Verboticism: Antilean

'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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Fatastasize

Created by: sheilamusti

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Rolbax

Created by: Biscotti

Pronunciation: role-backs

Sentence: John couldn't figure out why he had a horrible case of the rolbax. He weighed himself every night before bed and then weighed himself every morning at about 5 pounds more than the previous day's start. He used the weight set day and night for weeks; and was ready to file a complaint to the company until his wife told him he had a horrible midnight snack attack every night...to which John replied, "But I only ate 5 pork chops, two gallons of ice cream and drank half a keg of beer..."

Etymology: roll (to move) + backs (coming back)

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COMMENTS:

Like those rollbacks at Walmart ... that keep creeping up on you! Best part of your words is the 'ax' ... for chopping fat off! Fun Won! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-19: 10:15:00

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Fitneglitch

moondragon

Created by: moondragon

Pronunciation: fit-nuh-glitch

Sentence: There must be some kind of fitneglitch in this exercise plan. My daily work out just seems to make my love handles bigger.

Etymology: A combination of fitness (health) + glitch (error).

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Corpugeal

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)

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COMMENTS:

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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Sneakilo

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: snee kee lo

Sentence: He couldn't believe all of those sneakilos that had made their way onto the scales with him, humiliating him in front of his gorgeous personal trainer. Now he could never ask her out. He peered through the window at the gym across the raod, where he could just about see her on the pilates ball over the top of his mcbreakfast.

Etymology: sneakily, kilo

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COMMENTS:

Wonderful sentence and word! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-19: 10:03:00

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Girthumstances

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: GURTH-kuh.m-stansz

Sentence: Bob used every motivational tool and slimming trick out there in endeavouring to be trim, taut and terrific. And he believed that it was only a matter of time before he hit upon the right formula to overcome his adipose issue. However, friends discovered the unhoggable truth about his girthumstances; when, at 2am, they spotted him, somnambulatory, at his local all-night eatery, flaboyant in his dressing gown and slippers, ordering for himself enough food to feed a family of ten.

Etymology: Conflation of GIRTH:the distance around a persons body & CIRCUMSTANCES:The surrounding or pertaining facts, means, influences, etc.,especially asrelated to one's/ones support and way of living.

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Girth is a great word ... rounds off your creation very nicely! Outstanding Won! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-19: 10:10:00

love it - Jabberwocky, 2008-03-19: 11:48:00

Great word Oz! - purpleartichokes, 2008-03-19: 20:57:00

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Insinuflate

Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈsɪnjuˌfleɪt/ /ihn-SIHN-yoo-Flayt/

Sentence: I think gremlins have gotten into my fridge because the fat just keeps insinuflating their way into my love handles.

Etymology: from insinu(ate) + (in)flate

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COMMENTS:

Meaning full! Excellent! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-19: 10:00:00

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Gutchels

Created by: ShadeTanner

Pronunciation: gut-chills

Sentence: If you have gutchels, see a health professional because there's most likely a medical concern causing this.

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Fridgimen

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: fridj a men

Sentence: Martin was on a strict fridgimen to change his eating habits and body shape. Six times a day, he would vigorously stride (a cardio pulmonary exercise) to his refrigerator, open and close the door twenty times (to get a good upper body workout) and then bend over to get a beer from the bottom or reach up into the freezer to get an iced beer mug or ice cream treat (stretching exercises). He might also reach far into the back of the fridge (more stretching) to get cold fried chicken or lemon meringue pie out to eat. His theory was that if the food was cold, his body would have to burn more calories to warm it up so that he could digest it. Yes, his fridgimen was a good thermal workout and yet despite his fine muscle tone (for a 300 pound man) he never seemed to lose any weight. He just put it down to the fact that muscle weighed more than fat...

Etymology: Fridge (nickname for a refrigerator in which the coolant is pumped around by an electric motor, designed to keep foods cold) & Regimen ((medicine) a systematic plan for therapy (often including diet)

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Inchidentals

Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: Inch ah dent uls

Sentence: One of life's pleasures, is to sup well. Just because one cannot see calories, any more than one can see heavy sighs, they calorsize us, by inchidentals. Inchidentals that are seen all to well, but make us feel less than well. Well! Well! Well! ... hmmmm that's another deep subject ... I don't want to get into ... so fare thee well.

Etymology: INCH, INCIDENTAL. INCH - unit of measurement, used not only to measure a body's height, but also the girths of chests, waists, upper arms, and thighs. INCIDENTAL - occurring by chance or without intention.

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COMMENTS:

love it! - galwaywegian, 2009-01-09: 12:28:00

Inchtriguing word...cute! - Nosila, 2009-01-09: 19:52:00

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