galump - /guh-LUMP/ -- a chunk or blob of something left over, as in, at the end of a sundae, or at the bottom of a dish, to run, but to do so in a clumsy and stupid manner, or (n) gurgling sound or (v) make deep bubbling noise that liquid makes when poured from a bottle
Or, in our house, the clump of spaghetti that comes through stuck to itself. We consider it lucky. To consume it is paradise. Fights have broken out in attempt to get the galump. Blood has been shed.