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Food nazi

a person who is preoccupied with healthy eating, and who often polices others’ food choices as well Nazi in this case is used as an adjective; the political Nazis were infamously More…

food porn

Pictures of delicious food or television shows that showcase food. =In this situation, the word porn has the same original meaning except instead of enjoying looking at people, the viewer More…

foodage

The state of getting food or eating. Intended Meaning: the state of getting food Analysis: food -age I first interpreted this neologism as an adjective meaning “in the state of More…

foodbaby

the bulging midsection resulting from overeating which resembles a pregnancy This is a simple metaphor: it's like a baby, only made of food; hence, foodbaby. I think she just uses it for More…

foodbaby

a protruding stomach shape resulting from a large meal, similar to the shape of a woman beginning to "show" in early pregnancy =Leah: “It's probably just a food baby. Did More…

fooded

to be fed, especially in large groups and with cheap food ="are we gonna get fooded at this thing?" Etymology : Improper transformation of "food" into More…

Foodie

A person who enjoys eating food from a variety of countries A foodie is a person who not only enjoys eating, but also spends a great deal of time learning about the food. Foodies take More…

foodie

A person who is picky or discriminating in the foods he or she will eat. Used by a friend trying to explain her aversion to certain foods. =Used by a friend trying to explain her aversion More…

foodie (2)

A person who has a strong interest in food and considers eating at various restaurants or cooking new recipes a hobby. Eats for enjoyment rather than just hunger or convenience. Often keeps More…

fooding

eating or feeding In this case, "fooding" appears to have been used as a replacement for "feeding," which seems to be a case of blending. Instead of saying that he was feeding himself, the More…

Foodporn

(of "food" and "porn") Artistically arranged photos of tasty food, usually uploaded to social media to make the viewer hungry. Usually attractive because the pictured More…

foogaizy

A trick played on another person. The speaker said it was a word he and his older brother used to say it when they were younger so their friends wouldn’t know what they were talking More…

fool

not good, not fluent Fool normally describes a person who is intellectually challenged. However, in this case, my roommate’s parents’ friend obviously thought that it could also More…

Fool

(noun) Used to address someone when they are acting in a manner not pleasing to you. =The term is used with some hostility to prove a point. Addressing another as “fool” shows that you are More…

Foos

(Verb) To play Foosball. =I could Foos all day, seriously. Etymology : The word was formed the clipping the ‘ball’ off of Foosball then it was turned into a verb via Zero Derivation. More…

football minute

a period of time of indeterminate length, equal to or longer than one minute in real time During the fourth quarter of a football game, the minutes on the timer are not equal to minutes in More…

Footballer

having the characteristics of a football player. Apparent Meaning: having the characteristics of a football player, in this case used in positive manner (nice body, good spirit), but can be More…

Footballology

The study of football. This word was used in a joking manner by my cousin, who spends the majority of his time watching football. Thus, when I asked him if he had decided what he would be More…

for shits and giggles

(derivation) just for fun. To do something "for shits and giggles" is to do it just because you feel like it, or maybe you have nothing to lose. It is said that this phrase is a More…

Forces

term referring to the classic Nike Air Force One shoe. Casual shoes that were brought back in style in the 2000s and come in a variety of color combinations =Usually used by tennis shoe More…


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