noun. A metaphorical bucketload (and maybe even a metric buttload) of putrid, gross, ew-worthy stuff.
Real citation: "Now that's not to say I haven't heard equally bad singing in other performances. It's just that the gestalt of this one has in my experience never been approached in its overwhelming putridosity. "
(Mitchell Kaufmann, July 3, 2004, http://groups-beta.google.com/group/rec.music.opera/msg/60e1b026f1b94869)
Made-up citation: "It's never easy to ask a potential life partner if alcoholism, mental illness, and all-around putridosity run in their family."