foodaholic


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foodaholic

Someone who frequently consumes food in excess. Modeled on "alcoholic." I used to be a real foodaholic, but now I'm able to control my portions much more easily.

foodaholic

n. a glutton. Kelly is a foodaholic and has a real eating problem.
References in periodicals archive ?
- workaholic [1947] 'a person addicted to working', tobaccoholic [1954], milka-holic [1955], sugarholic [1955], cake-aholic [1957], chocoholic [1961] 'a person who is addicted to or very fond of chocolate', foodaholic [1965] 'a compulsive eater', golfaholic [1971], carboholic [1973], computerholic [1977], shopaholic [1977] 'a compulsive shopper', newsaholic [1979], spendaholic [1982], cruise-oholic [1989], sexaholic [1994], and rage-aholic [2008] (OED).
workaholic, cake-aholic, chocoholic, foodaholic, etc.
His progress was charted in a very funny documentary, the title of which, despite his heroic efforts, just about sums up foodaholic Anthony's likelihood of success...
At the time she weighed in at 30 stone and was a self-confessed "foodaholic".
London, June 17 (ANI): Gordon Ramsay has revealed that though his friend Victoria Beckham has one of the most enviable figures, the would-be-mother is a big foodaholic.
She'll be doing a diet version of Wife Swap with Philippa, a self-confessed foodaholic who doesn't look like she's ever missed a meal.
Rosie O'Sullivan - a self-confessed "foodaholic" - lost more than half her body weight after having surgery to win her battle of the bulge.
"I was a foodaholic. I ate anything I could lay my hands on.
"We were foodaholics. We don't drink, we don't smoke, we don't do drugs but we love food," says Mary, who runs a social club with Mark.
Food entrepreneur and founder of Foodaholics, Kishi Arora, who has spent sleepless nights baking pink and majenta cakes on demand for women either by them or their boyfriends, says, " Yes, pink is feminine.
Along with the 'writers, painters, actors, producers, academics, the well-off, the foodaholics, gays and greenies' of Fitzroy, the 'impoverished' are mentioned simply in order to legitimate the contemporary Fitzroy cliche that it is 'an incredibly diverse local community'.
Lately we've been hearing about sexaholics, or sex addicts; and foodaholics. I don't know if talkaholic will catch on or not, but it fits into the genre.