States of being we need new English words for

This post was written by Friday guest blogger Emma Garman.

This week’s word on The Meaning of Tingo Blog: Scheissenbedauern, which is German for “the disappointment one feels when something turns out not nearly as badly as one had expected.”

I don’t really relate to this one. But that’s perhaps because I’m often fisselig (German for flustered to the point of incompetence).

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