When I first saw this word on the wrapper of my Snickers bar I thought it said naughty, then I realized I was wrong and thought it said nougaty, which didn’t sound much better. In fact, it sounded something Tweeky would say – nougaty, nougaty.

But upon further inspection I see that it actually says Nougatocity. What the heck does that mean? Glad you asked because according to the inside of the wrapper it means the following;

Nougatocity: a heightened yet fleeting state of accomplishment that makes you realize how unbelievably unmotivated you normally are.

11 thoughts on “Nougatocity

  1. At first I thought it was that robot from the movie “Spaceballs” But then I realized it was from “Buck Rogers and the 21st Century.” By the way, it sounded to me like he was saying “Booty Booty”

  2. I sure hope you dont intend to expose my grandson to this sort of stuff. On second thought, I’m sure you will.

  3. It makes me realize i should be working out instead of eating snickers bars. In other words, being unmotivated means you eat snickers. Maybe they should come up with a better word to put on their candy bars…

  4. so yeah snickers has some wierd words i think it mkes you want to eat more snickers cause i know i want too. yeah peace!!!!!!

  5. Yeah, I don’t think the robot in your video is tweeky. I think it’s one of my favorite episodes where they had a female counterpart to tweeky. Tweeky said “bidy bidy bidy bidy bee”, and the female said “booty booty booo”. Very funny.

  6. Well snickers definition doesn’t float, it would have to be an adjective, not a noun
    But none of this matters, snickers are bomb and it dont matter what thet say, as long as they are still snickers bars

  7. It really doesn’t make much sense “nougatocity”. Nougat is the awesome stuff inside candy bars. I would never relate nougat to being unmotivated!! Very weird indeed!! Snickers are awesome they don’t need all that weirdness to sell candy bars :-)

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