never reach or exceed 100 degrees celsius.

Etymology: psychic + cook

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Created by: idavecook

Pronunciation: En espanol, pinche guero.

Sentence: Dude, I totally yoquieroquesoed that burrito last night, I ate the whole thing before I realized the power was out.

Etymology: I want it, you want it, if you don't, you don't even know what's up. Sorry, find out.

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Created by: joearcher

Pronunciation: telly-cook-neticks

Sentence: I was so desperate for my beans on toast I was using telecooknetics to speed up the toaster


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Created by: jonobo

Pronunciation: foodoo like voodoo, kinese like in telekinesis

Sentence: He used his skills in Foodokinesis too get his hot dog barking quicker and louder !

Etymology: food + voodoo + telekinesis = foodookinese

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Created by: mitchchick

Pronunciation: s-eye-goo-cAYzer

Sentence: I psygoocazered that piece of cheese on my hotdog.


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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: my/crow/slave/ur/ing

Sentence: When conventional cooking wasn't fast enough he resorted to microslavering. It was messy but he made sure to wear a bib.

Etymology: microwave + slaver (drool or dribble)


Nice ring about it! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-07-02: 03:52:00


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Created by: heb319

Pronunciation: mind-boy-ling

Sentence: He focused intently on soup in an attempt to mindboil it to the appropriate temparature in half the usual time.

Etymology: mind-using the power of the brain; boiling--heating up

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Created by: americanogig

Pronunciation: Sal eh bake

Sentence: Gregory began to wonder if his popcorn would be sufficiently popped by the next millennium. Since all other conventional means had failed him, he decided to pull out his tried and true method of salibaking. After willing the kernels to burst forth in buttered glory he boasted of his amazing ability to semi-instantly salibake.

Etymology: From salivate and bake

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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: sy-ko-ken-eat-ic

Sentence: The Amazing Nino, the mentalist, tried to use his incredible psychokineatic powers to rush his lunch. Unfortunately, The Amazing Nino was no kitchen magician and he'd have to wait like everyone else.

Etymology: psychokinesis: the alteration of the state of an object by mental powers alone without physical intervention + eat

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Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: glowt/meel

Sentence: His morning breakfast consisted of gloatmeal and juice

Etymology: gloat (stare) + oatmeal

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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-04-24: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by Osomatic.
Thank you Osomatic! ~ James

Mustang - 2008-07-01: 08:09:00
The chef was no doubt a man of principle who would stick by his convections.

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-11-10: 00:14:00
Today's definition was suggested by Osomatic. Thank you Osomatic. ~ James