Sunday Morning Wordplay

I’ve had a self imposed rest weekend this week. I told myself that I wasn’t allowed to accept any invitations out, because I needed some time to just rest and sleep properly and recharge the batteries. By Friday morning I had such frightening green and purple circles under my eyes from simply racing around like a madwoman for the past few months, it gave me the determination to carry out a weekend of rest.

I was bored by 10am Saturday morning. It is now 11am Sunday morning and I have accepted an invitation to go out for dinner tonight because I’m feeling rested enough and think if I stay cooped up I will probably get very angry and ranty.
So while laying in bed this morning mulling over a bit of douchebag behaviour I suffered last night (which I will blog on Fat Heffalump later when the sting isn’t so sharp) I came up with a brilliant word. What’s the word you ask? Well…
Douchebuggery: when two or more douchebags get together and encourage each other in their douchebag behaviour.
Like it? You can use it if you like.
I posted it to Twitter and in response Agent X (who has a rather awesome web comic) responded with “how about “Douchebraggery” – where douchebags talk up their exploits.”
I like that one too!
And last night I used “Douchebaguette”. That’s a young female douchebag, usually seen in packs on public transport on a Friday or Saturday night, slightly pissed and highly abusive.
I am sure there are lots and lots of others, so I’d like you all to put your thinking caps on and post some suggestions to the comments below. Let’s create a whole collection of words to express our feelings and thoughts about the douchebags of the world!
Go to it!
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August 16, 2009. dictionary, douchebags, language, Sunday, weekend, words.

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