Week 2 – Big Women: Day 7 – Overview

Leniently phrased, this was an extended, corpulent week.  It took me a while to wrap up this week’s chapter but fortunately, we tackled some meaty neologisms.  Initially, we enjoyed a painterly reference to a rubensian ecdysiast, then, savored a tidbit about a hopelessly hopeful Sheila’s big sacrifice using a Yiddish delicacy.  We watched with anticipation as Mark cherry-picked a craigslist hunk and observed with trepidation as roly-poly Venus succumbed to her flab fetish. We saw rotund Chuck reciprocate with equal politeness to his tormenting classmates.  Lastly, we heard about Ellen’s positive response to a fantastical cosplay of two homosexual butterballs.

Week’s Summary List of Neologisms: 

Abstemious (adj)  1. characterized by abstinence
Amative (adj) 1. pertaining to love; amorous
Blimp (n)  1. (slang) an obese person
Bull (n)  1. a large, solidly built person
Burly (adj)  1. large in bodily size; stout; sturdy
Buxom (adj)  1. (of a woman) full-bosomed; bosomy; busty; voluptous
Cherubic (adj)  1. having a plump, pretty innocence
Cosplay (n) 1. the art or practice of wearing costumes to portray characters from fiction, especially from manga, animation, and science fiction
Desuetude (n)  1. the condition or state of not being in use or practice; disuse
Embonpoint (n)  1. plumpness, stoutness, especially when voluptuous
Feederism (n) 1. A paraphilia in which arousal is obtained from overfeeding
Funk (v)  1. to frighten
Gossamer (adj) 1. any thin, light fabric
Intergalactic (adj)  1. of, existing, or occurring in the space between galaxies
Jowly (adj)  1. having sagging folds of flesh beneath the chin or lowerjaw; having prominent jowls
Pear-shaped (adj)  1. having the shape of a pear; tapering near the top and bulging toward the base or bottom
Rag (v)  1. to torment with jokes; play crude practical jokes on
Renaissance (n)  1. (lowercase) a renewal of life, vigor, interest, etc.; rebirth; revival
Resipiscence (n)  1. recognition of a past mistake and the desire to improve in the future
Rubenesque (adj)  1. (of a woman) having the physique associated with Rubens’portraits of women; plump and attractive
Sext (n)  1. (slang) a sexual text message
Slink (v) 1. to move or go in a furtive, abject manner, as from fear, cowardice, or shame
Slinky (adj)  1. characterized by or proceeding with slinking  or stealthy movements
Sonsy (adj)  1. plump; buxom; comely; strong and healthy; robust
Swindle (v)  1. to cheat (a person, business, etc.) out of money or other assets
Tiffin (n)  1. lunch
Vajayjay (n) 1. (slang) jocular alteration of vagina
Ventripotent (adj)  1. Having a big belly; gluttonous
Voluptuous (adj)  1. sensuously pleasing or delightful
Wanderlust (n) 1. strong innate desire to rove or travel about
Zaftig (adj) 1. (of a woman) having a pleasantly plump figure

If you have any comments or suggestions, please feel free to send them my way.

Week 2 – Big Women: Day 6 – Sonsy (adj)

Beyond the Star Wars and Below the Equator

Ellen walked away with a ladyboner after watching a cosplay on an intergalactic, amative tale of two sonsy, lesbian aliens exchanging holographic sexts that revealed their buxom bodies to the acute observations of the audience.

Cosplay (n) – (kos-pley)

  1. the art or practice of wearing costumes to portray characters from fiction, especially from manga, animation, and science fiction
  2. a skit featuring these costumed characters

Intergalactic (adj) – (in-ter-guh-lak-tik)

  1. of, existing, or occurring in the space between galaxies

Amative (adj) – (am-uh-tiv)

  1. pertaining to love; amorous

Sonsy (adj) – (son-see)

  1. plump; buxom; comely; strong and healthy; robust
  2. cheerful; good-natured; agreeable
  3. lucky; fortunate; thriving

Sext (n) – (sekst)

  1. (slang) a sexual text message
  2. (slang) any electronic message with sexual content

Buxom (adj) – (buhk-suhm)

  1. (of a woman) full-bosomed; bosomy; busty; voluptous
  2. (of a woman) healthy, plump, cheerful, and lively

Week 2 – Big Women: Day 5 – Embonpoint (n)

Ragging on a Blimp out of his Lunch Money turns him into a Raging Bull

Chuck reached his boiling point and lashed out on his bullies for ridiculing him for his embonpoint and swindling his pockets clean during his tiffin hour.

