disgustion (di-skust-shen) noun : a highly distasteful conversation.
"My teacher said she hoped I was feeling better. She asked me if I had the stomach kind of sick or the throat kind of sick. I told her it was my throat, even though I did throw up that one time. I didn't think throw-up was a pretty disgustion to have with a teacher."
Thank you, Elena, for my new favorite word.