Well, it's better than being disgusting, isn't it?
Thing To Be Today: gusting. All right, this isn't actually a word (unless it's to do with wind...no, not that kind of wind).
The word disgusting comes from the Old French desgouster, from gouster, to taste. The Latin dis- means apart, and gustāre means to taste.
Anyway, if gusting isn't a word then gusto, meaning with great enjoyment and energy, is a word. It comes from the same Latin source as the gust part of disgusting, but through Spanish, this time.