Verboticism: Omnichecient

'There's a donut in your DVD Tray!'

DEFINITION: n. A hiding place which is used to store emergency supplies like donuts, booze and candies. v. To hide special treats in secret locations around your home or office, so you can access them when needed.

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Cachedrawer

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: kash draw er

Sentence: Simon had a place to hide goodies for a rainy day, or a day when his Mom decided he had not earned any treats. His cachedrawer was a hollowed out section on his old computer. Eventually though his mom caught on...when the ants kept crawling in and out of his hard drive. They were his original computer bugs.

Etymology: Cache (a hidden storage space (for money or provisions or weapons);(computer science) RAM memory that is set aside as a specialized buffer storage that is continually updated; used to optimize data transfers between system elements with different characteristics;a secret store of valuables or money) & Cash Drawer (a till or place to lock valuables)

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Hoardaway

Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: hoard a weigh

Sentence: When it comes to sweets and treats, especially nuts, Hazel likes to make like a squirrel and stash them in a cache. Hazel would be most upset if you found a way into her hoardaway.

Etymology: HOARD - to secretly accumulate and collect. AWAY - missing, as in missing so no one else can have it. HOARDAWAY is also a word play on HIDE AWAY.

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COMMENTS:

What do most hoardaways dislike? Da weigh in! - silveryaspen, 2009-03-18: 00:52:00

metrohumanx You always take the HARDWAY! - metrohumanx, 2009-03-18: 04:24:00

Hordes of people (and squirrels) would love to find Hazel's hidden hoardaway... - mweinmann, 2009-03-18: 13:02:00

especially her cachew stash, mweinmann! Better not let her cacheyou! - silveryaspen, 2009-03-18: 20:10:00

Awesome! - kateinkorea, 2009-03-19: 00:02:00

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Chipbunk

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: chipbəngk

Sentence: When Chip's brother went off to college the bedroom was all his. The first thing he did was to squirrel away some of his favorite snacks. He could never do this before because his brother would always ferret them out. He had cookies in shoe boxes in his closet - gummy bears in his sock drawer. He found that he could replace his brother's pillow with bags of chips. He took over the upper berth so he now had Chip's bunk and a chipbunk.

Etymology: chip (a thin slice of food made crisp by being fried, baked, or dried and typically eaten as a snack) + bunk (a piece of furniture consisting of two beds, one above the other, that form a unit)

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COMMENTS:

Makes me hungry just reading about it. Good word! - Mustang, 2009-03-18: 19:21:00

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Chocalotdrop

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: chocolate drop

Sentence: Theo surreptitiously withdrew a Mars Bar from the chocalotdrop. Unfortunately he was spotted by the cleaner who yelled out "Mr. Bromine! so you are the culprit inviting all the ants into the office".

Etymology: chocolate drop (a sweet treat) + a lot (large quantity) + drop (a location for depositing things eg. book drop at the library)

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Clever! - silveryaspen, 2009-03-18: 13:05:00

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Hate

Created by: behrouzi

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Chocolocker

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: chok + oh + lock + ur

Sentence: Crissy craved chocolate. She was always chewing on a chunk, chip, bar, nugget, kiss or cookie....anything with chocolate. She decided to collocate everything she craved in a huge chocolocker. It became her chewy, crispy chocolate containing cabinet, secured with a combination lock.

Etymology: Chocolate and Locker >> We all know what Chocolate means. This chocolate is contained in a locked cabinet so it can be hidden away....

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COMMENTS:

Sweet alliteration! Sweet creation! - silveryaspen, 2009-03-18: 11:40:00

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Laysaway

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: leys-uh-wey

Sentence: Josh has more hiding places for snacks around the office than he can remember. He definitely believes in the Laysaway plan.

Etymology: Lays (a snack brand) layaway (an article or item put away for annuitized payments)

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Snackcess

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: snak sess

Sentence: Bbubba could be on a desert island, in the operations room in the pentagon or diving on the wreck of the Titanic, and he would still have snacksess 24/7

Etymology: access snack

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Cachehere

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: cash heer

Sentence: Penny told everyone that she was a cashier, but that was just a beard for the thing she did at home with booze, chocolate and potato chips. She would find a way to cachehere them all over the house. Tradesmen were always finding goodies when they were called in to repair things.

Etymology: Cache (secret hiding place) & Here (this place or location)& WordPlay on Cashier (person who recieves or pays out money)

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Shotspot

Created by: rombus

Pronunciation: shot - spot

Sentence: Ernie could not get through the day without a shot or two of rum, vodka, gin, brandy, whisky or some alcoholic fix. Because he did not want anyone to know his weakness, he kept a secret place he called his shotspot where he kept the flavor of the day, along with his special shot glass.

Etymology: shot and spot; also play on "hotspot"

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COMMENTS:

Great originality. Did you know that most hard liquor has so much sugar in its simplest form that a shot is a 100 calories! Sure puts alcohol in the sweet treat category. Shotspot is a tiptop create! - silveryaspen, 2009-03-18: 20:03:00

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