This is from Wired magazine. I found these words humorous, and they describe feelings I've had before but never described to anyone else. It's great when you realize that other folks have the same feelings.
Wort-Verwurstung (Word Sausage-Making)
"For true specificity, you have to go to German, where the grammar allows for seemingly endless compound constructions. That's what Ben Schott did when compiling his new book, Schottenfreude: German Words for the Human Condition."
Here are a couple of my favorites:
bostdruck (guest-pressure): The exhausting effort of being a good houseguest.
Speichelgleichmut (saliva-stoicism): Pretending you haven't been accidentally spat on in conversation.