I've often heard people apply the suffix -ed after a verb to create phrase, "I'm $verb'ed out." They do this to mean that they've already done
$verb, and don't intend to do it in the immediate future because they've already done too much of it, or just the right amount.
So I'm sitting in my hotel room watching the boob tube and I'm wondering how would I apply this context to "eat" such that it doesn't get interpreted as dirty innuendo. It's a preventative measure, I know I'm not good at that.
"I'm eat'ed out" just sounds wrong. Above the obvious potential misinterpretation, it just doesn't sound right. I can't put my finger in it, why?