Do you use your poetic license to use made up words in reviews?

jedent jedent
I tend to use words like "vibraty" as an adjective as well as "yicky sticky" and I'm sure there are other ridiculous words I've made up for the sake of reviews. I've also used phrases to bring humor into it like "dildo wielding maniac," but I was wondering if anyone else here makes up words in their reviews.
12/13/2011
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tA tA
It depends on what kind of words. 'squicky' might be one I'd use, but I think that there's probably a limit to how many I'd throw on in. It's nice to see creativity with reviews though, 'cause it makes them interesting.
12/19/2011
interestingstuff interestingstuff
Not really. But I think with the more reviews I write, I will start using my own words.
12/20/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
I have for a few things, but I don't do it all the time.
12/20/2011
Antipova Antipova
I'm a huge concatenator-of-words. I get my points across, I hope!
12/20/2011
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