Mary (Egads) posted this link to this great post on Buzzed about foreign words we should steal immediately. Tell us four happy things that happened to you this week so we can get all mudita-y.
Zoilist: someone who takes joy in finding fault. Found at: other-wordly.tumblr.
Mudita: (n.) sympathetic, vicarious joy; happiness rather than resentment at someone else's well-being or good fortune; the opposite of schadefreude.
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Schadenfreude: (n) pleasure derived by someone from another person's misfortune.
IM NOT TOTALLY USELESS. I CAN BE USED AS A BAD EXAMPLE.
Schadenfreude is a German word that means taking joy in the misfortune of others.
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