Kuchisabishii. It’s a Japanese term which literally means “lonely mouth,” and is used to describe when you’re not hungry, but you eat anyway because your mouth is lonely. It rather poetically sums up boredom or stress induced eating, i.e., the munchies.
I find this interesting – beyond how cool the word is in and of itself – because most of us in the West tend to think of the Japanese as being very reserved and unemotional – true Stoics even – and yet, their language is filled with words that describe many emotions and emotive actions. That, going by the mainstream thoughts among linguists, indicates quite the opposite.