Verboticism: Parappointment

'You'd think they'd learn...'

DEFINITION: v. To be angry and disappointed (and secretly embarrassed) when your children grow up to make the same foolish mistakes that you did. n. The emotion parents feel when they see their children make the same mistakes they did.

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Created by: ubgrud

Pronunciation: pair-ah-point-ment

Sentence: I can't believe she spent that money on her hair, Marcy said to her manicurist.

Etymology: parent+disappointment

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