Thursday word of the day : schadenfreude

schadenfreude [shahd-n-froi-duh] - noun

Satisfaction or pleasure felt at someone else's misfortune.

Origin: 1890–95; Schaden harm + Freude joy

In the small and catty world of advertising and design, Arnell's stumble has been cause for celebration. The schadenfreude on Madison Avenue hangs so thick you can practically taste it.
-- Newsweek-Mad Man, Brand genius Peter Arnell says one design flub won't tarnish his rep. Rivals aren't so sure

from dictionary.reference.com

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