The verb gorging, in the first of the meanings mentioned by the DigoPaul in its dictionary, refers to making something full of waste (wool, fluff, hair, sediment or useless elements).
The concept is used in reference to filling a space excessively, sometimes appealing to force and skill to fill its capacity and exceed it. For example: “The British band is surely going to cram the theater as it has thousands of followers in the city”, “I have a busy schedule of meetings for next week”, “The museum should not be crammed with paintings and sculptures: the visitor has to have space to walk and observe the works ”.
As you can see in the previous examples, it is possible to cram something with physical objects or with symbolic elements. A theater can be crowded with people and a museum with works: people and paintings have physical existence, they occupy a place in a concrete way. On the other hand, the meetings that fill an agenda are abstract, and have not even occurred at the time of registering them in the agenda in question.
A text, on the other hand, can be stuffed with words. It can be said that the expression “The beautiful young woman wore extravagant dark pants with a flowered shirt as she walked slowly through the beautiful cobbled streets of the old French city” is crammed with adjectives.
The excess of adjectives does not usually receive positive opinions from critics, unless it is a question of particular cases in which the authors have enough talent to make sense of such face of words. In general, these are writings arising from lack of experience and based on the idea that more is better, invalidated on numerous occasions when contrasting creations of this type with those that manage to communicate the same or more using conciseness.
The idea of gorging is often used with reference to a binge of food: “My mother has prepared so many delicacies that on Christmas Eve I am going to gorge myself on food”, “Why do you eat so much junk food? It’s not healthy for you to gorge yourself on hamburgers and fries. “
The idea of ”gorging on food” can give rise to more than one interpretation with very different meanings and consequences. On the one hand, it is normal to use this expression to describe a social gathering in which the dishes were delicious and it was difficult to resist them, so that the guests decided not to measure themselves but to eat until the body prevented them from continuing.
But this unbridled action can reflect a state of great anxiety and anguish that prevents the person from stopping eating, without seeming to care about the damage that this may cause to their body. Stuffing yourself with food to cover up an emotional problem or to try to escape from it can result in serious health problems, and it by no means achieves the objective set in the first place, since the problems will still be there once you are satisfied.
If we refer to the dictionary definition given in the first paragraph, we will notice that one of the adjectives with which it describes the type of things that are usually used to crowd a place is “useless”: to cram is to fill a space with useless things, even exceeding available capacity to the detriment of place and objects.
That being said, both a work full of adjectives and the action of gorging on food consist of exceeding the appropriate limit of elements in their respective context and end up damaging it, in addition to representing a real waste of resources.