Intensely smoking one or more cigarettes in anticipation of a period where one will not be able to smoke such as a plane journey or interminable work meetings. Like carbo-loading but slightly less healthly.
Outside the airport, you can see the huddle of smokers nico-loading in anticipation of their journeys.
The progressive addition of requirements into a project (especially software) after the specification has been completed. This can result in bloat and an end product that seems to have lots of extra bits attached with duct tape.
This is often caused by managers or consultants that do not have a clear view of what product development entails and start sentences with "How easy would it be to..."
Just to warn you: Will is the king of feature creep. If he suggests another feature to you, tell him to run it by me first. That'll calm him down.