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taylapathy

noun; blending and clipping
Ultimate carefree-ness due to excelling in school with little effort and having a job, a home, and a girlfriend. The word ‘taylapathy’ was derived from one of my friend’s name, Taylor. During high school, Taylor found classes to be very easy. He lived at home, worked at Bluebell, had a girlfriend, and was accepted into Rice University. He had nothing to worry about. His peers found this quality to be desirable and thus coined the ‘taylapathy’ as a way to describe their lucky friend. Although this word rhymes like “telepathy”, its meaning has nothing to do with the word “talyapathy”. However, the fact that it does rhyme makes the word very easy to pronounce and remember.
 
His taylapathy is incredible. He has everything he could ever want and as a result doesn’t have a care in the world.
Etymology : Clipping/blend of Tayl(or) + apathy
Source : Taylor
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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