I like that there is a word for that and it's fun to say.
It's from the book FUNKtionary: a cheeky collection of contemporary words which a friend gave me recently. Some other favourites:
Accellervator: (n) a person who mistakenly believes that the elevator will respond faster if the button is pushed frequently and in a frenzied manner.
Ambipathy: (n) a state of inner conflict when you're both attracted to and repulsed by something.
BBQionist: (n) the person in charge of the barbecue.
Blurfle: (v) when you are caught talking very loudly at the moment the music at the bar stops.
Dumbsizing: (n) management decisions, such as banning chocolate biscuits at morning tea, which save minimal money but incur morale-damaging hostility among staff.
Eyerworks: (n) the little fireworks display you see when you close your eyes (especially when you squeeze them shut or press on your eyelids).
Happicle: the smallest unit of happiness, as icicle is to ice.
Mouse potato: (n) like a couch potato, only time is spent on the computer instead of the telly.
Obfuscake: (v) to talk indistinctly while eating (cake or other food).
Penciventilate: (v) the habit of blowing on your pencil after sharpening it to remove any stray scraps, to the (ahem) point that is more stylistic than functional.
Sheeple: (n) People who are very influenced by what other people think.
Timefable: (n) a short fictional work displayed in public showing an idealised program of arrivals and departures of public transport (aka timetable).
Verbivore: a person who studies or loves words.
I bought some truss grown tomatoes at the supermarket tonight, the ones that are still attached to the vine. I just love the smell of tomato vines. It reminds me of when I was a kid and my brother and the neighbours kids would have tomato fights with the fruit we found growing wild behind our houses.