Rag (v) – (rag)

  1. to torment with jokes; play crude practical jokes on
  2. to subject to a teasing, especially in an intense or prolonged way (often followed by on)
  3. to scold

Blimp (n) – (blimp)

  1. (slang) an obese person
  2. a person similar to the cartoon character Colonel Blimp; a pompous, reactionary British man

Bull (n) – (bool)

  1. a large, solidly built person
  2. a person who believes that market prices, especially of stocks, will increase

Embonpoint (n) – (ahn-bawn-pawn)

  1. plumpness, stoutness, especially when voluptuous

Swindle (v) – (swin-dl)

  1. to cheat (a person, business, etc.) out of money or other assets

Tiffin (n) – (tif-in)

  1. lunch

Week 2 – Big Women: Day 3 – Jowly (adj)

Out-doing the Adventures of Tin Tin

Thirsting for a wanderlust, Mark responded to a craigslist post of a jowly cross-dresser seeking to gallop a burly, cherubic man in a leather sling.

Wanderlust (n) – (won-der-luhst)

  1. strong innate desire to rove or travel about

Jowly (adj) – (jou-lee)

  1. having sagging folds of flesh beneath the chin or lowerjaw; having prominent jowls

Burly (adj) – (bur-lee)

  1. large in bodily size; stout; sturdy

Cherubic (adj) – (chuh-roo-bik)

  1. having a plump, pretty innocence
  2. of or having the nature of a cherub, or an angel represented as a rosy-cheeked child with wings

Week 2 – Big Women: Day 2 – Zaftig (adj)

Great Expectations of a Voluptuous, Non-Virgin Item-Girl

After coming to a resipiscence, zaftig Sheila adopted an abstemious lifestyle with the hope that if she allows her vajayjay to fall into desuetude, her hymen will restore itself.

Voluptuous (adj) – (vuh-lup-choo-uhs)

  1. sensuously pleasing or delightful
  2. provocative and sexually alluring, especially through shapeliness or fullness
  3. disposed, devoted, or addicted to sensual indulgence or luxurious pleasures

Resipiscence (n) – (res-see-pea-sense)

  1. recognition of a past mistake and the desire to improve in the future

Zaftig (adj) – (zahf-tik)

  1. (of a woman) having a pleasantly plump figure
  2. full-bodied; well-proportioned

Abstemious (adj) – (ab-stee-mee-uhs)

  1. characterized by abstinence
  2. sparing or moderate in eating and drinking; temperate in diet

Vajayjay (n) – (vah-jey-jey)

  1. (slang) jocular alteration of vagina

Desuetude (n) – (des-wi-tyood)

  1. the condition or state of not being in use or practice; disuse

 

Week 2 – Big Women: Day 1 – Rubenesque (adj)

We have all seen plump women. We have all heard the debates surrounding the fat acceptance movement.  Therefore, to be able engage and identify plus-size women with appropriate neologisms, this week’s theme is ‘Big Women’!

Glorifying the Painterly Word ‘Rubenesque’ in a Big Way: 

Pear-shaped Candy Fire slunk her way up to the strip pole in a slinky, gossamer gown that revealed her rubenesque figure for the cheering crowd.

Pear-shaped (adj) – (pair-sheypt)

  1. having the shape of a pear; tapering near the top and bulging toward the base or bottom
  2. (of a vocal tone) clear, resonant, and without harshness; full-bodied

Slink (v) – (slingk)

  1. to move or go in a furtive, abject manner, as from fear, cowardice, or shame
  2. to walk or move in a slow, sinuous, provocative way

Slinky (adj) – (Sling-kee)

  1. characterized by or proceeding with slinking  or stealthy movements
  2. made of soft, often clinging material that follows the figure closely and flows with body movement

Gossamer (adj) – (gos-uh-mer)

  1. any thin, light fabric
  2. something extremely light, flimsy, or delicate

Rubenesque (adj) – (roo-beh-nesk)

  1. (of a woman) having the physique associated with Rubens’portraits of women; plump and attractive