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Scheller

adjective; other word formation type; verb
1) A type of anecdote or story in which there is a discrepancy between one's anticipated reaction to the conclusion and one's actual reaction to the conclusion. The one being addressed is left extremely underwhelmed. 2) The act of consecutively asking many various questions usually pertaining to extremely trivial or extraneous matters.
 
1) When someone finishes telling you a story about real life shenanigans, but you are left extremely underwhelmed and disappointed. For example, "One time, I went to this party, and this girl asked me to hang out, but then I said no," is a scheller story. 2) For example, when someone asks you "What'd you do in Math? What'd you do in Chemistry? What'd you do in English? What'd you do in History???" in rapid succession causing annoyance and irritation to the receiver of these questions.
Etymology : Taken from the last name of this person I know, Mr. Scheller.
Source : Conversations with my friends (The majority of 2010-2011).
Last modified: 4 December 2011


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