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'Oh no!'

DEFINITION: n., That sad feeling you get when you open the pizza box, and there's nothing left but grease stains. v. intr., To sit in front of an empty pizza box and sulk.

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Deepdishfunk

Created by: Kyoti

Pronunciation: Deep-dish-funk

Sentence: Megan rolled over, hit the snooze button, and began to roll into the cool part of the pillow when she noticed the pizza box still behind the clock from last night's "discussion" with Andy, and she thought about how great a greasy cold slice of triple Italian sausage would be right now, so she flipped the lid up on the box, only to discover the orange drainage amalgam of sausage grease and pizza sauce, but nary a remaining slice, and decided that she would have to start the day in a deepdishfunk.

Etymology: Deep dish: a common reference to Sicilian or Chicago-style pizza that is cooked in a deep pizza pan + Funk: an emotional frame of mind a few steps further than the common malaise.

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COMMENTS:

great sentence - Jabberwocky, 2008-10-09: 13:42:00

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Digiornomourn

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: deh-JOOR-no-morn

Sentence: When Brad opened each of the pizza boxes from the party of the night before and found them all empty all he could do is sit and look at the empty boxes, salivate from the tantalizing fragrances coming from within and digiornomourn with alligator tears leaking from his eyes.

Etymology: Blend of DiGiorno (pizza brand) and mourn

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Dominomore

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: dämə nō môr

Sentence: Alvin was having a bout of remorsel. One moment he felt like the king of pies. The next he was Dominomore. He was so busy watching the game that he didn't pay attention to the fact that he was scarfing down the final slice. He usually took a moment savor the last bite but now it was gone. He tried to make himself feel better by picking off a mushroom that was stuck on the lid but it didn't help. All that he was left with was a cold, heartless slab of cardboard.

Etymology: Domino (Pizza brand) + no more (nothing further)

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COMMENTS:

Good one! - TJayzz, 2008-10-09: 05:17:00

sad that he was so dominomoribund - Jabberwocky, 2008-10-09: 13:49:00

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Pizzoh

Created by: nhtbrink

Pronunciation: Pizz-oh

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Etymology:

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Oilofoyvey

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: oyl/of/oy/vey

Sentence: He suffered pangs of oilofoyvey when he discovered nothing but a slick of grease in the empty pizza box.

Etymology: oil + oy vey (an exclamation of dismay or exasperation)+ oil of olay

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libertybelle Took me a minute -followed by a big goofy laugh on my part! - libertybelle, 2007-11-12: 13:53:00

Took me a little longer:100/100 for inventiveness! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-12: 15:55:00

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Pizzalack

Created by: cawnpore

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Papa John arrived late, checked the fridge and pizzalacked all night long.

Etymology: pizza+lack

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Crustfallen

Created by: astorey

Pronunciation: crust-fall-en

Sentence: Jeremy came in hungry after canvassing in nearby neighborhoods all morning. He was crustfallen when he went through not one, not two, not 17, but all 23 pizza boxes at the campaign volunteer center only to find some picked-off olives and crumpled-up napkins. So crustfallen was he that he stripped off his candidate flair and defected to the other candidate, who did not have as many volunteers but had way more pizza.

Etymology: Crestfallen: "Sad because of a recent disappointment" altered to incorporate crust, as in pizza crust.

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COMMENTS:

very funny - Jabberwocky, 2008-10-09: 13:41:00

Love it...you got my vote. - Nosila, 2008-10-09: 21:32:00

Super special! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-10-11: 16:59:00

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Sulkawomp

Created by: BigKP

Pronunciation: soul-ka-womp

Sentence: When I found the pizza box to be empty, all I could do was sulkawomp.

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Melancoily

Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: mell-en-coy-lee

Sentence: as i opened the box and saw nothing but a greasy stain i became quite melancoily

Etymology: melancholy, oily

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funny - Jabberwocky, 2007-11-12: 15:36:00

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Digiornomore

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: Deh-JORE-no-more

Sentence: When Artemis opened the pizza box and found his friends had eaten the leftovers he sighed to himself....DiGiornomore.

Etymology: DiGiorno pizza + no more

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Comments:

petaj petaj - 2007-11-13: 02:15:00
On the menu today: Digiornomore Hawhine Sicilyearn Pepperawwni

wordmeister - 2007-11-13: 09:47:00
Sounds like a pizza box full of dashed dreams...

zxvasdf zxvasdf - 2008-10-09: 21:21:00
Dadgummit! This would've gotten my vote. Good one.