Verboticism: Sneakilo

'I've been working out on this ab machine every day for a week'

DEFINITION: n. The creepy pounds that sneak onto your waist even though you've been exercising and watching what you eat. v. To exercise rigorously, diet fastidiously, and yet still gain weight.

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: kil ler gramz

Sentence: Melanie had tried everything to lose a few pounds, like Weight Watchers, Nutrisystem, Jenny Craig, Atkins, LA Weight Loss, Herbal Magic, Scarsdale, The Zone, heck even Oprah Winfrey's latest method. She visited their sites everyday, but lost not an ounce. She had also tried every possible fitness regime, too. But no matter what she tried, she still had those extra killergrams on her that she could not shed. She actually got a lot of exercise in her daily routine: she surfed the Net, jumped to conclusions, ran out of money, juggled her tasks, pushed her luck, drove her family mad and plowed through her paperwork, but still a thin body eluded her. How would she ever look as good as those women on the magazine covers in the grocery store? You know, the ones who stared back at you accusingly as you bought ice cream, pop, chips, candy and booze!

Etymology: Kilograms (metric weight unit of 1000 grams) & Killer (a difficulty that is hard to deal with;the causal agent resulting in death Example: "Heart disease is the biggest killer in America")


heeheehee!!! - galwaywegian, 2009-01-09: 04:16:00


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Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: eh-nig-mass

Sentence: All those 100-calorie snack packs were ineffective in helping George lose weight. Each day when he got on the scale, there it was - more enigmass.

Etymology: enigma, mass, ass


Excellent verboticism. George has massive issues to deal with. He probably has indigestion too. ;-) - Mustang, 2008-03-19: 06:45:00

lol - Superb etymology and word! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-19: 10:12:00

another good one - Jabberwocky, 2008-03-19: 11:47:00

Short & sweet - or, perhaps, I should say: fat & sweet! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-03-19: 16:34:00


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Created by: catgrin

Pronunciation: ant-il-yuh n (sounds like "ant" + "million" -"m")

Sentence: (n) No amount of hours at the gym could stop the antileans from taking oven my waistline. (v) By 35, most women antilean, diet and exercise simply cannot return them to their size fours.

Etymology: A simple compound of "anti" and "lean" using a softer vowel sounds and slightly shifted emphasis to give the sound of tiny hordes attacking.

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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: nin-jewels

Sentence: Dear Lord, "So grant me strength that I may not fall, Into the clutches of cholesterol. May my flesh with carrot curls be sated That my soul may be polyunsaturated. And show me the light that I may bear witness To the President's Council on Physical Fitness." Deliver us from ninjoules so those sneaky pounds won't make us fools. Amen Quoted section by Victor Buono "The fat man's prayer" --

Etymology: ninja (practitioners of japanese espionage, characterised by stealth) + joules (units of energy, that are easily converted into adipose tissue by the unsuspecting couch potato)


Great fat man's prayer! Great Word! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-19: 09:58:00


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Created by: idavecook

Pronunciation: FAL-OR-EES

Sentence: These 100 calorie packs have added like 500 phalories on me!

Etymology: Phantom Calories


I've never seen a calorie, never felt one, so I think phalories is a perfect word for them! Well done! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-19: 20:31:00


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Created by: youmustvotenato

Pronunciation: Like attack except with an F

Sentence: More fattack?

Etymology: Fat + attack

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Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: /siks-pak-FLABZ/

Sentence: Russell had switched to whole-grain doughnuts, light beer, and he was now using only low-fat mayonaise on his bacon and cheese sandwiches, plus, he'd been taking the stairs up to his 2nd floor apartment once a day, instead of using the elevator, and he'd even started doing armchair aerobics — trying to reach down to touch his knees during the TV commercials — and yet he was still gaining weight. Now he had sixpackflabs to show for it, and was well on his way to sporting a keg-belly.

Etymology: blend of; Six-Pack-Abs - well developed abdominal muscles (colloqiualism for the three pairs of bulges apparent in well defined abdominal muscles) + Flabs - soft fatty body tissue (back-formation from flabby, from Middle English, flabband "flapping")


Roared with laughter over keg-belly and sixpackflabs! Terrific Wons! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-19: 10:02:00


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Created by: bookowl

Pronunciation: lard/jes

Sentence: He was know far and wide for his lardgesse

Etymology: lard + largesse


Heh! Love it! - Jamagra, 2008-03-19: 14:09:00

Simple and Super Word! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-19: 20:38:00


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Created by: Jamagra

Pronunciation: n: corp'/u/jeel v: corp/u/jeel'

Sentence: Lisa could not believe that a box of Valentine chocolates could corpugeal on her butt so quickly or so thoroughly, especially since she had been running three miles a day since Fat Tuesday, 1998. Obviously she would need to be more fats-tedious about her diet.

Etymology: corpulent (fleshy, fat) + congeal (to solidify or jell)


Fatstedious is a word I'll use a lot. Double kudos for two first-rate creates! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-19: 10:19:00

very nice - Jabberwocky, 2008-03-19: 11:43:00

Fatstantistic word, Jamagra! - Nosila, 2008-03-21: 17:54:00


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Created by: paperhoard

Pronunciation: Fatty-mo-sis

Sentence: Jim seems to gain weight by simply having fatty food near his paunch. Scientifically this process is called fattimosis, fat traveling from one area to another directly through the paunch layer. Jim is now at the point where he can butter his bread simply by rubbing it across his stomach.

Etymology: Fatty + Osmosis


Great last line ... Great Verboticism! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-19: 10:46:00

very funny - bookowl, 2008-03-19: 14:23:00

Thank you! - paperhoard, 2008-03-19: 14:46:00


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