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Schadenfreudelicious

adjective; blending
Creating joy from other’s misery.
 
Blend of “Schadenfreude” with “delicious.”
Etymology : “Schadenfreude” is a loanword from German, from “schaden” meaning harm, and “freude,” meaning joy. “Delicious” comes from Old French “delicios,” from Late Latin “deliciosus,” from Latin “delicia,” from “delicere,” which has the prefix “de-” added to “lacere.”
Source : Posted on Facebook in reference to negative effects of Obamacare on Democratic staff members, 11/21/2013. "I still want this monstrosity repealed, but THIS is Schadenfreudelicious."
Last modified: 24 November 2013


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