Verboticism: Pulsoothe

'Aren't you supposed to use a scoop?'

DEFINITION: n. The euphoria felt when sticking one's hand surreptitiously into a barrelful of rice, peas, or other legumes. v. To plunge your hand into a container of rice.

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Gleedipity

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: glee-DIP-ee-tee

Sentence: Sarah was a obsessive compulsive dipper, whose gleedipity was the bane of shopkeeepers everywhere.

Etymology: GLEE: open delight or pleasure; exultant joy; exultation. DIP: 1. to put the hand down into a liquid or a container, esp. in order to remove something (often fol. by in or into)DIP 2. Sl. to pickpocket, a pickpocket: ie: to "dip" your hand surreptitiously into someone pocket. ITY: state or condition, and with SERENDIPITY in mind

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metrohumanx Inspirational OCD. Good one, O-bob! - metrohumanx, 2008-08-11: 17:12:00

gleepidity doo dah - Jabberwocky, 2008-08-11: 19:40:00

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Tinytactilation

metrohumanx

Created by: metrohumanx

Pronunciation: TIE-nee-TACKT-eel-ay shun

Sentence: Alison had never been to a whole-food warehouse, so Edmond found one and took her there. After ordering a drum of soy milk with gag-supressant, Edmond turned around and was taken aback at the sight of Alison standing betwixt two barrels with a look of orgiastic delight on her face. She had fallen victim to the phenomena known in the health-food industry as TINYTACTILATION ! Mesmerized by the sight of so many tiny wholesome nuggets of nutrition, Alison had plunged her left hand into the hogshead full of legumes, and her right hand into the split peas. Alison's TINYTACTILATION was bringing her close to that look of ecstasy Edmond had witnessed only the night before. Fearing he would have to purchase both barrels, Edmond grabbed her gently by the arms and guided Alison slowly outside to the car. Later he came back, had the two barrels delivered to his apartment, and they achieved a state of bliss unknown in the pallid world of pre-processed foods. They lived hapticly ever after.

Etymology: TINY+TACTILe+elATION....TINY:smaller than a grape___TACTILE:pertaining to the sense of touch;Tactile: French or Latin; French, from Latin tactilis, from tangere to touch___ELATION: the quality or state of being elated 2 : pathological euphoria

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metrohumanx http://kartoo.com/ - metrohumanx, 2008-08-11: 17:01:00

metrohumanx Kartoo shows you what any website is linked to. - metrohumanx, 2008-08-11: 17:02:00

wonderful sentence - Jabberwocky, 2008-08-11: 19:39:00

Somehow, I can relate to the heroine... - Nosila, 2008-08-11: 20:05:00

metrohumanx Do you like magic? I thought so: http://www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail198.html - metrohumanx, 2008-08-12: 19:33:00

Looks a bit strange; sounds nice and well blended. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-08-14: 05:15:00

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Legumelation

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: leh-goom-e-LAY-shun

Sentence: Whenever Heather passed the open bins of peas, beans and lentils she could not resist the temptation to burrow into them in anticipation of the wonderful legumelation it always provided her.

Etymology: Blend of the words 'legume' (n. the fruit or seed of plants of the legume family (as peas or beans) and 'elation' (n. pathological euphoria)

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Scurfle

Created by: Scattercat

Pronunciation: sker-ful

Sentence: The delibulous scurfle of the clatatat beans filled me with gleen.

Etymology: Sounds a bit happy and soothing (and owes a small amount to the 'scurf of yesterday' which so entranced Amelie, who helped to popularize this pasttime.)

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Circumpodstasy

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: circum/pod/stasy

Sentence: Wiggling her hand around deep in the barrel of split peas was a sensation that shifted her mind into the ultimate state of circumpodstacy.

Etymology: circum + pod + ecstasy

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Pulsoothe

Created by: scrabbelicious

Pronunciation: Pull/soo/the

Sentence: Mary-Anne had to be apeased or she would easily develop migraine, the only way to soothe her pulse was to allow her to delve deeply into the nearest hill of beans or pulsoothe.

Etymology: Dolly mixture of 1. Pulse and 2. Soothe. Pulse n. Vital sign of life or a class of edible vegetable or grain. Soothe v., to ease.

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COMMENTS:

metrohumanx Hill of beans- like it, like it! - metrohumanx, 2008-08-12: 13:15:00

love it; great blend - OZZIEBOB, 2008-08-13: 08:10:00

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Peaphoria

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: pēfôrēə

Sentence: Nothing is quite so exciting to Naomi as a trip to the wholesale market -- all those open bins of dried vegetables. She can plunge elbow-deep into peaphoria. Green or black-eyed, doesn\'t matter. Damn the health laws. This is fun.

Etymology: pea (a spherical green seed that is widely eaten as a vegetable) + euphoria (a feeling or state of intense excitement and happiness)

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Blissmati

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: blis mat ee

Sentence: When Judy entered the Exotic Spice Bazaar, the owner, Mr. Patel, kept a close eye on her. Twice before he had caught her with her hand in the vat of uncooked basmati rice. She always ended up with an expression of blissmati on her face when she did it. This time he warned her that she had to but a big bag of it and take it home to get her blissmati, or else the Health Department would shut him down.

Etymology: Bliss (euphoria;state of extreme happiness) & Basmati (fragrant long-grained rice from India & Pakistan)

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Legumexhilaration

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: leh - goom - egz - ill - uhr - ay - shun

Sentence: Marilu had a weird fascination with peas, beans, other legumes and rice and when she would get near the displays in the stores she couldnt resist indulging in legumexhiliration, running her hands thru the veggies, eyes closed, swaying to and fro, humming and clearly in some other realm.

Etymology: Blend of legume and exhilaration.

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Granuelation

Created by: cohenarie

Pronunciation: gran-yoo-'lay-shun

Sentence: Walking down the bulk foods aisle on an uncrowded early weekday morning, I could indulge myself with many opportunities for granuelation.

Etymology: granular + elation

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