Verboticism: Chlug

'What are you doing?'

DEFINITION: n. A sudden, uncontrollable desire to eat something fast, usually occurs at bedtime. v. To eat food while lying in bed.

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Created by: Bulletchewer

Pronunciation: slunn-grr

Sentence: He satisfied his slunger with cookies, the crumbs of which made the bed bugs bite.

Etymology: From "sleep/slumber" and "hunger".


I like that! - jedijawa, 2007-03-26: 07:19:00


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Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: snak-LAK-ri-tee

Sentence: Bob's noshnod-offs, especially his snacklacrity, were a constant source of irritation for Roxie; but, no matter how hard she tried, in the end, she could never resist his bedroom-fries.

Etymology: SNACK: A light meal, eaten between regular meals; ALACRITY: eagerness, keenness; fervor, zeal.


love bedroom-fries - Jabberwocky, 2008-07-11: 14:25:00

I,too, love Bedroom Fries...sounds like a love song! - Nosila, 2008-07-11: 22:40:00


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Created by: Mrgoodtimes

Pronunciation: Rem-i-dih-jes-chuhn

Sentence: After running through the spaghetti fields with his garlic bread umbrella sheltering him from the meatball hail storm in his dream, he awoke with an urgent desire for some remedygestion.

Etymology: REM (sleep)- remedy - ingestion Hmmmm dream food, always low on calories


Love the imagery.. - Nosila, 2011-03-01: 15:18:00


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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: nok - TERN - uhl - nosh

Sentence: Brent was voracious and his appetite reared it's head at the most inopportune times, especially at bed time, and he always succumbed to temptation, sometimes even at the expense of a romantic interlude with his wife, Brenda.

Etymology: Blend of 'nocturnal' (active at night) and 'nosh' (to snack or eat between meals)

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: starv dust

Sentence: Just as Ernest was trying to drop off in bed, he craved a spread before him. Yes, he pined for pineapple; hankered for ham; ached for anchovies and craved carbohydrates. Just before starvedust, he longed for comfort on a bed of noodles. His pallet met his palate; he cradled an insane need for fast food and in his nest he craved birdsnest soup. Yes, he wanted some food in Ernest!

Etymology: starve (have a craving, appetite, or great desire for; be hungry for) & stardust (a multitude of stars, looking like dust;a dreamy,romantic,sentimental time of the evening, just before total blackness;Minute particles of matter that fall to Earth from the stars.


The strong emotional attraction of Old English words; beautiful combination - OZZIEBOB, 2008-07-11: 18:29:00

Cheers, you've brought a tear to my eyes, luckily not my Southern Cross-ed eyes. - Nosila, 2008-07-12: 01:39:00

metrohumanx Bueatifully lyrical! Top nosh word! - metrohumanx, 2008-07-13: 21:42:00


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Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: nye/t/stoker

Sentence: He kept it hidden by day but he became the nightstoker at bedtime.

Etymology: night stalker + stoke (feed)


Maybe that's really blood on the pizza and he becomes a Bramnightstoker - Jabberwocky, 2007-03-26: 12:28:00


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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: bed ding brek fast

Sentence: When Fireman Joe started his midnight shift rotation, his first meal of the day was usually pizza or other leftovers from his family's dinner. He insisted on eating it in bed before he got up and got ready for work. His wife hated his beddingbreakfast routine, as it gave a whole new meaning to the word bedspread. She looked forward to his rotation on days so their meals could be enjoyed as a family. She also hated getting his salami on her pristine duvet at that time of night.

Etymology: Bedding (coverings that are used on a bed)& Breakfast(the first meal of the day (usually in the morning) & Wordplay on Bed & Breakfast (Accommodation, usually in a private home which includes lodging and first meal of the day)

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: bedkrəmz

Sentence: Mary couldn’t understand why Ralph seemed fixated on eating crackers in bed. She finally figured out that he was leaving a trail of bedcrumbs when he got up during the night. She hadn’t realized how advanced his Alzheimer’s had become.

Etymology: bed (a piece of furniture for sleep or rest) + bread crumbs (a storybook technique for retracing your steps)

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Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Slum-bur-snak

Sentence: Colin woke up with a sudden urge for something to eat, in fact he was so hungry he jumped out of bed and headed straight for the fridge. After a few minutes he had got through half a cooked chicken, four sausage rolls and a large slice of leftover chocolate cake. It wasn't so much a slumbersnack as a full course meal.

Etymology: Slumber(Sleep) + Snack (quantity of food eaten between meals) ORIGIN Dutch from snacken 'to bite'. = Slumbersnack


I'm a slumbersnack and I'm okay I eat all night and I work all day He's a slumbersnack and he's okay He eats all night and he works all day (couldn't resist the Monty Python reference) - Jabberwocky, 2008-07-11: 12:41:00

Was wondering if anyone out there would remember that Monty Python song. - TJayzz, 2008-07-11: 14:09:00

Great! Makes ME want a slumbersnack! - lumina, 2008-07-11: 20:39:00

I cut down trees,I wear high heels, suspenders and a bra; I wish I'd been a girlie, just like my old Papa! No, I don't remember it or the Mountie back-up singers at all... - Nosila, 2008-07-11: 22:55:00

metrohumanx Sorry- I'm deliberately wasting your time. - metrohumanx, 2008-07-13: 21:48:00


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Created by: sunny09

Pronunciation: slunch-eeze

Sentence: the only problem with slunchies is falling asleep with food in your mouth

Etymology: slumber, munchies.

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