Sadly, not a lot of Pleasurrection to be had of late

Posted by Lizzie on 06/01/12

1. The realization that someone you assumed dead is still alive. “Stu felt a flush of pleasurrection as he saw that a beloved author whose obit he thought he’d read had released a new novel.” See also: Moriginate (to begin the rumor that someone has died).

Latest THAT WAS A WORD I WAS SURE DIED IN 1980!

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  1. Theifdom: Smaller than a kleptocracy, larger than a single thief.

    Comment by lysdexic — 6/7/2012 @ 11:02 pm

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