noun. A metric buttload of slurpy activity.
Related terms: slurpage.
Real citation: “I have a deep respect for anyone who has spent the time to decode this phenomenon. I tried it several times and even when I found them in full slurpitude I ended up doing better waiting for the tide to start ebbing and swinging a fly in the wake of some structure where the fish were grabbing worms in the current. The flat calm slurpers had me pulling my hair out.”
(juro, May 10, 2004, Flyfishing Forum, http://www.flyfishingforum.com/flytalk4/showthread.php?t=15871)
Made-up citation: "I've never been accused of moral slurpitude, but I'd like to be."