A new word: procrastibaking!

Here in linguistics we have developed a fine tradition of baking amongst our research students. Our honours students meet regularly through the year, and there is an expectation that someone will bring baked goods. Now some of those students from previous years have moved on to PhD study, and they maintain the tradition in various ways. For example, last week several of those people were involved in an exam marking marathon, which was very generously supplied with cakes and cookies. And now, from all of this activity, our students have coined a new word: procrastibaking. Feel free to indulge in the activity and to use the word.
Here is a nice example of the fruits of procrastibaking:
Anna Margetts at a Linguistics Honours Group meeting with gingerbread moustache courtesy of Lee Murray
More on how to procrastinate to good effect.