Saturday, April 26, 2014

Hybrid Neologism of the Week

Sacrifarce [\ˈsa-krə-ˈfärs\] 1. (n)

the empty act of giving up something that appears to be very important but that you don't actually really want, especially in order to get or do something else that you absolutely prefer or to offer the illusion that you are helping someone

Sacrifarce 2. (v)

to offer as a sacrifarce

Gary: “Alright, I tell you what—you can have the blonde this time and I'll take the other one.”

Theo: “Whoa whoa whoa. Don't act like you're doing me any favors. I know a sacrifarce when I see one!”


Your comments are why I get out of bed in the morning. Just kidding. But I do like them.